Tuesday, 6 Sep 2016
The folks at Creative showed us some of their new goodies that are coming to Comex 2016. Hop in to see what’s up and coming for them.
After 35 reported cases of Samsung's Galaxy Note7 battery exploding while charging, the Korean company has announced that Note7 users here will be able to borrow a replacement phone to tide them over in the interim period.
One day before its official launch, the purported specs of the LG V20 smartphone leaked on the Chinese social networking site Weibo.
OnePlus reportedly revealed to XDA that it is actively merging both HydrogenOS and OyxgenOS into a single unified platform to deliver faster software updates.
Bloomberg estimates that Samsung will spend as much s US$1 billion to replace 2.5 million units of the Galaxy Note7.
Monday, 5 Sep 2016
Razer's new Ornata keyboard claims to "combine the most desirable traits of membrane rubber dome design with the merits of mechanical keyboard technology." According to Razer, that means you get "the comfort of a membrane keyboard with the tactile feedback of mechanical switches."
Mainstream PC gamers may be in for some good news as the alleged specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card have been leaked online. With a pinch of salt taken, click here for more details.
It's taken awhile, but the LG Gram ultrabook is finally here. In conjunction with the Gram's launch, LG is also holding a special contest where you can stand to win LG monitors if you spot the Gram notebook at selected IT outlets.
Despite what automakers are telling us, a recent study showed that new cars are not as eco-friendly as their makers claim them to be.
One of Google's most high profile 'moon shot' projects is officially over; Google has confirmed that its Project Ara modular smartphone has been cancelled.