- Just Announced
Friday, 5 Sep 2014
We just got word from our sources indicating that Apple may abandon the traditional numerical naming convention for its next iPhone(s).
Sony has just announced a range of audio products that “bring you closer to the spirit and soul of the artist’s original performance”, with a new digital music player, several High-Resolution headphones, some hybrid in-ear headphones and a quality headphone amplifier at IFA 2014.
Intel has revealed its high fashion smart bracelet targeted at trend-setting women. Designed by Opening Ceremony, powered by Intel, MICA is a fashion accessory with advanced communication capabilities. Read on to uncover details of the collaboration between the strange bedfellows.
Epson aims to maintain its projector market share leadership with brighter and enhanced interactive models
Following the launch of the world's first 3LCD, touch-enabled interactive projector, the EB-595Wi, in May this year, Epson will be progressively rolling out strategic new products and updated models over the next five years. Here are a few that are arriving this month.
Sony's just announced two new lens-style cameras and a new action cam that's smaller and lighter than before. Read to find out more about these products that debuted at IFA 2014.
At IFA 2014, Samsung unveiled the world’s first and largest bendable television for the European market. This 105-inch model is even bigger than the 85-inch one we saw at CES.
Thursday, 4 Sep 2014
Microsoft unveiled its latest Lumia devices update at IFA 2014 today. "Lumia Denim" will be rolling out to all WP 8.1 Lumia devices later this year and includes WP8.1 Update 1, as well as a number of Lumia specific goodies, including a much-improved camera app.
Sony's newest S90 4K TV comes in 65 and 75-inch screen sizes, and sports a combination of a curved LCD screen and powerful multi-angle live speaker system.
Wednesday, 3 Sep 2014
Samsung today introduced a new wearable device, the Gear VR which is optimized for the Galaxy Note 4 and can be used to explore virtual environments on the move. It is powered by Oculus technology, a Facebook company and leader in virtual reality technology.
Samsung today announced two new members of the Galaxy Note family, the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 4 and the 5.6-inch Galaxy Note Edge. While both devices sport Quad-HD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) Super AMOLED displays, the Galaxy Note Edge has a unique curved edge display that provides quick access to apps and notifications.