Thursday, 29 Sep 2016
The Federal Aviation Administration, which is the U.S air safety authority, has issued a warning to passengers about using the Galaxy Note7 on planes. Following the initial warnings, they now have an updated notice.
Thousands of consumers have already exchanged their Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, but some have had to exchange their phones twice, due to faulty displays and an overheating problem that rapidly drains power while being charged. We've more updates to this story.
Meet Xavier, NVIDIA’s next-gen SoC with its sights set on autonomous driving and AI market segments!
At the inaugural GTC Europe 2016, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took to stage and announced the next-gen SoC, Xavier. The new system on chip is in line to succeed Parker, the current SoC for autonomous vehicles.
The Google app for iOS received three minor tweaks for a better user experience, so don’t be alarmed if you see the following in your iPhone.
The latest rumors suggest that Apple's long and eagerly awaited new MacBooks (which may or may not have OLED touch bars) could be launched as soon as in late October.
BlackBerry announced that it would stop designing and making its own smartphones.
Wednesday, 28 Sep 2016
The organizers of the GameStart Asia go into their third year, and they’ve let us in on what’s to come in this year’s three-day convention at Suntec Convention Center.
Today, Sony announced the coming of two more Xperia X range smartphone in Singapore. It’s none other than the Sony Xperia XZ we saw at IFA 2016 in Berlin, and the smaller Xperia X Compact.
Available in two screen sizes, the Mi TV 3s is equipped with a 64-bit Amlogic SoC that packs a quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU and a Mali-T830 GPU. There's also a surround sound system option for the larger 65-inch model.
Xiaomi has just unveiled the Mi 5s and Mi 5s Plus, successors to this year's Mi 5. The devices include improved cameras, and a dual camera setup on the 5 Plus, as well as an interesting new ultrasonic fingerprint scanner built under the glass display panel at the bottom of the phones.