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Thursday, 29 Jan 2015
Qualcomm confirmed during the release of its quarterly earnings report that its Snapdragon 810 processor will not be used in an upcoming flagship device. Is the chipset maker referring to the Samsung Galaxy S6?
Pioneer’s new HRM-7 monitor headphones have newly developed 40mm HD drivers to better support high-res audio, and memory foam cushions for easy wear over long sessions. More details within.
Canon has launched a new Maxify range of office printers designed for small and home offices that carry out high-volume color printing. These printers also come with advanced security, network, and cloud connectivity features.
Sony has announced the price and availability for its NW-ZX2 High-Resolution Walkman. Details after the jump.
Wednesday, 28 Jan 2015
ZTE launched the Blade S6 smartphone today, an affordably priced 5-inch 4G LTE smartphone with an aluminum build and 13MP Sony camera. It is also the first smartphone powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 615 octacore processor running on Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Xiaomi just updated the specs of its recently announced Redmi 2; the 4.7-inch smartphone now comes with double the RAM and internal storage space. Hit the link to find out more!
Tuesday, 27 Jan 2015
At the EmTech Singapore event today, we gleamed some wondrous insights from the world's top minds on topics ranging from 3D Printing to AI. Interesting and insightful as the other topics are, none of them perked our interest with what was talked about regarding drones. Curious to know why?
While consumers won't experience 5G until 2020, the industry is already working hard to define its specs. To prepare itself for 5G's eventual arrival and to support Singapore's vision of becoming a Smart Nation, Singtel earlier today signed a memorandum of understanding with Ericsson to explore the future of 5G networks and its applications for both consumers and enterprises.
Monday, 26 Jan 2015
ZTE has launched four new Android smartphones for 2015, the flagship-level Star 1 and Blade V5 Lux, as well as value-offerings, the Blade G Lux and Blade G.
With WhatsApp's newly added browser chatting making the news last week, WeChat's trying to take some of that thunder by reminding everybody that it too has web browser chat functionality.