Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Sony Mobile today announced a new member of the Xperia Z3 series, the Xperia Z3+. It is also known as the global variant of the Xperia Z4 which is exclusive to the Japanese market. Read on to find out more.
MSI has announced that its H81M-P33 motherboard is the first to be certified as fully compliant with Windows 10. More motherboards with official WHQL certification are to follow soon from MSI.
In collaboration with Marvel, Samsung today unveils the Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Edition which comes in a vibrant red and gold theme.
If you haven't already heard Jony Ive has been promoted in Apple to the newly created position of Chief Design Officer. Here is the memo CEO Tim Cook sent to the company on the appointment.
Local company Secretlab has launched the Secretlab Throne, a racing-inspired ergonomic gaming chair that is positioned as a cost-effective alternative to existing gaming chairs. By cutting out superfluous features and focusing on essentials that matter, Secretlab hopes to deliver both comfort and quality.
Biostar has announced that it will be showcasing motherboards based on Intel's upcoming 100-series chipset at Computex 2015. The new chipset will support Intel's sixth-generation Core processors and Broadwell's successor, codenamed Skylake.
The Lumix DMC-CM1 is finally here, and we were on hand at the launch to get you the latest details on this unique offering.
Monday, 25 May 2015
If you're an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus user, you need this gadget! The Halo Back is a screen protector for iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus with a built-in back button, conveniently positioned just left of the Touch ID home button, making it easier to use your phone one-handed.
If your router has problems providing coverage in your home, Amped Wireless' new RE1750A Wi-Fi range extender could be the solution. It claims to provides up to 12,000 sq ft of Wi-Fi coverage.
Android Police reports that Google will be announcing a new initiative where Nexus devices will get major system updates for two years and security patches for three years from the release date of the OS. Will this new initiative address fragmentation of the Android platform?