News: Just Announced
Friday, 31 Oct 2014
Nintendo has built a non-wearable device, which is a sleeping monitor. This device is created in collaboration with a U.S.-based company called RESMED. This yet-to-be-named product is set to be unveiled sometime in 2016.
Corsair Gaming is adding more of its gaming mice into the market. Called the Sabre RGB, this mouse comes in 6,400 DPI optical sensor and 8,200 DPI laser sensor variants.
Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
WD is expanding the WD Purple line of surveillance-class hard drives with a 6TB variant for longer high-resolution surveillance recording.
PlayStation fans can now vote for their favorite games as part of the 'Users' Choice Award', set to be announced at Sony's 'PS Awards 2014' ceremony on December 3, 2014. Cast your votes today and stand the chance to win a brand new PlayStation 4.
PS4 Remote Play, the ability to remotely access a PlayStation 4 console via Wi-Fi or the Internet, is now available for the Xperia Z3 series.
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
The innovative smartphone maker makes a huge splash with its latest flagship phones, the N3 and R5.
weBoost, a subsidiary of Wilson Electronics, launched a pair of cellular signal boosters, the Connect 3G and Drive 3G-S, here in Malaysia today.
DiGi users can now own their very own portable Wi-Fi hotspot, which can serve up to 10 connected devices. The device, known as MobiFi, is offered alongside DiGi's refreshed mobile broadband plans.
Salutica Allied Solutions officially launched its latest device called the FOBO Tyre, which helps vehicle owners to monitor their car's tire pressure in real time via their smartphone.
Razer recently announced the Leviathan sound bar, capable of 5.1 virtual surround sound. It also comes with a dedicated subwoofer and supports Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, as well as NFC.