- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
Facebook has revealed the financial details about its US$22 billion acquisition of WhatsApp, with a significant amount spent on "goodwill".
Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014
According to reports, pre-orders of Apple's newest iPhones in South Korea have surpassed all expectations, having exceeded 100,000 units since last Friday.
Fitbit announces its new upcoming activity trackers; the Charge, Charge HR and the Surge with prices ranging from S$169 to S$329. Check out how what's in store for each version.
According to Microsoft, storage limits just became a thing of the past with Office 365. Why? That's because the company is now offering Office 365 subscribers unlimited OneDrive storage for free.
Sunday, 26 Oct 2014
Star Trek technology has a habit of becoming reality. The latest? The Tractor Beam.
Friday, 24 Oct 2014
Facebook has just launched its new Rooms app that lets you create "rooms", which are not unlike message boards, where you can post and share content with users who share the same interests as you.
Thursday, 23 Oct 2014
With Xiaomi aiming to be a global player in mobile phones, International VP Hugo Barra has disclosed that the Chinese company will be moving its international user data to servers outside of China. Users in China will still have their data on local servers.
If you're an 80s kid, you'd know what Back to the Future is. Now what's the one thing that everybody wants from the series? Hint: It can hover, but it's not the DeLorean.
Remember in 2004 when Google revolutionized email with Gmail? Ten years later, it's trying to do it again with a new app called Inbox.
Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014
Samsung has begun mass-producing 20nm 8Gb DDR4 RAM chips. This will lead to 32GB RAM modules for enterprise level computing requirements.