- Corporate News
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2015
Microsoft has announced that Xbox 360 compatibility is coming to its Xbox One console. It will be available later this year for the general public, or right now if you're in the Xbox Preview Program. We have a video of how Toy Soldiers look in motion on the Xbox One inside!
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
Apple is in the midst of upgrading and expanding its data center infrastructure to deliver content more quickly and efficiently. Following on the release of Apple Music, reliable content delivery has never been more important for Apple.
Friday, 5 Jun 2015
The latest generation of WD's My Passport Ultra and My Passport for Mac external HDDs are here!
A major design revamp will be rolling out to The Straits Times on 1 July, bringing a more consistent look and feel across both print and digital platforms.
Friday, 22 May 2015
Toshiba will leave Singapore by end of May this year. The Japanese multinational conglomerate cites stiff competition as the reason but there could be more behind its sudden departure.
Tuesday, 19 May 2015
From out of nowhere comes the Dlodlo VR Glasses, an Android VR headset that has surprisingly formidable specifications.
Friday, 15 May 2015
While there's been a lot of options in the market if you're looking for a high end gaming notebook, decent budget priced ones aren't as plentiful. Luckily, Gigabyte is stepping up to the plate, with the release of their newest P15F V3 notebook.
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
With everybody so focused on when VR headsets are coming out, nobody seems to be wondering how widespread VR support will be. Well, now we know of at least one major gaming company that's going to be supporting VR.
Friday, 8 May 2015
If you're looking for new notebooks with 4K displays, ASUS has just unveiled two options you might be interested in. Hop on in for more details about the new machines.
Monday, 4 May 2015
Sony has published its financial report for FY2014 and while overall the company isn't looking too bad, with an operating profit of ¥68.5 billion (~S$759 million), things don't look too good for Sony Mobile, who recorded an operating loss of ¥220 billion (~S$2.4 billion) last year.