Wednesday, 26 Nov 2014
Luxury watch brands such as Omega, Cartier, IWC, Panerai and more are going after websites and individuals who are offering imitation watch faces for smartwatches.
Tuesday, 25 Nov 2014
Samsung has filed a complaint against NVIDIA with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC). Read on to find what this tit for tat move by Samsung entails.
Fancy a 13MP front-facing camera for all your selfies? Details on the HTC Desire Eye's price and availability after the jump.
With the looming releases of version 1.0 of SteamOS and full fledged Steam Machines next year, ready made PCs that are meant solely for playing games may become the norm one day. But in the meantime, we get pseudo-consoles like the Alienware Alpha.
Monday, 24 Nov 2014
Available in four different capacities and various colors, these slim and lightweight power banks use lithium-polymer battery cells and have their true capacities certified by BSMI Taiwan.
Warning: an SMS circulating with the message "Is this your photo?" and an attached link is currently circulating. Opening the link will download a virus to your phone and send the same SMS to anyone in your contact list. Thanks to limeh_HWZ on our forums for the tip off
If you're into gaming, you'd have probably heard of Atari and its infamous E.T. cart. It was supposed to be so bad that it caused the whole industry to crash in 1983. Ever wondered if the urban legend that said unsold copies of the game were dumped in the desert was true? Wonder no more.
At China's World Internet Conference, Xiaomi's CEO has set a bold target of becoming the number one smartphone maker within the next 10 years.
Codenamed Carrizo, the new APU will directly succeed AMD's big Kaveri launch early this year and is aimed at performance mobile computing devices, including the currently trending convertible form factor models, and AIO desktops. Leading the change in Carrizo is its new Excavator core, so dig in for in for more details and expectations.
Sunday, 23 Nov 2014
Thus far, it has only been mostly western developers who are developing games that'll use Mantle technology. At AMD's Future of Compute event though, that changed. Two giants in the Japanese video games industry have signed on. Who are they? Read on to find out.