Wednesday, 13 May 2015
NVIDIA GRID will now support 1080p60 streaming for select titles in its game library. The new feature is available via a public beta of its Shield Hub app, which is slated for official release near the end of May.
Monday, 11 May 2015
Re/code reports that Apple is planning to offer several ways for people to listen to some music without paying, one of which include offering a free trial period of up to three months. Hit the link to find out more.
Sunday, 10 May 2015
Google will announce the next version of its mobile operating system, Android M, at its annual I/O developer conference later this month.
Thursday, 7 May 2015
American music publication Billboard reports that Apple's new music streaming service may not be ready for release at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Read on to find out why.
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
GOG's DRM-free Galaxy desktop client has now entered open beta. It will even support crossplay between games on GOG Galaxy and Steam.
Tuesday, 5 May 2015
Break Portal has launched a DNS routing service that allows users to access geo-blocked websites like Netflix, Hulu and HBO Now. At just S$4.99 a month, the new service presents a convenient, hassle-free alternative to existing VPN services, minus the speed penalties that a VPN usually entails.
With all the fuss over Windows 10 and its impending release, we forget that Microsoft is also releasing another important piece of software this year too!
Reports are rife that Apple is currently pressuring major music labels to stop licensing free music to services like Spotify and YouTube ahead of its rumored Beats music streaming service relaunch.
Monday, 4 May 2015
Epic Games has announced that its preview release of Unreal Engine 4.8 will feature official support for Valve's SteamVR virtual reality platform. SteamVR is already used on the HTC Vive and boasts capabilities such as Lighthouse, Valve's laser-based room-scale tracking solution.
Samsung officially launched the Tizen Store recently with 25 available apps for its Z1 handset users to download. It is also accessible worldwide in 182 countries and it could be the start of a new app ecosystem for a whole lot of other Samsung products.