- Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
Oppo unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the N3, today. Taking the swiveling camera feature from last year's N1 a step further, the 5.5-inch N3 boasts a 16MP, f2.2 swiveling camera that rotates automatically with a flick of the screen.
Facebook has revealed the financial details about its US$22 billion acquisition of WhatsApp, with a significant amount spent on "goodwill".
Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014
According to reports, pre-orders of Apple's newest iPhones in South Korea have surpassed all expectations, having exceeded 100,000 units since last Friday.
The new Motorola Moto G (2014) is now available in Singapore! The 5-inch, dual-sim Moto G is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and runs on stock Android 4.4 KitKat, making it one of the most affordable mid-range pure Android smartphones on the market. More details inside.
Monday, 27 Oct 2014
We just spotted the upcoming LG G3 Beat and Samsung Galaxy Core Prime smartphones as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active tablet in IDA's equipment list. We believe that these devices are probably hitting the store shelves very soon.
OPPO has just opened its flagship store in Suntec City, offering visitors a look at its phones and other products. Also in the pipeline, a range of other activities including workshops.
Looking for powerbanks to juice up your mobile devices? A couple from U.S. mobile accessories maker Tylt are now selling in Singapore.
Friday, 24 Oct 2014
StarHub and Nokia Networks have showcased Asia’s first live demonstration of Video Orchestration services based on Nokia's Liquid Applications at a recent WTA Finals match.
Facebook has just launched its new Rooms app that lets you create "rooms", which are not unlike message boards, where you can post and share content with users who share the same interests as you.
Thursday, 23 Oct 2014
With Xiaomi aiming to be a global player in mobile phones, International VP Hugo Barra has disclosed that the Chinese company will be moving its international user data to servers outside of China. Users in China will still have their data on local servers.