News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
Reports say, Apple has returned to Samsung to manufacture its new A9 SoC. Additionally, manufacture of said chips has already began at Samsung's plant in Austin, Texas.
Sony seems to be following Google's footsteps when it comes to the Glass. Thus, they are also working on something similar but without the need for custom frames.
Monday, 15 Dec 2014
In the middle of a crisis in Downtown Sydney, Uber is reportedly charging commuters a minimum of $100 as a result of surge pricing due to the hostage-taking in the area. In the Philippines, 4x the normal fare was said to be applied last Friday due to the heavy traffic from the Christmas rush.
Still a few weeks from now, CES 2015 already looks promising especially with innovations like the LG 55-inch 8K TV. Do you think it will be a hit?
Google Philippines posted a video on YouTube showing how gaps are bridged with today's technology. Furthermore, Google reminds everyone that despite the distance, with technology, our loved ones can miss nothing.
The iconic Italian luxury sportscar released its own Android smartphone, the 88 Tauri. As expected, the handset, with only 1947 units made, is sold at a whopping price tag, of approximately US$ 6,000.
From the rumor mill, the Samsung Galaxy A7 smartphone will have a Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 quad-core processor, 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, and 12-megapixel main camera. It will allegedly be released on January 2015.
The Naos QG mouse tracks your heart rate and other information when gaming. It works the same way how sports athletes rely on feedback and stats on their vital signs to improve performance, only this is for e-sports players. Hit the link to find out more.
Sunday, 14 Dec 2014
With the coming of virtual reality gaming soon, how would like to have a device where movement, camera control, or whatever action the game lets you do is controlled just by moving your feet? Interested? Take a look at the 3DRudder.
Thursday, 11 Dec 2014
To overcome the major players in the projector market, LG Electronics intends to focus on projectors using LED light sources, as well as the B2C market.