Tuesday, 25 Aug 2015
HTC's upcoming flagship smartphone is photographed in the wild alongside an Apple iPhone 6 and shows similar design traits.
Olympus’ new OM-D E-M10 Mark II adds 5-axis image stabilisation and a redesigned body to the high-performance, low-budget E-M10 series.
Online social networking service Twitter shuts down 30 of Politwoops's websites, which sole purpose is to immortalize deleted tweets made by politicians.
3D scanning has always required specialized equipment. Microsoft wants to remove that barrier entirely and make it accessible for everybody with their MobileFusion app, which allows 3D scanning with any smartphone camera.
Oppo has added two new smartphones to its lineup, the mid-range Mirror 5s, and the entry-level Neo 5s.
After the invite-only beta, Microsoft is now making Cortana for Android available as a public beta. With Cortana installed, Microsoft's digital assistant can take voice commands and even replace Google Now on Android's home button.
Designed for professionals who need tons of storage and fast connectivity, the QNAP TVS-871T is the world's first NAS to support the Thunderbolt 2 interface.
The first actual images of the Huawei Nexus phone have leaked out on the Internet and confirmed some of the rumored specs. Hit the link to find out more!
Monday, 24 Aug 2015
Klipsch has just launched two new Pro-Sport headphones that have been specifically engineered to handle even the most rigorous activity.
In conjunction with Singapore’s jubilee celebrations, Intel is also celebrating the 50th anniversary of Moore’s law with Invent 50, a contest that challenges students to come up with innovative solutions using Intel devices to problems plaguing our world today.