Thursday, 9 Jul 2015
If using regular mice makes your hand ache or hurt, you might be better off looking into getting a vertical mouse to put less strain on your appendage. The HE mouse might be just what you need.
LG today unveiled the fourth member of the G4 series, the G4 Beat. It will be available in Europe, Latin America, France, Germany and Brazil later this month before rolling out to other markets such as Singapore.
Does 15.5 stops of dynamic range sound good to you? Rumors are that the upcoming A7000 will feature on-sensor HDR, much like what is found in the Xperia Z smartphone. More after the jump.
Sony's Folding@Home 2.0 Android app now lets you contribute your smartphone's processing power to scientific research at any time. It also adds new social and gamified elements, so you can collaborate with and compete against other users.
Not to make you worried, but actually, you should be worried. Adobe has released an emergency update for Flash player, and you should really go and update it now. Here's why.
Acronis has announced the Acronis Data Protection Platform, comprising of features like a new version of Acronis Cloud Backup, Acronis Files Cloud, and a global disaster recovery service.
Microsoft has announced that it will be laying off up to 7,800 workers and that it will also be taking a US$7.6 billion write-down on Nokia.
Nowhereelse.fr reports that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy A8 in China on 17 July and it reportedly has a price tag of US$494. In a separate leak, Chinese site PC Online published a review of the device which contains a list of its official specs. Read on to find out more.
Packed with features such as ReadyScan LED technology and advanced document capture software, the V39 scanner enables users to digitize, view, and manage documents with ease.
Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific has launched six new document scanners that deliver enhanced professionalism, productivity, and collaboration for businesses. These scanners range from portable to professional production models.