Monday, 4 May 2015
Samsung launched a new line of tablets, the Galaxy Tab A with S Pen in Singapore. They come in two screen sizes and have cellular data connectivity options. The base model starts from just S$398, so hit the link for more details.
If you're into sci-fi, cloaking is something you're familiar with. It basically means hiding something so that it's not only invisible to detection devices, but to the naked eye as well. It might sound far-fetched right now, but on May 13 it might go from science fiction to science fact.
Epic Games has announced that its preview release of Unreal Engine 4.8 will feature official support for Valve's SteamVR virtual reality platform. SteamVR is already used on the HTC Vive and boasts capabilities such as Lighthouse, Valve's laser-based room-scale tracking solution.
Autonomous is a New York City startup that has just launched their first smart desk, The Autonomous Desk. A piece of furniture that combines ergonomics and artificial intelligence to change the way you work.
Xigmatek has launched the Nebula C in five new colors that will brighten up any room. Targeted at mini-ITX system builders, the case will suit builders looking for a more cheery chassis design.
Samsung officially launched the Tizen Store recently with 25 available apps for its Z1 handset users to download. It is also accessible worldwide in 182 countries and it could be the start of a new app ecosystem for a whole lot of other Samsung products.
Razer has launched the Seirēn Pro digital and analog XLR microphone, targeted at professional streamers and YouTubers or amateurs who want to step up the quality of their content.
If you're having trouble staying awake at night, don't bother with coffee or other methods. Just play Night Terrors. We guarantee you that you'll stay awake for a week straight at least.
According to a thread on Reddit, several tattoo-sporting users are having issues with their new Apple Watches. Hit the link for more.
Sony has published its financial report for FY2014 and while overall the company isn't looking too bad, with an operating profit of ¥68.5 billion (~S$759 million), things don't look too good for Sony Mobile, who recorded an operating loss of ¥220 billion (~S$2.4 billion) last year.