Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Dell's Project Ophelia, which is an Android-based computer that operates from a hardware dongle, is slated for launch this July for US$100. Dell showcased Project Ophelia at CES in January this year. The dongle plugs into any device with a HDMI port and turns it into a PC.
Google has announced that Google Checkout will be shut down, and completely replaced by Google Wallet.
Flickr has launched a redesign of the site together with a change of their existing subscription plans. The new look showcases your images with a minimum of white space, and comes with a free 1TB of storage. Subscription plans have also been changed, click through for the full details.
Rumors had been circulating that Yahoo might be about to make big waves soon. Now, it is all but certain that the Yahoo board has approved a US$1.1 billion acquisition for the popular micro-blogging site Tumblr.
In a short clip, Sony has given glimpses and flashes of what their new gaming console, the PlayStation 4 will look like. Announced back in February, the full reveal of the PlayStation 4 is scheduled for Sony's E3 presentation on 10th June 2013.
Monday, 20 May 2013
Today, we were briefed on MSI's soon to be released G-Series gaming notebooks. The latest generation of gaming notebooks from MSI will feature the newest Haswell Intel processors and AMD APUs. Read on to find out what you can expect.
ASRock has announced the availability of the A-Style 2T2R dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi module with Bluetooth v4.0 wireless technology. The new Wi-Fi chip will be featured on new select Intel 8-series motherboards.
Sony introduces a new high-capacity portable charger, the CP-F10L. This charger packs an impressive 10,000mAh charge in a slim and lightweight aluminum body. Read on for more details.
Samsung officially introduces two new smartphones, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 devices.
Samsung officials confirm that the company will be unveiling the Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013 in Germany.