- Just Announced
Tuesday, 4 Nov 2014
If 5,200mAh and 10,400mAh wasn't enough juice for you, you're going to love Xiaomi's new 16,000mAh capacity Mi power bank, which will be releasing in China on 11th November for a special price of 99 yuan (S$20); regular price: 129 yuan (S$27).
Originally slated to be available sometime in the fourth quarter of the year, Samsung has just announced the US launch date of the one-sided curved display Galaxy Note Edge that's set to be in retail from 14 November.
Monday, 3 Nov 2014
Jabra’s new wireless earbuds are lightweight, weather-sealed, and feature in-ear heart rate monitoring to allow you to more precisely monitor your workouts.
Friday, 31 Oct 2014
Microsoft is officially entering the wearables market with the newly released Microsoft Band, a 10-sensor fitness tracker that is compatible with Windows Phone, as well as iOS and Android.
Lenovo has just refreshed its Yoga series, which includes the updated Yoga 3 Pro convertible notebook and Yoga Tablet 2. We also see a new addition to the series - the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. Find out more here.
Onkyo has launched its first ever Dolby Atmos-enabled network receivers in Singapore, with prices starting from S$1,099. More about this technology and the products after the jump.
Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
Samsung Techwin, a subsidiary of the Samsung Group has just announced the launch of their new SNH-E6440BN SmartCam HD Outdoor wireless IP camera, with a wide 128° viewing angle, and Full HD1080p viewing.
First announced in Japan, Dyson has just launched its new cordless vacuum cleaner in Singapore - the DC74 also known affectionately as "Fluffy".
Google has announced that it will be hosting its second Project Ara Developer Conference for the modular smartphone platform in January next year. Two events will be held, the first will be on 14th January 2015 at Google's global HQ at Mountain View in California, with the agenda repeated on 21st January in Singapore.
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
Along with the N3 smartphone, Oppo also unveiled the R5 today, which, at just 4.85mm is by far the world's thinnest smartphone.