Tuesday, 4 Aug 2015
Normal people have tons of smartwatch options at their disposal, ranging from Sony's Smartwatch series to the Apple Watch. But what about blind people? Don't they deserve a smartwatch too? Of course they do! That's why the Dot exists!
Twitter is trying out a new "Featured News" tab in its iOS and Android apps, the latest in its efforts to keep users engaged.
According to a report from industry analysts, Canalys, Xiaomi has regained its top spot as China's smartphone market share leader, snagging 15.9 percent of shipments in Q2 this year, supplanting Apple, who briefly held the position in Q1 this year.
Canon’s new Accidental Damage Protection adds more comprehensive care for a range of Canon consumer products.
Noctua is allowing owners of older Noctua coolers to request a free NM-i115X mounting kit on its website to enable compatibility with upcoming Intel Skylake processors and Z170 motherboards.
Gigabyte has released a new version of the GeForce GTX 970, the GeForce GTX 970 Twin Turbo 4GB. The card utilizes a modified blower-style cooler that draws air in from both sides and is suited for use in SLI configurations because it vents heat out the back of the card.
Security researchers have demonstrated how Macs are vulnerable to firmware worms (just like PCs) by developing the first firmware worm that attacks Macs remotely
Nokia has just announced that it has agreed to sell its HERE mapping business to a consortium of German automakers made up of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz for US$3.07 billion.
One of Wi-Fi Sense’s features is that it allows your contacts to connect to your Wi-Fi network without the need of a password. Some have wrongly viewed this as a security risk. Let us tell you why it isn’t.
Onkyo has just announced that its new TX-NR646 and TX-NR747 AV receivers are now available in Singapore. The headline feature for both 7.2-channel receivers is that they support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio formats.