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.
Thermaltake has launched the Riing LED RGB radiator fans, its first digital radiator fans that can be controlled with software. You can choose between static or RGB color cycles, control the fan speeds, and even set up custom fan profiles.
After a long wait, the HTC 10 is finally coming to Singapore. Lazada will be the exclusive retailer for the phone from 29th July to 14th August, which sports a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 12MP rear and 5MP front cameras, with OIS on both cameras. More offer details inside!
Missed out on a Kickstarter project or don't want to run the risk of funding a project that might not ever see the light of day? Good news, Amazon has just launched a new hub that only features completed, successful Kickstarter projects.
Developed by homegrown technology firm Philip Tang & Sons, Habitap claims to be the first to integrate the management of smart home devices, management of condominium facility bookings and lifestyle offerings into a single platform. All these are accessible within the Habitap app that’s specially customized for the Corals at Keppel Bay development.
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016
Like clockwork, NVIDIA has launched its most powerful, enterprise-level graphics card, the Pascal-based Quadro P6000. Find out more what the new card has to offer, along with the company’s new announcements about its expansive software initiatives.
Xiaomi has announced the Mi Notebook Air, a light and powerful machine that comes crammed with all the latest hardware.
Xiaomi's latest Redmi smartphone is anything but entry-level. Armed with a brushed metal unibody build, a 5.5-inch Full HD OLED display, a fingerprint scanner, a dual rear camera setup, and expandable storage, the Redmi Pro could be Xiaomi's best phone yet.