- News tagged "technostorm"
Wednesday, 1 Oct 2014
Need a second number for calls and SMS messages, but don't want to get another SIM card or carry two phones around? Then check out StarHub's new 2-in-1 Line service, which allows two numbers to be active on one SIM card concurrently.
Microsoft has just officially unveiled details about its next version of Windows, which will be called Windows 10. Here's what you need to know about this 'most comprehensive operating system' Microsoft has ever built. (Yes, the Start menu is back.)
Monday, 29 Sep 2014
Sony’s first curved 4K UHD TV, the Bravia S9000B, will be in stores come mid October. We were told that only the 65-inch version will be sold here.
Thursday, 25 Sep 2014
LG has brought the number of TVs in its OLED TV lineup to three with the launch of the 55EC930T. Sporting LG’s WRGB OLED tech, the company claims this super-slim curved TV offers the ultimate in picture quality.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users have reported that the new iOS 8.0.1 update has killed their cell service and Touch ID, prompting Apple to kill the update instead.
The 8-inch tablet space just got more exciting with the upcoming availability of these two high performance Intel Moorefield quad-core tablets. The newer Memo Pad 8 has upped its capabilities by a great degree, thus becoming the company's premium 8-inch tablet offering. Meanwhile, those on a budget and prefer to have phone call functionality will be served by the Fonepad 8. More details inside!
Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
HP has just announced its brand new Envy Beats all-in-one desktop system, with quad speakers and woofers, as well as a new Pavilion x2 detachable PC.
HP has just announced three new Envy printers for the home user, the Envy 7640, 5640 and 5530. The flagship model comes with the new Wi-Fi Direct feature and NFC, while all printers feature HP print apps. Curious to find out more? Hit the link then.
Reports are surfacing that a few iPhone 6 Plus owners have noticed that their new devices are now slightly warped, bending inwards in a slight curve. The culprit? Tight pants and sitting down.
The two new logos should help consumers find out if a TV, monitor, or projector they wish to buy supports 4K UHD content.