Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
If you own a Fitbit product and an iPhone, then you're in luck. Fitbit recently updated its iOS app with a few new features.
Olympus has just announced a limited edition run of their OM-D E-M10 camera featuring leather body covers in three new colorways. Details and pricing after the jump.
Yamaha has informed us that its YAS-103 sound bar, successor to the YAS-101, will hit stores tomorrow.
Following Google's announcements at Google I/O, Razer has just announced that it will begin developing a new micro-console that will be powered by Android TV that will have an emphasis on gaming.
Following the success of the Chromecast and Google TV, Google is renewing its efforts in the living room by announcing Android TV. Running on Google's just-announced Android L, Android TV will stream content from various sources, just like Google TV and set top boxes, but with an added focus on gaming.
Google showed off the LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live, and Moto 360 smartwatches running its Android Wear software at Google I/O today. LG and Samsung's devices will be available for order on the Google Play Store later today, while Motorola's watch will launch later this year.
We still don't know if its Lollypop, Liquorice or Lemon Meringue, but we do know that Google's Android L Developer Preview will bring with it an all-encompassing visual reboot that will span the entire user experience. Meet "Material Design".
Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014
Xiaomi Singapore announced that it will begin selling 5,000 units of the Redmi Note on July 8, 12 noon.
Gigabyte has refreshed the Brix Mini-PC series with its new Brix Gaming PC kit. Powered by a 4th gen Intel Core Haswell processor, with a NVIDIA GTX 760 graphics chip, the system is touted as a compact D-I-Y kit to address the graphical compute needs of gamers and designers alike.
Acronis announces True Image for Mac, offering dual protection of full system images both locally and to the Acronis Cloud. There is also Parallels Desktop support for backup and recovery of Parallels virtual machines even in their active state.