Wednesday, 5 Nov 2014
Sprout is a new desktop computer being developed by HP that looks like a regular all-in-one PC, but replaces the traditional keyboard and mouse with a touch-enabled mat and downward-facing 3D scanner.
HTC has just unveiled the Rapid Charger 2.0, a 15 watt USB charger that utilizes Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 technology to recharge your compatible device up to 40 percent faster.
Apple has the largest share of the handset pie with an analyst estimating that it enjoys a massive 86% share of the handset industry's operating profits in Q3.
It seems Microsoft is serious about cloud storage as it teams up with Dropbox to offer integration between the cloud storage service and its Office applications.
In a Google released research called 'the Consumer Barometer', Asia leads the world in smartphone usage with Singapore leading the pack with the highest smartphone penetration in the world.
Tuesday, 4 Nov 2014
If 5,200mAh and 10,400mAh wasn't enough juice for you, you're going to love Xiaomi's new 16,000mAh capacity Mi power bank, which will be releasing in China on 11th November for a special price of 99 yuan (S$20); regular price: 129 yuan (S$27).
Originally slated to be available sometime in the fourth quarter of the year, Samsung has just announced the US launch date of the one-sided curved display Galaxy Note Edge that's set to be in retail from 14 November.
Taylor Swift has never been a big fan of music streaming services, but the artist took things a step further by removing all of her older albums on Spotify.
The Google Calendar app has just received a facelift, with a bunch of new features thrown in as well. Hit the jump for more details.
Monday, 3 Nov 2014
Jabra’s new wireless earbuds are lightweight, weather-sealed, and feature in-ear heart rate monitoring to allow you to more precisely monitor your workouts.