Monday, 3 Mar 2014
Thomas Zilliacus made waves late last year when he announced Newkia, a Singapore-based company founded to build Android phones with the fit and finish Nokia is known for. Here's what he thinks about Nokia's new Android phones, Xiaomi and Stephen Elop.
According to reports, Apple's iOS in the Car could debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show in new cars from Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and more.
There are many gaming headsets in the market, but only a few can double-up for mobile usage. The recently launched Cerberus from ASUS is one such gaming headset that's also designed to provide users of smart devices with lively audio.
Gigabyte has announced support for 4th-gen Intel Core processors and selected unlocked 4th-gen Intel Core processors throughout its entire range of Gigabyte 8 series motherboards, including the Z87, H87, Q87, B85. and H81 chipset based motherboards.
AMD announced their FirePro R5000 remote graphics card has been certified to support a number of professional graphics applications. It delivers the benefits of GCN-based graphics processing over Teracidi’s proprietary PC-over-IP (PCoIP) technology, on a remote server/thin client setup.
Friday, 28 Feb 2014
Tesla Motors has just announced plans to raise a whopping US$1.6 billion to finance their plans for a giant battery factory that would make it one of the largest producers of lithium ion batteries.
Sapphire has unveiled its AMD R7 240 2GB DDR3 low profile graphics card. It is targeted at small form factor desktop systems that face internal space constraints.
Debuting at the IT Show 2014, HGST's Touro S mobile external hard drives each come encased in a slim, aluminum enclosure, and deliver two levels of data protection - local backup and cloud storage, to help safeguard, transport, store and access your files from anywhere.
Thursday, 27 Feb 2014
Thermaltake has just announced its new Toughpower 80 Plus Gold series power supply units. They are available in three different wattages; 550-, 650- and 750W.
AMD and BlueStacks have announced the new “Android on Windows” software that is optimized for Windows devices, powered by select AMD APUs. This new software solution is slated for launch later this year, with a suggested retail price of US$39.95.