Acquisitions by Lenovo further solidifies the company's ambition of providing a holistic solution to their enterprise and SME customers.
According to reports, Lenovo is planning to purchase BlackBerry. If this is true, it will raise concerns for both the U.S. and Chinese government. Find out more by clicking on the link.
Are you a fan of Back to the Future? Whether it's real or an elaborate hoax, Hendo is introducing the world's first hoverboard and hover developer kit.
Following Microsoft's rumored fitness wearable comes Fitbit's Surge, which is more than just a regular fitness tracker or smart watch. In fact, it might be marketed as a 'super watch'.
Legendary Pictures will be releasing a Dead Rising film on Sony's Crackle video streaming service, and comedian Rob Riggle is set to play Frank West. Details after the jump!
Finnish smartwatch maker, Suunto today announced the availability of its Ambit3 smart sportwatches in Malaysia. The watches announced were the Ambit3 Peak and Ambit3 Sport.
Microsoft has announced that it will be launching a new wearable that's compatible with Android, iOS, and Microsoft Windows Phone OS. Here's some details on this incoming wearable.
Southeast Asia's very own video game expo, GameStart 2014 will open its doors on October 25 and 26, 2014 at the Suntec City Convention Center, Singapore. The event will include a wide range of great activities to keep people of all interests well entertained, with many offers and promotions.
Apple has announced a new SIM technology that allows users to easily swap carriers, without the need to change SIM cards. Called Apple SIM, this technology may pave the way for easier roaming on smartphones.
Battery life is one of the main problems preventing the mass uptake of wearables, as no one wants to recharge their watch every day. Samsung, however, may have the solution: bendy batteries.