Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
Guess what? Microsoft is currently working on an Android launcher, and has even released it to a small group of Google+ users for beta testing.
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2015
As noted by WinBeta, Microsoft has already pushed the necessary installation files on some Windows 7 and 8.x systems that have reserved the upgrade. What's left now is the green light from Microsoft to kickoff the upgrade process.
Motorola just announced three new smartphones today which are the Moto X (2015), the Moto X Style and Moto X Play. Hit the link to find out more about the phones!
Google has announced a slate of new changes for Google+ in the coming months, including the ability to have separate Google and Google+ accounts. This essentially means that if you don't want to be on Google+, you don't have to be.
Android 5.1 Lollipop is now available to owners of the LG G Flex2, bringing with it user interface tweaks and security improvements.
The Linksys Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router is touted as the world's first router to offer MU-MIMO capability and it's coming soon!
After detailed images leaked out earlier today, it looked like there wasn't much left for Oneplus to unveil at the Oneplus 2 launch event today. But we've now got full pricing and availability, as well as detailed specs, color options and a better look at OnePlus' "breakthrough" alert slider feature.
Singtel just became the first telco in Southeast Asia to offer tri-band 4G on a commercial basis, which means its customers can look forward to better surfing speeds and indoor coverage in the months to come.
Panasonic reduces customization and servicing times for Toughbooks with new configuration center in Malaysia
In order to better serve the needs of customers in the Southeast Asia, Panasonic has opened a new configuration center in Malaysia for its rugged Toughbooks.
It seems like we get news about something being hacked or having a critical exploit every day. It was Steam yesterday. Today it's Android's turn, with the Stagefright vulnerability. The bad news? Nearly every Android device is vulnerable to it.