Wednesday, 25 May 2016
This standalone wearable streams music, has GPS tracking, and it supports 3G and Wi-Fi networks, allowing you to go for runs without your phone. The device is open to customization for tinkering folks too.
The HT-RT3 is a 5.1 surround sound bar with dedicated subwoofer and rear speakers, and it’s easy to set up. All it needs is an HDMI cable and its own color-coded cables.
SteelSeries has updated its Rival series of gaming mice with the Rival 700, a right-handed mouse with unique features like haptic feedback, an OLED display, and a modular sensor and palm rest.
Aftershock PC has announced the Ultracore, a custom gaming PC targeted at enthusiasts. The Ultracore goes all out in terms of performance, featuring support for Intel Extreme Edition processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI, and a custom-designed liquid cooling loop.
The Stylus TG-Tracker is the latest member of Olympus’ Tough series ruggedized cameras, and is specially designed for outdoor life-logging.
The new smartwatches by Pebble comes with new 24/7 Heart Rate Monitoring to complement its activity tracking features, on top of their refined physical build.
Parallels Access lets you access your desktop machine, whether OS X or Windows, via a mobile device. The newest update to Parallels Access adds support for the 12.9” iPad Pro, as well as 3D Touch for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
MSI has announced the X99A XPower Gaming Titanium and Z170A MPower Gaming Titanium, two new Titanium edition boards tricked out with a new look and a ton of overclocking features.
Huawei is pursuing legal action against Samsung in both China and the US for allegedly violating its patents on a number of cellular technologies and software.
Apple Pay is now available to five major banks in Singapore. From today, customers of POSB, DBS Bank, OCBC Bank, United Overseas Bank and Standard Chartered Bank can make use of this mobile payment service; read on for more details.