News: Just Announced
Friday, 29 May 2015
It’s finally here! After launching in six big cities around the world, the LG G4 has finally landed in the Philippines to let Filipinos see and feel its greatness.
Sony is bringing Android to the living room! Its latest line of BRAVIA televisions is powered by Google Android TV, which comes with a host of intuitive features.
AMD unveils its newest APU, the A10-7870K. The newest APU is a refresh of the Kaveri line and still compatible with the existing FM2+ motherboards. Read on to know more about this newest AMD APU.
As consumers become increasingly dependent on their mobile devices, SanDisk unveiled a new line of mobile memory solutions to help consumers keep up with the demands of today’s mobile-centric world.
SanDisk has announced its Z400s SSDs, a low-cost series of drives targeted at PC OEMs and embedded systems designers. The new drives will be available in a variety of form factors and capacities.
ViewSonic introduces its Electromagnetic Resonance Pen Technology line-up. This product line enables users to write and sign directly on the display, offering an intuitive and authentic simulation of a typical handwriting experience using a battery-free pen.
Acronis has unveiled Acronis Access Connect, a cross-platform file access solution that aims to help businesses and enterprises integrate Macs seamlessly into Windows environments and enable workers to access files on-the-go from a variety of mobile devices.
Google has unveiled Android M, the next version of Android OS, at Google I/O 2015. After the bold redesign that was Android Lollipop, M is focused on "polish and quality" with Google Senior VP Sundar Pichai saying, "we've literally solved thousands of bugs."
Google announced its first OS designed specifically for the Internet of Things at Google I/O 2015 today. Brillo is based on a stripped down version of Android that can run on minimal system requirements, perfect for devices like smart light bulbs, doorknobs and thermostats.
MSI relaunches the Beat IT gaming tournament as Master Gaming Arena (MGA). The first MSI MGA will be held this year with the 4-day grand finals to happen in late August in the United States with about US$200,000 worth of prizes at stake!