Tuesday, 19 Aug 2014
HTC just unveiled its third generation Butterfly smartphone, the Butterfly 2. It comes with several design enhancements including IP57 rating for water and dust resistance. The Butterfly 2 is also the first phone to offer a 13-megapixel Duo Camera experience.
AMD has just announced its new mid to high-end Radeon-branded R7 SSDs, which was designed in collaboration with OCZ and Toshiba. What's more, you can expect it to hit local stores soon!
M1 has announced the introduction of a new plan for persons with disabilities. The ConnectSurf plan offers 500 minutes of calls, 10,000 SMS/MMS and a 6GB data bundle for just $25.68/month. M1 has also introduced new benefits for seniors and enhanced its youth benefits package.
Every year, there are rumors that Apple will add Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to the iPhone. Apparently, 2014 isn't any different, with a new leaked wiring schematic from Chinese repair firm, GeekBar, indicating the presence of an NXP PN65V NFC chip on Apple's upcoming iPhone 6.
Ready to get frustrated again? Dong Nguyen, the creator of the infamous Flappy Bird game, is back with a new game called Swing Copters.
Monday, 18 Aug 2014
Over the weekend, Best Buy listed the Moto 360 smart watch on its website for US$249 and also detailed its list of features.
Saturday, 16 Aug 2014
Synology has confirmed that older versions of DiskStation Manager are being targeted by a ransomware known as "SynoLocker," which exploits two vulnerabilities that were fixed late in 2013. Find out how you can detect if you are infected, measures for prevention and your recourse to minimize and overcome the malware if you are affected.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
Jabra has just announced the launch of the Jabra Step Wireless, a set of rain and dust resistant earbuds that offer noise isolation and the ability to take calls.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung has just announced that it has acquired startup SmartThings, with the deal believing to have cost them around US$200 million.
LG Electronics today unveiled the LTE variant of its G Pad 8.0 to expand its leadership in LTE from smartphones to tablets. The tablet will begin shipping in key European countries starting this week followed by markets in Central and South America, Asia and CIS in the weeks to follow.