Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
Trend Micro Security 10 is available the same week where Windows 10 makes its debut.
With the Ouya officially dead, developers who relied on the company's funding for their games are left wondering what's next. Luckily, Razer has the answer.
Qualcomm has become the first company to enable wireless charging for mobile devices with metal bodies. It's Rezence-based WiPower technology will extend up to 22 watts of power to devices with metal exteriors.
One of the earliest Kickstarter gaming projects was an Android microconsole called the Ouya. Now that console is no more, though its legacy still remains.
Plextor has just introduced a new entry-level SSD targeted at mainstream users. The new M6V drive is driven by a Silicon Motion controller and uses Toshiba's newest 15nm Toggle NAND flash memory.
Tough smartphone manufacturer RugGear has announced that its latest ultra-rugged smartphone, the RG702, will be coming to Singapore. Made from impermeable polycarbonate, the RG702 is IP68 rated against dust and water, can withstand extreme temperatures of -20°C to 50°C and is drop proof up to 1.5 meters.
According to Streaming Media, Microsoft has reserved some insane capacity from content delivery networks for the launch of Windows 10.
Mushkin has introduced the Atlas Vital SSD, a new M.2 2280 SandForce drive for budget-conscious consumers.
Intel and Micron have announced 3D XPoint, which they claim to offer to over 1000 times more performance and endurance than traditional NAND.
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.