- Corporate News
Tuesday, 29 Sep 2015
Acronis has announced a partnership with ID Quantique that will see both companies work together to better secure data stored in the cloud with quantum-safe crypto solutions.
Monday, 28 Sep 2015
It seems like Sony's releasing a new limited edition PS4 with every major game release. Batman: Arkham Knight had one, Destiny had one, Metal Gear Solid V had one and now, Call of Duty: Black Ops III will have one.
Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015
Kickstarter is placing social good over profits. The company has announced that it is now Kickstarter PBC, a public benefit corporation that is legally obliged to consider the impact of its decisions on society and benefit the public.
Friday, 18 Sep 2015
With the new SIM Only plan, Singtel is now offering a SIM-only data-centric plan that is fully customizable and contract free. With locally accessible Netflix service coming soon, this might just be the plan you've been waiting for!
Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015
Dell and HP will soon begin selling Microsoft Surface tablets to corporate clients, complementing the devices with support and other services.
Friday, 4 Sep 2015
Lenovo has released a slew of hardware from its IdeaPad, business-centric ThinkPad Yoga and ThinkCentre series. Lenovo attempts to meet the needs of the mobile end user with the IdeaPad and ThinkPad machines; with the ThinkCentre, workspace decluttering takes centerstage. Read on to uncover the details!
Saturday, 29 Aug 2015
Deep learning and other related issues took the center stage at the Asia South leg of GTC 2015, where NVIDIA also announced plans to set up a Deep Learning Technology Center at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
Saturday, 22 Aug 2015
At the Intel Developers Forum 2015 in San Francisco, Intel and Razer have announced that the two companies are collaborating on a new Razer-branded RealSense 3D camera.
Thursday, 20 Aug 2015
To coincide with the upcoming launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Sony's releasing new custom Metal Gear Solid branded phones and Walkman.
Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015
If you've been a PC gamer for a while now and buy games on disc only, you might not be able to play them on Windows 10 if they use SafeDisc or SecuROM DRM.