Wednesday, 13 May 2015
MyRepublic is on a quest to provide more choices to its customers. It has now announced a 1Gbps no-contract fiber broadband plan at S$69.99/month, a first for Singapore.
Starting from now, anyone can download the Skype Translator preview from the Windows Store to begin using it!
NVIDIA GRID will now support 1080p60 streaming for select titles in its game library. The new feature is available via a public beta of its Shield Hub app, which is slated for official release near the end of May.
Chip is a US$9 single-board computer by Next Thing Co.. As of now, the company’s Kickstarter campaign appears wildly successful as over US$1 million has been pledged, exceeding its initial goal of US$50,000 by over 20 times.
Based on the latest report by International Data Corporation (IDC), Apple has overtaken Xiaomi and Samsung to be the top smartphone vendor in China for Q1 2015. All isn't rosy in the Chinese market though; more details inside.
With everybody so focused on when VR headsets are coming out, nobody seems to be wondering how widespread VR support will be. Well, now we know of at least one major gaming company that's going to be supporting VR.
China's largest smartphone maker Xiaomi has just announced the launch of its own money market fund, signaling the company's intentions to enter finance.
Samsung has released its next-generation Gear smartwatch SDK to developers. The most interesting nugget of info found inside relates to Samsung's upcoming round smartwatch, Project Orbis (a.k.a. Gear A), with several images showing its design, as well as some sample apps and possible specs.
G.Skill has announced a new 16GB (4 x 4GB) kit in its Ripjaws 4 series of DDR4 memory clocked at a record-setting high of 3666MHz!
KGI Securities just released a report detailing the new features of Apple's upcoming iPhones (commonly referred as the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus). While we've heard some of the specs before, there are other interesting new information on what to expect from the new iPhone.