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Wednesday, 16 Oct 2013
The Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, Xiaomi, maintains its local popularity as it sees its latest smartphone sell out online in under two minutes.
Monday, 14 Oct 2013
According to rumors, Sony will be unveiling two full-frame mirrorless cameras this week. Using the same E-mount found on Sony's NEX series of cameras, the A7 is expected to use a new 24MP full-frame sensor, while the AA-filter-less A7R will have a 36MP full-frame sensor.
The next generation Nexus smartphone is leaked in a hands-on video.
A Microsoft executive has admitted that the Surface RT name has caused confusion amongst consumers, which ultimately led to poor sales of its Surface RT tablets.
Friday, 11 Oct 2013
According to the Hong Kong Oriental Daily, Foxconn has inked a deal with the Xi'an Institute of Technology to expose 1000 students from the school to working on the assembly line of Sony's PlayStation 4.
Korean media sources are reporting that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is slated for an official announcement in January 2014 and will hit retail shelves in February.
Thursday, 10 Oct 2013
Google introduces the affordable HP Chromebook 11, the result of a partnership between the two companies. It costs US$279, and is already available in the US Google Play Store. Read on to find out more about it.
Disney Research has unveiled an electrostatic tactile feedback system that is able to simulate friction forces on a touch screen. It will then create the illusion of surface variations, making the user "feel" that he is touching a 3D object displayed on the screen.
Wednesday, 9 Oct 2013
Yahoo Mail recently received a major update that almost completely changes the way it looks and behaves. The update also brings all users a massive boost in storage capacity to 1TB, as well as Mail Plus features that were only available to Mail Plus users.
The special edition Leica M digital rangefinder camera designed by Apple's Senior VP of Design Jonathan Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson has been revealed. This is what it looks like.