Monday, 10 Mar 2014
According to a Digitimes report, Google has pressured ASUS to delay the launch of its Android/Windows-capable Transformer Book Duet hybrid notebook.
Neil Young's high-fidelity digital music player, PonoPlayer, will be available for pre-order via Kickstater on March 15 for US$399.
We have wearables and accessories that help to track the amount of steps you take, calories burned and even the quality of sleep. But how about expectant mothers looking to keep tabs on their pregnancy? Bellabeat aims to help mothers-to-be with that task.
HTC's upcoming flagship smartphone has been leaked in an extensive photo gallery. In addition, official flip cases for the device also have been revealed on Twitter.
Friday, 7 Mar 2014
Finally, NVIDIA has countered AMD's new "Volcanic Islands" GPUs with its much anticipated "Maxwell" graphics cards, spawning add-in board partners to churn out their respective cards. Read on for a quick pictorial overview of the cards released by add-in board partners.
SingTel Windows Phone users can now enjoy the one-stop convenience of charging their Windows Phone Store purchases directly to their monthly postpaid mobile bill. (Update: M1 and StarHub also will offer direct carrier billing purchases for Windows Phone Store.)
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.