Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015
Facebook has rolled out video calling for its Messenger platform in select countries, with support in other regions to follow in the coming months.
MyRepublic has announced plans to offer 1,000 free SIM cards and unlimited 4G data coverage in a mobility trial in the Jurong Lake District this August. This is part of its efforts to be awarded a license as Singapore's fourth telco. Registration for the trial opens later this week.
Oppo Singapore just announced the Mirror 3, a new smartphone targeting the mass market. It will be available for purchase from mid-May onwards at a retail price of S$349. Hit the link to find out more!
In light of the recent earthquake in Nepal, Facebook has activated its Safety Check tool to allow users to quickly check to see if their friends are alright. It will also match donations made to the International Medical Corps. via its Donate feature.
Uiee has launched a 2-in-1 smartphone charger that doubles as both a portable power bank and a wall charger. The diminutive power bank cum charger is easily pocketed and should appeal to users who favor convenience and portability over sheer battery size.
Monday, 27 Apr 2015
Gearing up for LG's biggest and most aggressive smartphone launch to-date with the upcoming G4, the company has also embarked on an ambitious consumer experience program prior to the phone's retail availability and you can be part of it!
Casio's stable of premium selfie cameras just got bigger with the launch of the new Exilim EX-TR60, and the new camera brings with it an enhanced Make-up mode, Bluetooth Smart technology, and more.
Nokia just issued a statement on its website denying reports that it will be manufacturing consumer handsets out of a R&D facility in China.
Sennheiser unveils new Sports headphones – the MX686 Sports, CX 686 Sports, PMX 686 Sports and OCX 686 Sports
Specifically built with sports in mind, Sennheiser’s Sports line-up has always been built with the challenges of extreme movement in mind, and now the line-up is updated with four new models.
Google has officially discontinued the Nexus 7 (2013) on the Play Store. It is stated as "no longer available for purchase".