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Thursday, 17 Sep 2015
As we slowly inch forward to the Q1 2016 release Sony has set for its VR headset, the company has finally settled on the final name for its virtual reality headset that was formerly called Project Morpheus.
A new security exploit affecting Android Lollipop devices has been discovered. This time, it's apparently possible to access a password-locked phone by crashing the lock screen with a long-enough password.
Same price, more storage: Apple’s new iCloud plans start today. Here’s how much you can save, and why you should really get the S$1.28 plan at the least.
The Tokyo Game Show 2015 is in full swing and already a whole slew of announcements have come out from Japanese gaming giant, Sony. They include a price drop for the Playstation 4 as well as new bundles, new colors for peripherals and the PS Vita and PS4 models with 1TB HDDs. More details inside!
HP's CEO Meg Whitman has confirmed that the company will lay off an additional 30,000 staff, but she also said that this would be HP's last round of job cuts.
Apple’s watchOS 2 update for the Apple Watch was expected to launch today, together with iOS 9, but it has been delayed.
Analysts from investment banking enterprise Merrill Lynch claim that the different components in the 64GB iPhone 6s cost Apple an estimated US$234. Can you make a guess which component is the most expensive?
HTC's upcoming "hero" smartphone, the One A9 (codenamed Aero) is rumored to launch in November with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor and a 5-inch Full-HD AMOLED display. Read on to find out the other specs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed in an interview with BuzzFeed News that the company is looking at the possibility of allowing consumers to delete stock apps on their iPhones. Cook also explained why stock apps cannot be uninstalled at the moment. Read on to find out more!
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Azimuth Security researcher Mark Dowd discovered a bug in AirDrop, Apple's file sharing service in iOS and OS X, which allows a hacker to take control of your iPhone and Mac. Read on to find out more about the bug and how you can prevent it.