News tagged ‘technostorm’
Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014
We just learnt from Jonney Shih, Chairman of ASUS, that the company will be unveiling a flagship Android smartphone in the second half of 2014. It is likely to be the successor to the ASUS PadFone Infinity.
HTC just announced that a software update (version 1.54.707.7) is available for One (M8) users. Among the new features and improvements are the Extreme Power Saving Mode and SIM card optimizations.
McAfee has just launched a free online scanner for consumers to assess if they need to change their passwords to deal with the recently exposed Heartbleed Bug. Find out more after the jump.
ASUS today announced the availability of the ZenFone series in South East Asia, which are preloaded with the new ZenUI interface and PixelMaster camera technology for better image quality. The ZenFone 4, 5 and 6 are slated for a launch in Singapore next month.
Friday, 11 Apr 2014
Heartbleed is one of the largest security threats the Internet has ever experienced, with an estimated two out of every three web server affected. Here are some websites that you need to change your password now.
Thursday, 10 Apr 2014
StarHub today announced a strategic partnership with Samsung and Nagra for its next-gen set-top box lineup. First out of the gate is the Samsung GX-SH530CF HD interactive set-top box.
Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014
AMD has launched the world's fastest, most powerful graphics card, the AMD Radeon R9 295X2. Designed for ultra-enthusiasts, the new card was developed jointly with Asetek, and joins two AMD Radeon R9 Series GPUs in a one-card design.
Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
Seagate has refreshed its Backup Plus lineup of portable external hard disk drives with the new Backup Plus FAST and Backup Plus Slim.
Adobe has just unveiled an iPad version of Lightroom that allows you to make powerful photo adjustments on-the-go. Find out more after the jump.
Some Sony Xperia Z2 users have reported that they see gaps between the front glass panel and the aluminum frame, raising concerns that dust and water can seep into the internals of the device. Sony is aware of the issue and looking into it.