Monday, 6 Jul 2015
Mi Singapore has announced that a new enhanced version of the Redmi 2 smartphone with 2GB RAM will be launching next Tuesday (14th July) for $179. The original 1GB Redmi 2 has also been reduced to $149.
Mozilla has opened up beta testing of its Firefox with VR virtual reality browser to external developers. This is part of MozVR, Mozilla's initiative to spearhead development of an open VR platform for the Web.
Xiaomi's ultra affordable wearable, the Mi Band, accounted for nearly a quarter of all wearables sold in Q1 this year. Now it looks like the Chinese company is planning to launch a sequel with added heart-rate monitor functionality.
Aimbots ruin the fun of any game. Now imagine if they exist in real life. Oh wait, they do and they are called MAXFAS.
Canon has been celebrating the 10th anniversary of the EOS 5D line, and they've just posted two movies that will be of interest to fans.
SteelSeries has announced GameSense, a beta software bundled with SteelSeries Engine 3.4.0 and later that helps gamers improve in-game awareness with striking LED visual cues and indicators on their RGB-illuminated peripherals.
The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has sued Samsung and Oppo for loading their devices with too many pre-installed and non-removable apps.
Compact and efficient, the low-cost Pixma MG2570S and iP2870S are designed for small offices with moderate printing demands.
Sunday, 5 Jul 2015
LG is rumored to unveil the G Pro 3 by the end of the year and this phablet will sport similar features as the fabled G4 Pro. More details in our report.
Oppo unveiled a mid-range handset in Taiwan, the Mirror 5s. It sports a 5-inch 720p display and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core 1.2GHz processor. Read on to find out more!