Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
AMD has officially launched its Radeon R9 285 graphics card. The company also announced a number of sweetener deals, in addition to this latest addition to its Radeon R9 series GPUs.
Better late than never right? It has taken months, but Dropbox has finally slashed prices of its plans to match its competitors.
Spotify Connect has just turned one, and the company has plans to increase the number of devices that support it worldwide, including new partnerships with Bose, Panasonic and Gramofon amongst them.
Pioneer's new BDP-170 3D Blu-ray player supports Miracast streaming, Super Audio CDs, and Wi-Fi Direct with Miracast support. More after the jump.
Apple has said that it is "actively investigating" iCloud to see if it is in some way responsible for the leak of hundreds of racy photos involving celebrities.
Monday, 1 Sep 2014
HTC today introduced a new member of the Desire family, the Desire 510. Not only is it the most affordable 4G smartphone from HTC, it is also the company's first phone to be powered by a 64-bit processor. (Updated with price and availability in Singapore.)
In partnership with Sony Mobile Singapore, GrabTaxi will preload its taxi booking app in new Sony Xperia mobile devices and eligible Sony Mobile users will enjoy discounts off taxi rides booked through GrabTaxi.
Flash memory giants SanDisk has just introduced the new Ultra II SSD, featuring new X3 NAND flash and nCache 2.0 technologies for better endurance and performance.
We just obtained information from reliable sources that the next iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are expected to be launched here in Singapore on 19 and 26 September respectively.
Re/code reports that Apple's upcoming wearable device will not arrive in the market for a few months. Retail availability is said to be in early 2015. In addition, Apple is said to be considering putting a price tag of US$400 on the wearable device.