News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 16 Dec 2013
On the fourth day of Christmas... we suggest a gaming keyboard that could make you a better gamer. Roccat's Ryos MK Pro mechanical keyboard is available in four types of Cherry MX switch and offers unique customizable per-key illumination backlighting.
According to reports, Google is said to be considering designing its own server processors using technology from ARM Holdings.
Sunday, 15 Dec 2013
On the third day of Christmas... may we suggest an ultra-slim and ultra-portable gaming notebook? The MSI GS70 Stealth provides gaming thrills without breaking both your back and wallet.
Saturday, 14 Dec 2013
On the second day of Christmas... we suggest a gift that keeps on giving. The ASUS Nexus 7 might have the latest tablet hardware in the market now, but it's guaranteed to have the latest operating system for years to come. Click on it to find out more about this product, and see how you can win these gifts this holiday season with HardwareZone.
Friday, 13 Dec 2013
Gmail will now automatically display images that are embedded in emails, thanks to it serving all images through its own secure proxy servers.
On the first day of Christmas ... we suggest a Christmas present that is convertible and versatile. The transforming Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro is a great Ultrabook and perfect for a variety of different usage scenarios. Click on through to find out more about the product and also discover how you can win these gifts this holiday season with HardwareZone!
Using an Android device? Fire up the Google Play store, for there may be a few Google apps updates waiting for you. Say, how about a fun way to add snow to your photos?
Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
In a bid to make their mobile platform competitive with Google's Android operating system, Microsoft is considering making Windows Phone and Windows RT available free of charge to device makers.
According to a recent report, Japan has overtaken the U.S. to become the world's number one country in app store revenue, thanks to rapid adoption of smartphones and tablets.
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
An engineer from Backblaze, the online backup service provider, looks through data at his company to answer the question that has been bugging many high-end users and enthusiasts: are enterprise drivers worth the extra money?