- Mobile Phones
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Dave Burke, the head of Android engineering and the Nexus program at Google shot down rumors that the Nexus brand will be dropped in favor of the upcoming Android Silver program.
Google's Project Tango, its engineering concept that will let devices see the environment around them the same way the human eye does, got a lot closer to consumer hands today when Google announced it will be partnering with LG to bring a Project Tango tablet to market as early as 2015.
Google showed off a (nearly) working prototype of its Project Ara modular smartphone concept at Google I/O today, and also shared more insights into the progression of the project, including why it is investing in a 3D printer that can print 50 times faster than traditional 3D printers.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
If things go according to plan, myRepublic may be the fourth local telecommunications company. The two-year old local broadband services provider intends to challenge the three incumbent telcos by bringing its disruptive energy to the fray. Read on to find out if it offers what the consumer wants.
If you own a Fitbit product and an iPhone, then you're in luck. Fitbit recently updated its iOS app with a few new features.
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Xiaomi Singapore announced that it will begin selling 5,000 units of the Redmi Note on July 8, 12 noon.
Microsoft updated the Nokia X family of smartphones with a new member, the X2 which comes with improved specs such as a larger display, a faster processor, more RAM. a better camera and a bigger battery.
Saturday, 21 Jun 2014
Oppo Singapore is partnering Lazada Singapore to offer a flash sale for its flagship smartphone with a Quad HD display, the Find 7 on June 24. Limited stocks are available for purchase from 3PM to 10PM.
Friday, 20 Jun 2014
We met up with Hugo Barra, Vice President for Xiaomi Global earlier this morning to have a sneak preview of its latest devices, the Redmi Note and the Mi Pad. Read on to find out more.
M1 just released the price plans for the LG G3 (32GB).