- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 2 Jul 2015
Rumors of a new 4-inch Apple iPhone just won't fade away as analysts from Jefferies believe a metal-clad one is coming in the first quarter of 2016.
Good news, the latest version of Mac OS X 10.10.4 now supports TRIM for third-party SSDs, which could potentially help improve performance in the long run.
Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015
First seen at Baselworld 2013, Breitling has officially released its second generation Emergency watch here in Singapore.
Proving true to its title, Retro City Rampage will be going full retro, with a port for headed for MS-DOS.
Press images of the Motorola Moto G (2015) have leaked on the Internet, though there seems to be no major deviations from the design of the current Moto G (2014). Read on to find out more.
Available in the latest Windows Insiders preview build, you can test out this initial integration if your company is opted into First Release for Office 365.
For Insiders in the Fast ring, this latest Build 10158 is full of improvements to stability and quality. It also includes several new features, particularly for the Edge browser. (Update: Build 10159 is out with more than 300 fixes!)
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015
Huawei today unveiled the new Honor 7 smartphone which comes in three variants. All three variants sport a metallic design, and can be differentiated by connectivity options and storage options. Hit the link to find out more.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A8 smartphone is leaked in a short hands-on video where its specs are revealed. If true, you are looking at the thinnest smartphone yet from Samsung. Read on to find out more.
Google is devoting a lot of efforts and time to address lags on its Android and Chrome OS devices. It is using a robot built by Finnish company OptoFidelity to "measure end-to-end latency". Read on to find out more.