Friday, 29 Jul 2016
Microsoft has released Pix, its new iOS camera app that has capabilities to improve photo quality. Pix even takes a leave from Apple’s Live Photos feature; more details after the jump.
AMD has revealed more details on the Radeon RX 460 and RX 470, its lower-end Polaris cards intended to deliver decent performance in a range of AAA games and less demanding e-sports titles.
Thermaltake has unveiled its Toughpower SFX Gold series PSUs, a new line of SFX PSUs targeted at small form factor systems. Both 450 watt and 600 watt units are available, and the latter will even power systems with the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.
DBS Bank partners with Amazon for its cloud technology, and Amazon Web Services will be used to augment the bank’s existing operations in the near future.
A recent report from Taiwan has revealed the reasons as to why some notebook manufacturers are apprehensive about adopting USB Type-C.
@evleaks confirmed in his tweet that pre-orders for the next iPhone will start on 9th September.
Samsung released its Q2 2016 earnings report which revealed US$45 billion revenue and US$7.2 billion in operating profits. This makes Q2 2016 the best performing quarter in two years thanks to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
Thursday, 28 Jul 2016
There's a good chance you can get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in Singapore just two weeks after its official launch.
Apple announced an impressive milestone this morning, having recently sold its billionth iPhone. To put things in perspective, according to research from Gartner Dataquest, it took 27 years for the billionth PC to be sold!
Available from now through September 2016, M1’s Brazil Data Passport will be at S$10/month, allowing subscribers who attend 2016 Olympics to use their local data allotment as roaming data.