Tuesday, 29 Nov 2016
M1, Singtel and StarHub have announced a collaboration to build a unified platform based on GSMA’s Mobile Connect authentication standard to let Singapore consumers enjoy fast, simple and secure access to a variety of online services with their mobile number.
ASUS has announced the ROG G701VI, a new 17.3-inch gaming laptop that is ready to power the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The notebook is armed to the teeth with an overclockable CPU, a 120Hz G-Sync display, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.
With a top print resolution of 4,800 x 1,200 dpi, ISO print speeds are rated at 8.8ipm (images per minute) for mono and 5ipm for color. Each set of inks can print up to 7,000 pages of color documents.
Sharp Mobile recently returned to the Singapore market with two mid-range models, but back in its home country it has a bunch of high-end phones not available here. The latest are these SoftBank exclusive Star Wars themed phones that ties into the upcoming release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The L380, L385, and L485 are multi-function devices with print, scan, and copy functions. With the same print engine, print speeds are pegged at 10ipm for black and white and 5ipm for color printing.
Getting a Singtel prepaid data plan will net you an account for Singtel’s very own video-on-demand service. Read to find out more.
The US Department of Transport has proposed guidelines to make driving safer. One of them includes a “Driver Mode” for mobile devices.
The Galaxy S8 is rumored to come with 6GB RAM and offer storage options up to 256GB.
Monday, 28 Nov 2016
HTC today announced that the Vive is now available to buy in Singapore, making it the first VR system to reach local consumers.
Slated to be released in January 2017, the CES Innovation Award-winning Crazybaby Air sports a 5.2mm speaker driver, CSR's newest audio chip, and comes with a charging case for over 15 hours of listening time.