News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Apple updates the 5th generation 16GB iPod Touch with new colorful options and a 5 megapixel rear camera; prices for the 32GB and 64GB models have also dropped significantly.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
If things go according to plan, myRepublic may be the fourth local telecommunications company. The two-year old local broadband services provider intends to challenge the three incumbent telcos by bringing its disruptive energy to the fray. Read on to find out if it offers what the consumer wants.
If you own a Fitbit product and an iPhone, then you're in luck. Fitbit recently updated its iOS app with a few new features.
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Google, revealed to Business Week that he will be giving a preview of the next Android version at Google I/O 2014.
The LG G Watch is now available for pre-order on UK retailer MobileFun. As it maintains a presence in Singapore, consumers here can place their pre-order for the smart watch. The estimated delivery is on July 9.
Following up on its big acquisition of LSI Corporation last year, Avago has just announced that it is acquiring PCIe specialists PLX Technology for US$309 million in cash.
Tuesday, 24 Jun 2014
Microsoft has announced that it's more than doubling its free OneDrive cloud storage. For Office 365 subscribers, the bump is even greater.
Microsoft is Offering Up to US$650 Store Credit When You Trade In Your MacBook Air for a Surface Pro 3
Microsoft has high hopes for the Surface Pro 3 and is calling it the tablet that can replace your notebook. To that end, it is offering up to $650 store credit when users trade in their MacBook Air notebooks when purchasing a Surface Pro 3.
Monday, 23 Jun 2014
Google may be partnering with HTC to manufacture the next Nexus tablet. Known internally as the Nexus 9, the tablet is alleged to sport an 8.9-inch display and NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. Hit the link to find out more.
How does Lego stay relevant in a world that is becoming increasingly digitized? The answer apparently is Fusion, a game kit that lets players create virtual towns using real Lego bricks.