Wednesday, 27 May 2015
OnePlus posted a tweet earlier today that it is "always looking for ways to shake up the tech industry" and teases consumers to stay tuned for 1st June.
Android Police released a report stating that Google will be releasing two Nexus phones - one made by LG and the other made by Huawei - in October. In addition, Google reportedly has no plans for a new Nexus tablet this year.
FSP has released its NB H series of power adapters which combine the functions of a USB 3.0 hub into a single power brick. Owners of ultra-slim devices can now enjoy additional USB 3.0 ports without having to carry around an extra hub.
Antec has teased its Signature-series S10 case, a new US$500 case that is set to retail in the US on 2 June.
Just days before E3 2015 kicks off, Oculus VR will be holding an event for the Oculus Rift. Could the Oculus Rift price point finally be revealed?
Oppo Singapore announced that it would be extending its phone warranty to 24 months with effect from 1st June 2015. The new warranty policy will apply to Oppo's new range of products purchased from 1st June 2015. More details inside.
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Microsoft has just announced some ways to make your Android phone or iPhone work better with Windows 10 on the PC, and one of them is a Cortana app.
Sony Mobile today announced a new member of the Xperia Z3 series, the Xperia Z3+. It is also known as the global variant of the Xperia Z4 which is exclusive to the Japanese market. Read on to find out more.
MSI has announced that its H81M-P33 motherboard is the first to be certified as fully compliant with Windows 10. More motherboards with official WHQL certification are to follow soon from MSI.
In collaboration with Marvel, Samsung today unveils the Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Edition which comes in a vibrant red and gold theme.