Thursday, 9 Jun 2016
ASRock has announced the Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 and the X99 Taichi, two new Intel X99 motherboards that will launch next month. The boards are intended to be relatively easy on your wallet, while still providing a decent selection of enthusiast features.
Downloads of apps have fallen drastically this year. In May alone, the top 15 apps saw downloads drop an average of a whopping 20%.
Apple is said to be introducing a major overhaul of the iTunes app at WWDC 2016 next week. Hit the link to find out more!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 or Note 6 is said to be equipped with an iris scanner.
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2016
EIU's latest report highlights major impediments faced by SEA governments when adopting new technology
The Economist Intelligence Unit has released a report that highlights the major impediments faced by governments in Southeast Asia, when adopting new technology.
The new mode is currently out on developer’s version of Opera’s browser, and its power-saving feature is able to run 50 percent longer than Google Chrome.
Bristol Ridge may have dropped at Computex 2016, but that's far from the last we're going to see of AMD this year. AMD's upcoming AM4 socket will support both Bristol Ridge APUs and Zen CPUs, and as luck would have it, an AM4 motherboard has just been spotted on the internet.
There’s a new online wellness portal launched in Singapore, and it literally wants to pay you to walk.
A vulnerability in Facebook Messenger allowed attackers to alter users' chat histories, which means malicious actors could then insert links to malware or tamper with details of transactions conducted over the chat messenger.
Nick Lee, developer and CTO of Tendigi, managed to build a full-fledged copy of Android Marshmallow and have it run on an iPhone, with the help of his own 3D-printed phone case.