Wednesday, 4 Feb 2015
LG Music Flow makes it easy to stream music throughout your home. Once you set it up, you can start streaming from your smartphone the moment you walk through the door. It even supports streaming services like Spotify and Deezer.
Razer's updated their Blade notebook again, in an aim to keep up with other high-end notebooks. So what exactly did they tweak and add?
NVIDIA has announced the availability of the GRID vGPU technology on VMware Horizon 6. Find out how centralized GPU computing capabilities can be offered on virtualized and remote desktops.
Toshiba's new 3TB Canvio Basic portable external hard disk drive, which was announced at CES 2015, could possibly have broken the 1Tbpsi areal density barrier.
Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015
Samsung has sent out invitations to its Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event, which is on March 1st - ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015. The invite teases a curvy Galaxy device.
Origin PC might not be as well known locally as Alienware or Aftershock. The company plans to change that with the local release of the EON15-X and EON17-X gaming notebooks. What makes these machines so special and why should you care?
A teardown of the Xiaomi Mi Note shows that the device is surprisingly easy to disassemble, requiring just suction pads to pull off the back cover. The teardown also revealed Samsung RAM, an LG battery and the HTC M8 rear camera module (used on the front of the Mi Note).
One of the flagship phones we've been eagerly anticipating since last year, the Motorola Moto X (2014), is now available in Singapore. The smartphone will be available today for S$765 and will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop pre-installed.
According to reports, Google is currently working on a plan to use its driverless cars to come up with a competitor to Uber.
The latest report from the rumor mill suggests that HTC's upcoming One (M9) Hima flagship smartphone will sport two 20-megapixel rear cameras on its back!