- Reads from WWW
Monday, 9 Jun 2014
Newegg announced plans to expand to six countries, including Singapore, by end of June. Will they pose strong competition for brick-and-mortar stores like Challenger and the retailers at Sim Lim Square?
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
The Korea IT Times reported that LG sold over 100,000 units of its G3 flagship smartphone in Korea just five days after its launch. To put that into context, the G3 is selling more than twice faster than its predecessor, the G2.
Wednesday, 4 Jun 2014
Samsung has begun mass production of its new 3D V-NAND flash memory, which has better write endurance and is more power-efficient than current-gen flash memory.
HTC unveiled a plastic variant of its flagship One (M8) smartphone in China. Known as the One (E8), the dual-SIM smartphone ditches the aluminum chassis for polycarbonate and replaces the UltraPixel camera with a 13-megapixel imager.
Monday, 2 Jun 2014
ASUS today unveiled the PadFone S, a global variant of the PadFone X which was originally exclusive to the U.S telco AT&T. It also updated two smartphones, the ZenFone 5 with 4G LTE connectivity and the ZenFone 4 with an upgraded Intel processor.
Samsung Galaxy Gear owners now have one less reason to upgrade to the Gear 2. A new software update is now available to switch the smart watch's OS from Android to Tizen, which brings several new features and improvements.
Chinese phone maker made two separate product announcements over the past three days. The two new products are the 5-inch N1 Mini and 4.7-inch Find 7 Mini. Read on to find out more about the new phones.
Friday, 30 May 2014
NVIDIA has launched the GT 740 graphics cards series that is targeted at budget desktops. There are two versions in this new series; the first variant features GDDR5 video memory, while the second offers DDR3. Read on to find out the different cards from NVIDIA’s add-in partners.
PSA: Spotify discovers a breech in their system, recommends all Android users to update to a new version.
Seagate has just announced that it has agreed to a deal to acquire LSI's flash businesses from Avago for US$450 million in cash.