Saturday, 5 Sep 2015
One thing is clear from Samsung's press conference at IFA 2015: it is ramping up its IoT efforts. First up, Samsung has announced the SmartThings Kit, a £199 (~S$429) kit with everything you need to transform your home into a connected smart home.
Samsung wants you to sleep better and be more informed about how you're sleeping. That's the idea behind the SleepSense tracker, Samsung's latest IoT device, which was announced today at IFA 2015.
Friday, 4 Sep 2015
WhatsApp now boasts over 900 million monthly active users, which is an increase of 100 million monthly active users in April.
Razer has resurrected the Diamondback and introduced an updated Orochi Bluetooth mouse, adding Chroma lighting to both. It also announced a new Kraken Mobile headset for use with mobile devices.
Lenovo has released a slew of hardware from its IdeaPad, business-centric ThinkPad Yoga and ThinkCentre series. Lenovo attempts to meet the needs of the mobile end user with the IdeaPad and ThinkPad machines; with the ThinkCentre, workspace decluttering takes centerstage. Read on to uncover the details!
PowerColor has just announced the Devil 13 Dual Core R9 390 16GB GDDR5 graphics card. Besides packing a pair of Grenada XT (rebranded Hawaii) AMD R9 390 GPUs, read on to uncover more details about this monstrous card!
The Intel Compute Stick is slated for a refresh with sixth-generation Intel Core M processors, providing a performance boost while also keeping power consumption in check.
You can now stream great shows from Amazon Instant Video at no extra cost via the LG’s app found on their WebOS operating system.
Lenovo has announced two Windows 10 computing devices targeted at the home user. The IdeaPad Miix 700 and the IdeaCentre AIO 700 may make strange bedfellows but each of them has their own unique specifications to suit the home user's varied compute requirements.
South Korean media outlets are reporting that LG will be launching the G4 Pro on 10th October. Photos of the device have apparently been leaked by Chinese agency TENAA. Read on to find out more!