Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
M1 just released its preliminary findings of its investigation on the website security incident that occurred two days ago. The security flaw has been rectified and the telco is implementing more protective measures.
With iOS 8, iPhone users can now choose their keyboard from a list of third party alternatives instead of relying on the native Apple keyboard. And one of the most popular Android keyboards, SwiftKey, is now available on iOS.
D-Link has just announced its most affordable Wi-Fi smart plug yet. The new DSP-W110 lets users easily and remotely turn devices on and off using the mydlink Home app.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
As part of last week's new iPhone and Apple Watch announcements, the company also gave all its iTunes customers free copies of U2's new album, much to the annoyance of some of its users. Here's how you can remove them.
Friday, 12 Sep 2014
According to declassified documents, the U.S. government threatened Yahoo with a massive US$250,000 a day fine if it failed to comply with its request for user communications data.
Lexar has just announced the Professional Workflow UR1, a three-slot microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I USB 3.0 reader.
Thursday, 11 Sep 2014
Striiv Touch, an improved model of the Striiv band, comes with an OLED ion hardened glass touch screen for you to check the time, read incoming messages and track your activities.
M1 today announced a new 1Gbps fiber broadband plan. Available with a two-year contract at a monthly subscription of $49, M1 is also throwing in several freebies.
Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014
Intel announced today that it will finally ship the Intel Edison development board along with two kits and a whole host of third party Arduino blocks.
The most eagerly anticipated wearable ever has finally been revealed. Apple's Apple Watch fulfilled many leaked rumors, but in typical Apple fashion, it held a few surprises too.