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Wednesday, 1 Jun 2016
ASUS has announced the ROG Swift PG258Q, a 24.5-inch G-Sync monitor with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate.
Just a week ago, OCZ announced its new RD400 PCIe SSD, and we got the chance to get a closer look at it at Computex 2016.
At Computex 2016 , Intel announced their joint collaboration effort to bring about a connected transportation platform solution that will enable cars with telematics services such as usage-based insurance and interactive fleet management possibilities.
At Computex Taipei 2016 today, AMD announced its latest line-up of 7th generation APUs consisting of nine different processors ranging from the highest end AMD FX series to the AMD A- and E-series of processors.
Xiaomi and Microsoft announced a global partnership where Xiaomi will be shipping Microsoft Office and Skype on its phones and tablets.
ViewQwest has just launched a new 350Mbps fibre broadband plan that lets you boost speeds at night.
AMD took the wraps off its latest graphics card based on the new Polaris architecture. Marketed as the Radeon RX 480, the card will start at a price tag of just US$199. Is that enough to grab market share off its competitor?
The new Roccat Suora mechanical keyboard appeals to gamers who prefer an efficient design, without compromise on having sweet, adjustable backlit keys.
Singtel is expanding its DataMore add-on package, and will now let customers add between 1GB up to a massive 50GB of mobile data to their existing plan. Furthermore, the plan can now be shared by up to three users or devices.
Oppo has just released the A37, an entry-level smartphone that bears an uncanny resemblance to an iPhone 6. The phone is aimed at selfie lovers with an enhanced 5-megapixel front-facing camera with a 1/4-inch sensor and 1.4 μm pixel-size for bright and natural-looking selfies, even when taken at night.