Thursday, 14 Apr 2016
StarHub's new smart home initiative, HubLife, promises to deliver a user-centric smart home experience
StarHub has announced HubLife, its new smart home initiative that promises a user-centric smart living service. For a start, HubLife will be on trial; read on to uncover more details!
Amazon has unveiled the Kindle Oasis, its new flagship Kindle that comes with a smaller, sleeker design and a six-inch screen that promises more even and consistent illumination.
Gigabyte has announced that its X99P-SLI motherboard is the world's first Intel X99 board to officially support Thunderbolt 3.
The Aegis Gaming Microphone is an aggressive-looking standalone gaming microphone, featuring ambient noise suppression and fluid controls.
Microsoft's new Signature Type Cover keyboard is intended to be a luxurious take on what a detachable keyboard can be.
TensorFlow, Google's open-source deep learning software, is about to get a lot more powerful. Version 0.8 allows users to run it over multiple machines simultaneously, instead of just a single one, which means smarter neural networks in a lot less time.
Plextor has just announced its new M7V SSD, which also happens to be the first SSDs from the company to make use of TLC NAND.
French site DxOMark rates the recently announced HTC 10 as the best camera phone alongside the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016
Bots are coming to Facebook Messenger, and if all goes as planned, you could soon place an order online by talking to a bot. Unfortunately, we can't guarantee that none of these will become Nazis (Tay, we're looking at you).
The Mevo by Livestream is the first live camera supported by Facebook for Facebook Live videos.