- Reads from WWW
Sunday, 12 Apr 2015
For those keen to know how Windows 10 is shaping up for mobile, this build is the one to try as it offers a glimpse of many up-and-coming features, including several new universal apps and Project Spartan.
Having seen many third-party drop tests of its Galaxy S6 models, Samsung decided to conduct its own tests to prove that its latest smartphones are tougher than what you think. Hit the link to find out more.
Friday, 10 Apr 2015
Don't like using the desktop versions of Microsoft Office? Microsoft and Dropbox have worked together to integrate Office Online and Dropbox on the web.
At IDF Shenzhen 2015, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showcased the Intel Curie. See what this tiny, Quark-powered wearable is capable of.
It's been a long wait, but Jawbone has finally announced that it will begin shipping its new flagship Up3 activity tracker on 20 April. They also explained why the Up3 was delayed.
Thursday, 9 Apr 2015
The ASUS MG279Q now officially supports AMD FreeSync. Read on to uncover more details about this 27-inch, IPS gaming monitor.
HTC unveiled the One M9+, a larger and more feature-packed variant of the M9 flagship smartphone at a launch event in China. More details inside.
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015
To say that Microsoft has had a profound impact on computing and even modern civilization would not be an understatement. And as the company celebrates its 40th anniversary, its co-founder Bill Gates shared his aspirations with employees of the company.
Monday, 6 Apr 2015
A third-party warranty firm has just released its findings on how easily new phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bend. Watch the video and find out if Samsung's latest phone is any more durable than its rivals.
Ahead of the Apple Watch's launch on April 24th (not in Singapore, unfortunately), Apple has released a series of video guides showing how the Watch works.