Thursday, 16 Jan 2014
There are alleged plans by Intel to refresh its current Intel Core Haswell processors with a slew of new SKUs in May. In addition, the chip maker will also ship the new Z97 and H97 chipsets to board manufacturers in preparation for the next generation Broadwell processors.
Amidst lackluster ad sales results, Yahoo's COO Henrique de Castro has been asked to leave the company.
Bose's first offering communicates wirelessly through the home network, and can be controlled via a mobile app that's available on Android, iOS, Mac OS, and Windows systems. The app saves up to six different preset channels which can be easily switched with a simple drag-and-drop, and also remembers up to the last 50 searches.
If privacy is your utmost concern, you may want to consider buying the Blackphone which is the world's first smartphone to give users total control over their privacy.
Priced at S$188, the H440 mid-tower casing does away with the 5.25-inch optical bays to make room for a host of chassis enhancements. It also sports a redesigned interior and next-gen FN V2 case fans.
Wednesday, 15 Jan 2014
The ASUS ROG Poseidon graphics card has finally arrived at our shores. With a SRP of S$949, the card features an overclocked GeForce GTX 780 GPU, cooled by the DirectCU H2O, a hybrid air and water cooling solution.
Incorporated with ASUS's DirectCU II technology, both the R9 290X DirectCU II and R9 290 DirectCU II cards run up to 20% cooler and up to three times quieter as compared to their respective reference models.
Starting today, individuals and businesses can register wireless names, associate content to these names, and provide meaning when they are detected.
Along with LG, HTC is also announcing a new festive shade for its flagship smartphone, the HTC One. Available this Saturday, 18th January, the new Gold variant joins the existing Silver, Black, and Red versions, in a brushed body with black accents and metal unibody design.
Gigabyte has announced official support for the recently launched AMD Kaveri APUs for its FM2+ motherboards. Consumers can choose from four different chipsets, from the top-end AMD A88X to the A55 that is suitable for entry-level PCs.