Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013
ASRock has unveiled its Fatal1ty Z87 Killer Series motherboards that incorporate the Killer E2200 Intelligent Networking Platform that boosts the performance of online games, high quality streaming media, and other time sensitive UDP-based applications up to five times.
Biostar has released the Hi-Fi A88W 3D motherboard based on the new AMD FM2+ socket design that supports the Kaveri series of APUs.
Thermaltake has announced the Snow Edition of the Urban S31 mid-tower chassis which comes in a brushed aluminum finish and sports a steel mesh front door panel.
The AS 2 NAS series consists of two sub-series - the AS-20XT series (AS-202T/AS-204T) offers users the essentials for creating a personal cloud, while the AS-20XTE series (AS-202TE/AS-204TE) provides users both personal cloud and digital entertainment functionality.
Google is extending Indoor Google Maps to 31 popular venues in Singapore. From today onwards, you can navigate through these new multi-floor buildings in Singapore including museums, convention centers, a hotel and library, and even more malls.
Google has bought Bump for an as of yet undisclosed figure. Bump was a simple tool to help share files between smartphones by tapping them together. The Bump team were also responsible for photo album app Flock.
With Android users having had the opportunity to test the data compression feature on Chrome Beta, it's now time for iOS users of Chrome to try out this new feature.
All 5 colours for iPhone 5c - blue, green, pink, yellow and white will be available at Nubox from 20 September. The new iPhone 5S (gold, silver and space grey) will be available at a later date.
ASUS announced the M70 desktop PC that features Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. It allows the pairing of NFC-enabled Android devices for easy access to the PC. At the same time, file sharing between the PC and paired devices is also made easier with this wireless communication technology.
Blizzard has announced that it will be shutting down both the gold and real money auction houses in Diablo III on 18th March 2014. Blizzard's John Hight explained that the Auction House "ultimately undermines Diablo's core game play: kill monsters to get cool loot."