Tuesday, 8 Jul 2014
Running out of storage on your Android device? You can either get a USB OTG flash drive or buy a larger capacity memory card (that is, if your device supports it). And Kingston has just released two such products.
LG Singapore just announced that it will be launching the G Watch on July 26. At time of publication, it is the first smartwatch running on Android Wear to be launched here. Hit the link to find out more.
Xiaomi Singapore announced on its Facebook Page that it took 42 seconds for 5,000 units of the Redmi Note to be sold out.
GrabTaxi just launched GrabCar in Singapore, one that differentiates itself with fixed rates even if you are stuck in a traffic jam during peak hours, or had to pass through multiple ERP gantries.
The Transportation Security Administration of the United States have passed new rules that disallows passengers from carrying aboard uncharged electronic devices.
One of the most unlikely Kickstarter campaigns has turned into a huge success story as thousands of people back Zack 'Danger' Brown in his goal to make potato salad. While his initial funding goal was set at a modest $10, Brown has now racked up US$29,384 in funding with 25 days left to go.
YouTuber Marques Brownlee obtained the front glass panel of the Apple iPhone 6 from the assembly line and put it through a durability test.
Apple’s iOS 8 beta is progressing along nicely, with the third release now available to download for those with an Apple Developer account. Read the full change log here.
Android Wear is still pretty new, but a rather prominent issue has already surfaced — a bug in Google's app encryption prevents paid apps from being installed on Android Wear devices.
Monday, 7 Jul 2014
Your next iPhone may be built by super efficient Foxconn robots. According to Ubergizmo, the 'foxbots' will be able to assemble an average of 30,000 devices each, and will cost in the range of US$20-25k.