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Tuesday, 4 Oct 2016
Microsoft also removed the Microsoft Band 2 from the online store, and the team behind the fitness trackers has been disbanded.
AMD has launched its seventh-generation Bristol Ridge PRO APUs in desktops from HP and Lenovo. Compared to the Bristol Ridge APUs that rolled out in September, the PRO APUs are targeted at commercial systems and come with additional features tailored for professional applications.
ZENS' new Apple iPhone / Watch Powerbank is a nifty portable charger that will let owners charge their Apple Watch and iPhones whenever they want and wherever they are.
Samsung has announced that sales of the Galaxy Note7 will resume in markets worldwide in the coming weeks.
It's no secret the Facebook's key apps are quite data and resource heavy in nature. Bent on dominating the messaging platform and to provide a viable alternative for consumers with old Android smartphone(s), or living in a remote area that lacks a stable internet connectivity, you can still keep in touch with your friends through Messenger Lite – a new lightweight version of Facebook Messenger.
Monday, 3 Oct 2016
SanDisk has unveiled a prototype 1TB SDXC card at Photokina 2016. Brace yourselves, because it's time to prepare for SD cards that are bigger than your laptop drive.
The Thermaltake Engine 27 1U is a low-profile CPU cooler with a 60mm aluminum alloy PWM fan. It aims to offer a balanced mix of cooling performance and low noise levels, all in a profile that is no more than 27mm tall.
Saturday, 1 Oct 2016
Yesterday, Samsung Singapore announced more details on how local users can exchange their existing Note7s for a new one. Today, Samsung told us this is what actually caused the batteries to burst into flames.
Today, Sony announced the coming of two more Xperia X range smartphone in Singapore. It’s none other than the Sony Xperia XZ we saw at IFA 2016 in Berlin, and the smaller Xperia X Compact.
Friday, 30 Sep 2016
Microsoft creates a new 5,000-strong AI division; forms 'Partnership on AI' with Google, Facebook, Amazon, and IBM
In an attempt to democratize artificial intelligence, Microsoft is doing a major company re-org. Furthermore, to address issues surrounding AI, it's forming a partnership with several Silicon Valley heavyweights.