Monday, 31 Aug 2015
The BackBeat Sense headphones combine lightweight materials, smart sensors and great battery life for all-day wireless audio.
More news on the console gaming and wearable front at PAX Prime from Razer. Hit the link for details on the Razer Wildcat Xbox One controller and updated Nabu smartband.
M1 postpaid customers can now use their local data bundle in even more countries with Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan added to M1's Data Passport value-added service.
Local app Grabz offers customers a range of exclusive deals and VIP concierge services at lifestyle destinations and restaurants in Singapore. The fast-growing app already boasts over 40,000 users and has set its sights to expand overseas as well.
If you wish your shiny iPhone 6S came in actual plated gold, there’s Goldgenie to fix that. You could wish for diamonds too.
MSI has announced the MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning card for overclockers, complete with features like dual BIOS, a heftier triple-fan cooler, and an enhanced power phase design.
TP-Link will be launching its new Touch P5 AC1900 and Archer C3200 AC3200 routers at the upcoming Comex 2015 show.
ASUS has just launched a new in-car video recorder called the RECO Classic Car Cam that shoots at Full-HD (1080p) and features built-in lane departure warning and front collision warning systems.
The return of the Alienware 18's not the only news that's come out from Dell at PAX Prime. The company also's revealed that it plans to refresh some of its gaming products with the latest technology, as well as release two brand new monitors soon.
XperiaBlog obtained some alleged press images of the Sony Xperia Z5 and one of the images has confirmed that the phone will sport a 23-megapixel rear camera module.