Friday, 10 Jul 2015
Another day, another preview build for Windows 10. This time, it’s Build 10166, and it’s now available for testers in the Fast ring.
Google has released an Ethernet Adapter for the Chromecast that allows users to stream media over a more reliable wired connection.
According to reports, touch-optimized Office universal apps will also be generally available on July 29, the same day Microsoft releases Windows 10 for PCs and tablets.
M1 has just announced Data Passport, a new value-added service that will let its customers use their existing M1 data bundles in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and the United States.
AMD has released its Catalyst 15.7 WHQL driver, which will bring support for new features like Frame Rate Target Control and Virtual Super Resolution to older cards. CrossFire FreeSync has also finally been enabled with the latest drivers.
Four months after releasing the preview for public testing and seven updates later, Microsoft has today announced the official availability of Office 2016 for Mac in 139 countries and 16 languages. Office 365 subscribers can get it today.
OCZ has just officially announced the launch of its new Trion 100 series SSDs, which also happens to be the company's first ever drives to use TLC NAND.
IBM and its partners have announced the world’s first 7nm processors. More about this breakthrough after the jump.
Newly integrated with a 4G mobile post-paid line, the all-in-one HomeHub Go is an upgrade from StarHub’s existing four-services-in-one HomeHub package.
IDA proposes that it will set aside 60MHz out of the 225MHz of spectrum at a lower price to facilitate the entry of a new mobile operator. It also believes that the local market can only sustain up to four mobile operators at this point in time. Read on to find out more.