Sunday, 1 May 2016
Google recently filed a patent for a device that could improve your vision, by injecting it directly into your eyeball. More details, in the link.
Saturday, 30 Apr 2016
Here are the top stories of another week past, in case you missed them
Friday, 29 Apr 2016
14 teams came together at the AWS ASEAN IoT HackDay in Singapore to come up with prototypes that harness the power of the AWS IoT platform. Team IoTiger, the sole Malaysian team in the hackathon, impresses with its Smart Billboard prototype. Here's how the team succeeded in clinching second place.
Movidius has unveiled the Fathom Neural Compute Stick, which is a USB device with its very own Myriad 2 deep learning chip inside. This could allow drones, robots and other devices to make use of the local, real-time image processing capabilities of the chip.
If you've ever wanted to feel what it's like to be an X-Men, here's your chance. Just purchase any HyperX products and register online for a chance to win a trip to Gold Coast, Australia, where plenty of action-packed activities await you!
Thursday, 28 Apr 2016
There's now an easier way to purchase your favorite Samsung product. Just point your browser to Lazada.com.my, and you'll find the newly launched Samsung online store, where you'll find the latest promotions and products from the Korean company.
Do you watch videos on the go very often? Are you a U Mobile subscriber? If your answer to both questions was yes, then the telco has something that you'll really love. Read on to find out what that is.
There's more to lights then just being a means to light your environment, at least that's what Philips is trying to show you with its Eco-Sphere showcase, which is currently happening at Sunway Pyramid.
A very vigilant Twitter user has apparently leaked the first sightings of Samsung's upcoming Gear wearables.
Brian Krzanich, the Chief Executive at Intel, has declared that Intel is not a PC company any more, but a company that powers the cloud, as well as smart and connected devices.