Tuesday, 18 Mar 2014
Designed for everyday commute, each bag in the collection offers a variety of security features to safeguard it against rainy weather, tampering and theft, as well as enhance visibility in low-light environments.
Biostar has introduced a cryptocurrency motherboard, the BTC-24GH, with 64 ASICs on-board which offer 24GH/s performance that's equivalent to more than 30 ATI 7970 graphic cards.
First announced at the CES 2014, the LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 is now retailing in 1TB SSD capacity through the LaCie online store and resellers starting from US$1,299.99.
Microsoft is said to be holding a cloud and mobile-focused media event on March 27, with Office for iPad high on the agenda.
According to reports, Apple's long-rumored health and fitness app will soon become a reality and it will be able to track your and analyze a variety of activities and health parameters.
Monday, 17 Mar 2014
WeChat has released "WeChat for Mac" that's available in both English and Chinese for Mac OS X 10.7(Lion) and above. Also, the new Mon-mon sticker is now available for free on the WeChat Sticker Shop in Singapore.
Kingston has unveiled a series of brand new packaging for its system-specific memory modules designed for Acer, Apple, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Toshiba laptops that's only available in the APAC region.
StarHub is unveiling Singapore's first universal TriSIM card, bundling all three form factors in a compact package at no extra cost to consumers. The TriSIM card eliminates the need for individual MicroSIM and NanoSIM card adapters.
Microsoft Ceases Support for Windows XP on 8 April, Launches Two Free Tools to Help Consumers Migrate
Microsoft is discontinuing support for the Windows XP OS and Office 2003 on 8 April 2014. Also, there will no more customer technical service assistance for Windows XP and Office 2003, which means that you will no longer receive the updates that help safeguard your PC from harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software.
An ARM-powered Lego robot, which features a Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone, has set the new world record of 3.253 seconds for completing the Rubik’s cube. The previous world record of 5.27 seconds, was held by an earlier version of the current robot.