Thursday, 19 May 2016
After a long absence, Nokia is returning to the smartphone and tablet market again. But this time, it is going with Android.
Plantronics has just released the Voyager 5200 and Voyager 5200 UC headsets, two new communication devices that feature their latest WindSmart technology for extreme noise cancellation capabilities.
G.Skill has injected a splash of color into its Trident Z DDR4 memory line-up, alongside a handful of new kits with impressive CAS latencies.
ASUS has launched its first ever ROG Strix laptop, the 15.6-inch ROG Strix GL502 gaming notebook. It's adorned with eye-catching neon orange highlights around the touchpad and on the lid, making for quite a striking appearance.
Netflix has just announced Fast.com, a website that lets users quickly and accurately find out the speed of their Internet connection.
The next iteration of Mac OS X is expected to integrate Siri. Here's what Siri on the new OS X could look like.
Apple is granted a third patent for touch technology beneath the display which suggests that future iPhones may not sport the physical Touch ID button.
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Microsoft is selling its feature phone business to a Foxconn subsidiary for US$350 million. The deal applies only to its feature phone business, and the company will continue to develop Windows 10 Mobile.
According to the New York Times, Google plans to announce Google Home, a voice-activated home device that will function like a personal concierge, answering questions and obeying your commands.
Specifications of the more wallet-friendly, Pascal-based GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card has been released by NVIDIA. Read on for more details.