Friday, 7 Mar 2014
Xiaomi's current flagship smartphone, the Mi 3 is officially out of stock in Singapore.
Apparently, Razer isn't satisfied with the industry-standard Cherry MX switches used on nearly 95% of all mechanical gaming keyboards. As such, it has designed and engineered its own keyboard switches, which Razer states "reduce the distance between the actuation and reset point by almost half to allow for faster, more precise gaming commands."
According to reports, Apple is turning to TSMC to produce its rumored quad-core 64-bit "A8" SoC that will power its latest iPhones and iPads.
According to Newsweek, the enigmatic founder of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, has been tracked down. Apparently, he lives in a modest home, located in California, United States.
Playstation 3 hit, The Last of Us, is set to be adapted into a live-action movie. For more details, hit the link.
Thursday, 6 Mar 2014
Equipped with LAN and Wi-Fi connectivity capabilities, the Canon Pixma iX6870 comes with the flexibility of high-capacity cartridge, and employs a 5-color individual ink cartridge system with Photo Black ink that improves color contrast performance.
Microsoft will be unveiling DirectX 12, its new game development API. It appears this development is Microsoft’s response to rival AMD’s Mantle API.
Aside from its flagship N1 smartphone, Chinese phone maker Oppo will also be launching a mid-range and entry-level smartphone tomorrow. They are the 5-inch R1 and 4.7-inch Find 5 Mini which are powered by quad-core 1.3GHz processors and have 8-megapixel rear cameras.
Sporting a design that reminisces the MSI Lightning series, the new card comes with 2 x 8-pin and 1 x 6-pin power connectors on board, guaranteeing a minimum of 450W available for overclocking. Also, the TriFrozr Thermal Design has been improved to dissipate heat more efficiently from the GPU and on-board components.
Toshiba has announced new additions to its enterprise capacity HDDs, the AL13SXB and the self-encrypting AL13SXQ, while HGST has introduced its Ultrastar C15K600 family of enterprise-class HDDs.