Monday, 3 Aug 2015
Sony just can't stop releasing new phones. While the Sony Xperia C4 and and M4 Aqua may have only just come out, the company has announced two new smartphones: the Xperia C5 Ultra and M5.
More quizzical than surprising, Microsoft invests US$100 million in Uber during the taxi-hailing app's latest financing round.
A team from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has developed a microchip that can potentially boost the audio quality in a wide range of devices.
NVIDIA has posted a voluntary recall of all Shield Tablets sold between July 2014 and July 2015. The batteries apparently have a problem with overheating, posing as a potential fire hazard.
ASUS and EVGA have announced two new micro-ATX X99 motherboards which feature three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots each and boast an array of storage connectivity options.
Ever wanted to replicate that hologram Tupac Coachella show on your mobile phone? Now you can! Sorta.
Facebook staff got a chance to create levels for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game in a two-day hackathon collaboration with Nintendo.
When voice recognition software is mentioned, the names Cortana and Siri will undoubtedly pop up. Amazon wants to add one more name to that list; Alexa. To do that, it's making the software free for anybody to use and integrate into their devices.
Although the high-powered, affordable Chinese smartphone may be only here in late 2015, we managed to take a quick look at what the OnePlus 2 offers for its killer price tag.
In a surprisingly candid video, Disney Animation has posted what amounts to a how-to guide for their Hyperion production renderer, the 3D image rendering engine used on movies such as Big Hero 6 and Frozen.