News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
South Korean electronics giant Samsung has just announced that it has acquired startup SmartThings, with the deal believing to have cost them around US$200 million.
Thursday, 14 Aug 2014
The Internet loves cats, and it seems British Airways does too. The UK airline will be launching a new in-flight channel featuring our feline and canine friends.
AnTuTu benchmark scores have revealed the specs of Google's upcoming Nexus phone which is believed to be manufactured by Motorola.
Wednesday, 13 Aug 2014
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced that it has finalized its redesign of the USB - and this time it can be plugged in both ways.
Striiv band, a wearable device that tracks your daily activities and sleep quality, is now available for purchase at S$99. It is said to last two weeks on a single charge and sports a scratch resistant OLED screen.
Are you a StarHub Mobile post-paid subscriber? If so, we encourage you to participate in the telco's #4Good movement now, and pledge your unused mobile data, minutes, and SMS to good causes.
Apotop says the Wi-Copy is a 'multi-use mobile helper'. What exactly does that mean? More details of this interesting device after the jump.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
TechRadar received several photos of an alleged retail box for the Apple iPhone 6. Is this the actual retail box of the iPhone 6 or just one of the many clone knock offs in China? Read on to decide for yourself.
Google has announced plans to build and operate FASTER, a high-speed internet Trans-Pacific cable system that will connect the US with Chikura and Shima in Japan. SingTel will also be involved in this project.
GSMArena claimed to have received exclusive photos of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 4. In addition, PhoneArena also obtained a photo of its retail package. Hit the link to find out more.