Friday, 29 May 2015
Lenovo has announced the Lenovo Cast, a media streaming dongle that allows you to cast content from your Miracast- or DLNA-enabled device to any display with a HDMI port.
HTC confirmed that its One M9 flagship smartphone and its larger counterpart, the One M9+ will be updated to Android M. Other devices in its portfolio will be announced soon.
At Lenovo Tech World, Lenovo set out its vision for the future with innovative concept technologies and designs which included virtual smartwatch displays and smart shoes.
ASUS is set to announce a new member of the ZenFone family at Computex 2015, which is rumored to be the ZenFone Selfie with two 13-megapixel cameras, laser autofocus and dual-LED flash.
SanDisk has announced its Z400s SSDs, a low-cost series of drives targeted at PC OEMs and embedded systems designers. The new drives will be available in a variety of form factors and capacities.
Just days following rumors that iOS 9 will feature augmented reality elements, Apple has just gone ahead and acquired augmented reality firm Metaio.
Google announced its first OS designed specifically for the Internet of Things at Google I/O 2015 today. Brillo is based on a stripped down version of Android that can run on minimal system requirements, perfect for devices like smart light bulbs, doorknobs and thermostats.
Google launched a new standalone Photos app today at Google I/O 2015. It aims to improve how you store and organize your huge photo collection. Best of all, it comes with unlimited storage for all your high-res photos and videos. Yes, unlimited.
Google has unveiled Android M, the next version of Android OS, at Google I/O 2015. After the bold redesign that was Android Lollipop, M is focused on "polish and quality" with Google Senior VP Sundar Pichai saying, "we've literally solved thousands of bugs." Full details inside.
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Acronis has unveiled Acronis Access Connect, a cross-platform file access solution that aims to help businesses and enterprises integrate Macs seamlessly into Windows environments and enable workers to access files on-the-go from a variety of mobile devices.