- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 2 Mar 2016
According to the latest Jon Peddie Research report, GPU shipments have increased 2.4% from last quarter. Read on for more insights from its findings.
If you’re like me, you’ve been frustrated several times by the dark arts of your Wi-Fi router. If so, the new router from Wi-Fi upstart eero may be the solution you’ve been looking for.
The Sony HDR-AS50 Action Cam uses an advanced version of SteadyShot, and it comes with an enhanced camera body that was redesigned at the request of ardent video camera users.
Aston Martin, the long preferred choice of international super spy James Bond, has just unveiled its new DB11 super GT car. Expectedly, it's drop dead gorgeous.
Despite its expensive price tag, the HTC Vive appears to be a hit with consumers as over 15,000 units were pre-ordered within 10 minutes.
Mobile industry veteran Eldar Murtazin claims that the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is more popular than the Galaxy S7 based on pre-order stats.
Korean publication ETNews reports that Chinese phone makers such as Huawei and Xiaomi are buying dual-edge display panels from Samsung for use in their own smartphones.
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2016
IT Show 2016 happens on March 10 to 13 at Suntec Singapore, Levels 3, 4, and 6. Other than going from booth to booth looking for deals, what are some other activities you can take part in? We tell you.
A New York court has denied the US government's request for assistance in unlocking an iPhone in a drug smuggling case. While unrelated to Apple's tussle with the FBI in the San Bernardino shooter's case, the ruling could still serve as a boost for Apple's pro-privacy stance.
A Google self-driving car may just have been responsible for its first ever accident. Google's autonomous vehicles have been in accidents before, but this could be the first time it actually caused one.