Thursday, 23 Oct 2014
Acquisitions by Lenovo further solidifies the company's ambition of providing a holistic solution to their enterprise and SME customers.
The newest entry in Toshiba's Satellite family is an 11.6-inch 2-in-1 convertible that's aggressively priced to compete against other Windows and Android-based devices.
Microsoft's Garage team has unveiled its latest project, an Android-based lock screen replacement called Next. The lock screen is designed to simplify the user experience by placing all the important features directly on a device's lock screen.
Moving into a global role, Xiaomi's International VP Hugo Barra disclosed that the Chinese company will be moving its international user data to servers outside of China. Users in China will still have their data residing on local servers.
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.
Google revolutionized the way we email in 2004 with Gmail. They're attempting to do it again with a new app called Inbox.
DiGi announced that it will be offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on November 6, with pre-orders opening this Halloween. Update: Maxis and Celcom have also set up their respective Registration of Interest pages.
Tuesday, 21 Oct 2014
WD has unveiled yet another new product to meet the storage demands of consumers. This time around, it's something known as the WD MyPassport Wireless. Hit the link for more details.
There's a chance we won't have to juggle our passwords in the near future. The Passage app is not in its final form, but it could shape up to be an interesting contender for managing those pesky passwords.