Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015
Razer has updated its Mamba wireless gaming mouse with a 5G 16,000dpi laser sensor and Adjustable Click Force Technology. It has also released a new Tournament Edition of the Mamba for professional gamers who prefer wired mice.
Microsoft might be a bit shy when saying what games might be coming to the HoloLens other than Minecraft, but that isn't stopping it from using the HoloLens to promote Halo 5.
It has taken a while, but there’s now a new Windows 10 Mobile preview build for Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. But there are a few important things to take note of if you want to install this build. More details within.
Korean telco KT is the first in the world to roll out "wireless 1Gbps" cellular service that delivers 15.6 times faster speeds than its 4G LTE counterpart. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are the first devices to support such speeds in Korea.
AMD has taken the wraps off its next-generation Fiji GPUs, the Radeon R9 Fury X, Fury and Nano. In addition, it also announced an ultra-compact cube PC featuring dual-Fiji GPUs for the ultimate ultra-high resolution gaming experience in the living room.
AMD has taken the wraps off five new cards in its Radeon R7 and R9 300 series line-up. The new cards comprise a versatile offering in terms of price and performance that should meet the demands of gamers with varying budgets and expectations.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2015
Apple's upcoming iOS 9 code reveals two clues that Apple is actually preparing to launch a larger iPad this year. One of the clues suggests the possible screen resolution while the other hints of a keyboard that can scale up to fit a larger iPad display. Read on to find out more!
Sony's new Alpha 7R II, RX100 IV and RX10 II cameras are no ordinary upgrade, with super high-resolution sensors, new sensor technology, 4K video and fast capture rates.
The app allows users to make hotel and restaurant bookings, as well as discover insightful guides, exciting events, and activities in Singapore. Content for overseas destinations are also in the works.
Facebook has released an app called Moments that sorts through your camera roll, tags your friends, and allows you to share photos privately with them. It relies on the same face recognition technology that powers Facebook's own tagging feature.