The last Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) by Apple was held in 2002. Hopefully, Apple will be announcing some really interesting tech during the event.
Microsoft has beefed up security for both its hardware and software services. In fact, some of them have even garnered the endorsement of the National Security Agency (NSA); do read on for more details.
Microsoft Office will intelligently put the most common commands on the Touch Bar, depending on the type of document you’re working on. Read on to find out more.
Take a look at the ROG XG Station 2, a new external graphics dock that can turn a Thunderbolt 3-equipped laptop or 2-in-1 notebook into a gaming powerhouse.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple will be designing its own chips for use with its MacBook laptops. However, the new chips would complement, rather than replace, the existing Intel processors by taking over certain low-power features.
Latest word on the web is that there's a new Windows 10 version in existence; this yet-to-be-released Windows OS may just be Microsoft’s veritable challenge to Google Chrome OS. Read on for more details.
New records have been set for iPhone sales and quarterly revenue. Sales of Macs and Apple Watches also did well.
Find out how you can win movie passes to catch Resident Evil: The Final Chapter when you visit TGV Suria KLCC and TGV Bukit Tinggi on the first weekend of February 2017.
It looks like Samsung isn’t the only manufacturer experiencing battery woes, as HP is likewise in the process of recalling 101,000 notebook batteries that could potentially be "fire and burn hazards."
The Chromium OS project has some exciting news! All new Chromebooks launched this year will be able to install Android applications. Owners of older Chromebooks may not be left out; read on for more details.