Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015
Origin PC might not be as well known locally as Alienware or Aftershock. The company plans to change that with the local release of the EON15-X and EON17-X gaming notebooks. What makes these machines so special and why should you care?
A teardown of the Xiaomi Mi Note shows that the device is surprisingly easy to disassemble, requiring just suction pads to pull off the back cover. The teardown also revealed Samsung RAM, an LG battery and the HTC M8 rear camera module (used on the front of the Mi Note).
One of the flagship phones we've been eagerly anticipating since last year, the Motorola Moto X (2014), is now available in Singapore. The smartphone will be available today for S$765 and will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop pre-installed.
According to reports, Google is currently working on a plan to use its driverless cars to come up with a competitor to Uber.
The latest report from the rumor mill suggests that HTC's upcoming One (M9) Hima flagship smartphone will sport two 20-megapixel rear cameras on its back!
Sporting a quad-core processor running at 1.5GHz, 1GB RAM, and 8GB flash storage, the new ViewQwest TV 2.0 set-top box is the perfect partner for the company's Freedom VPN service.
Monday, 2 Feb 2015
According to shipment numbers from analysts, Apple has now tied Samsung as the world's largest smartphone maker.
Chinese agency TENAA listed the images and specs of Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi Note 2. From what's made known, it doesn't seem to be a big update.
Six weeks after being knocked offline in a Swedish police raid, torrent sharing website The Pirate Bay is back and running at full speed again, and is now taunting authorities with a prominent phoenix graphic. However, the site may not be quite the same as before.
Jeff Gordon, HTC's senior global online communications manager, shared his views on Apple's recent quarter earnings report on Twitter and also took the chance to take a swipe at the iPhone.