Tuesday, 10 Mar 2015
Apple's recent event wasn't all about the Apple Watch. They did introduce a new MacBook, as well as announce new updates to their older MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
Putting to rest the many rumors about its release date and specs, we can now confirm that Xiaomi's Redmi 2 will be launching in Singapore on 17th March (next Tuesday) at 12PM for $169 - the same price as the current Redmi 1S. The version launching in Singapore will be the standard 1GB version with 8GB internal storage.
Apple’s brought back the MacBook and now it comes with a 12” Retina display, the new Force Touch trackpad, a choice of gold, silver and space grey. Hit the jump for more.
After weeks of teasing, it's finally here: Google has officially unveiled Android 5.1 Lollipop. The new release addresses some issues with the 5.0 version of the OS, while adding a handful of new features that will help improve user experience. Full details inside.
Monday, 9 Mar 2015
Oppo may be upping the stakes in the smartwatch category with its upcoming smartwatch, which is rumored to take only five minutes for a full charge.
An LG official reportedly told The Korea Times at Mobile World Congress 2015 that the company is aiming to sell 10 million units of its upcoming G4 flagship smartphone this year. How does LG plan to achieve this goal? Read on to find out more.
Gigabyte has announced four Intel X99 motherboards, which make up its new Champion series. Read on to find out the stuff champions are made of!
GDC 2015 had a lot of important announcements made by different companies regarding VR. Valve showed off its HTC Vive for the first time, OSVR gained more support and lots more. Of course, Sony's Project Morpheus made some significant announcements too and we have the details inside.
SanDisk has just announced a new all-flash storage platform called InfiniFlash that is targeted at enterprise use and big data applications, and costs as little as US$1 per gigabyte.
Friday, 6 Mar 2015
After a long wait, ASUS has finally launched the Transformer Book Chi T300. Measuring just 16.5mm thick, it is dubbed as the world's thinnest 2-in-1 convertible device.