Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014
Microsoft OneDrive is now available worldwide. Like its predecessor SkyDrive, it lets you store all your files, including photos, videos, and documents, in the cloud, and have them available across any device you use, be it running Windows, iOS, or Android.
Intel has launched its new Xeon E7 v2 processor series that is positioned to meet the enterprise computing requirements for real-time data analytics. In addition, the company also highlighted their ongoing engineering collaboration with SAP on its data analytics platform, HANA.
Hugo Barra, the Vice President for Xiaomi Global, confirmed during an interview with HardwareZone that the company will be entering the Malaysian market in the next two months.
StarHub has informed us that it will offer the Xiaomi Redmi at all StarHub Shops beginning 27 February 2014.
Xiaomi Singapore announced that it will begin selling its flagship smartphone, the Mi 3 on March 7. Like the Redmi, Xiaomi will be selling the Mi 3 at a very attractive price tag.
Xiaomi today announced that it is setting up its international headquarters in Singapore to manage its overseas expansion in the region.
Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014
There are reports of Samsung slashing the retail prices of the Galaxy Gear in several countries such as India and the U.S. Is the global price a sign that Samsung is clearing stocks in preparation for the announcement of the next generation Galaxy Gear?
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note Pro (12.2-inch Display) with LTE will be available in Singapore from February 22. The Wi-Fi model will be launched a week later on March 1.
Super Talent has just announced its next generation of PCIe SSDs - the RAIDDrive II Plus - featuring read and write speeds of up to 3000 MB/s.
Toshiba has just announced the industry's largest non-helium gas filled hard disk drives with 5TB of capacity.