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Tuesday, 14 Jun 2016
If you were watching the WWDC 2016 keynote by Apple, you'd realize that the barrage of iOS 10 updates is one of the biggest things to ever happen to the iPhone since the iPhone itself. Check out what you're getting here.
AMD has announced the Radeon RX 460 and RX 470, two new Polaris graphics cards that join the recently announced Radeon RX 480 in offering robust gaming performance in a compact, lower-powered package.
Apple unveiled some new features that will be coming to Apple TV at WWDC 2016 today, including a revamped iPhone remote app, which lets you navigate your Apple TV from your phone, a single sign-in option, and better integration between iOS and tvOS.
Apple has just announced WatchOS 3 at WWDC 2016. The improved OS features a new look UI, a number of new features and faster app performance thanks to a new feature called Instant Launch, which will have apps launching up to seven times faster than WatchOS 2.
Monday, 13 Jun 2016
These CPU cases by EVGA boast an optimized airflow path, removable fan filters, and easy removable door for easy rig assembly. Jump in to see what else it offers.
Sunday, 12 Jun 2016
M1’s Upsized Data add-on is no longer restricted only to new or re-contracting M1 customers. Any user with an existing contract or 12-month mySIM plan can boost their data bundles for an extra S$5.90 a month.
Solar Voyager, an autonomous solar-powered boat custom designed and built by Singapore-based engineers Isaac Penny and Christopher Sam Soon, is on its way to be the first of its kind to cross the Atlantic.
Saturday, 11 Jun 2016
It’s official! Canon launches the PowerShot G7X Mark II and PowerShot SX720 HS *updated with pricing*
Canon has just officially launched two new compacts, the PowerShot G7X Mark II and PowerShot SX720 HS, with much improved functions.
News of custom versions of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 is trickling out in full force, and the cards sport goodies like more powerful coolers, additional power connectors for more overclocking headroom, and factory overclocks. Here's a roundup of what's available so far.
Friday, 10 Jun 2016
According to a Bloomberg Businessweek report, Google co-founder Larry Page has been secretly funding two funds that are developing ‘flying cars’. The firms aren’t backed by Google nor its holding company, Alphabet as Page is allegedly using his own funds to support the two companies.