Monday, 17 Aug 2015
UK site uSwitch partnered with tipster @OnLeaks to reveal renders of the upcoming LG and Huawei Nexus phones. The renders are reportedly based on "detailed factory schematics provided to accessory makers".
Malaysian telco Maxis has launched a reservation system for consumers who want to purchase the OnePlus 2. Although there is no stated time frame as to when the invitation codes will be sent out, the telco indicates that they will be sent out on first come, first served basis.
Saturday, 15 Aug 2015
All major telcos are updated with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 price plans, and we've consolidated them here for your convenience.
Friday, 14 Aug 2015
Both the Quiet Comfort 20 and the Quiet Comfort 25 headphones have just been relaunched, with one version for iOS, and another for Android devices. More within.
What do “eggs” and “yolks” have to do with rechargeable batteries? Read on for more delectable details about this innovation for lithium-ion batteries!
When news broke of the Stagefright exploit for Android late last month, it got everybody riled up. A few days after the news broke, Google issued patches meant to fix the issues. Case closed, right? No more Stagefright? Not really.
It appears that Windows 10 can’t be completely stopped from going online and communicating with Microsoft’s servers. Details within.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Redmi Note 2 which comes in two variants: a standard model and a "Prime" model. With a base price of 899 yuan (~S$196), the Redmi Note 2 will be available for purchase in China from 16th August. Hit the link to find out more!
Thursday, 13 Aug 2015
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ are official, and here are the pricing and availability details
Samsung Electronics has announced today the global launch of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+, two smartphones with a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display. And we've all the local pricing and availability details.
After Superfish, Lenovo has just been caught - again - installing rootkits on new PCs. The software, called the Lenovo Service Engine (LSE), persists between clean installs of Windows, and can be exploited by hackers to install malware.