After eight months since the premium-grade gaming monitor by Asus had launched in CES 2014, the ROG Swift PG278Q has finally launched in Malaysia. Being the first gaming monitor under their Republic of Gamers family, it features a screen size of 27 inches with a thin, 6mm bezels.
It’s been a long while since we heard about the WebOS Ports Open webOS project, which was when LG acquired most of the rights to it from HP two years back. The company has even implemented the OS to its line of Smart TVs. Fast forward today,webOS has been officially renamed to LuneOS, and is now making its debut in older Nexus devices as well as Touchpad devices by HPs.
Two weeks ago, it was revealed that the next version of Windows which is codenamed “Threshold” or more fondly known as Windows 9 might make its first official public appearance at the end of this month. While Microsoft has yet to make any official statement regarding that matter, it turns out that the company might have accidentally teases the new operating system to the world.
The latest title from Bethesda, The Evil Within, will be arriving on the PlayStation 3 and 4 in October. Developed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and Japanese studio Tango Gameworks, it promises another third person survival horror experience. The follows veteran detective Sebastian Castellanos as he navigates a deranged world full of monsters while trying to unravel the secret of the invincible apparition known as Ruvik (voiced by Jackie Earle Haley of Rorschach fame).
If you’ve ever developed an app for iOS platform and have been rejected, then this is something you’ll need to go through. The Cupertino company recently posted out a list stating the top 10 reason why it reject apps so if your apps have been constantly rejected or if you even plan on writing apps for the App Store, it’s worth a look.
At this point, it is only common to see unofficial photos of yet to be launched devices by big tech companies leak into the Web. With the upcoming Microsoft event at IFA 2014 in Berlin beginning in few days time, there are already a new batch of leaked photos along with specifications of the Nokia Lumia device codenamed “Superman”.
The month of September has just gotten a lot more interesting, on top of IFA 2014 which will be starting tomorrow, Apple’s event on 9 September 2014, and a regional event from Sony, we now have one more thing to look forward to as Google sends out invitations for an event happening in India on 15 September 2014.
Nintendo announce updated versions of the popular 3Ds handheld consoles last Friday, although there is little information about when the new machine will be available outside Japan. Gamers will be looking forward to the new internals which promise to improve performance, more trigger buttons, and the addition of a tiny analogue stick on the right side of the device.
IFA week is finally here but before the show starts for real, here are more image leaks of one of the more exciting devices to look forward to – the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact. All the leaks we’ve seen so far featured blurry images but this time round, say hello to what looks like press images that shows off the Xperia Z3 Compact in a range of pretty attractive colors.
Image credit: Hype.my
Revealing photos of several Hollywood actresses were released on to the internet over the weekend after a hacker managed to overcome the security on Apple’s iCloud. The company is now actively investigation the breach in an attempt to prevent future attacks from happening. No details of the hack have been made public, although it appears that Apple has patched the flaw in the system.
If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on Xiaomi Redmi Note, then look no further because Celcom and DiGi are now offering the phablet when you sign up for a contract with the telcos. Retailing at RM509, Celcom is offering the device from as low as RM38 while DiGi is offering it from as low as RM0.
Samsung. For the longest time, the world’s biggest Android smartphone maker has faced criticism over its Galaxy line of smartphones over its lack of imagination in design and worse, an over-reliance on cheap plastic materials for quicker manufacturing processes. As the competition produced sleeker, more handsome Android devices that made use of more premium materials, Samsung began to feel the heat.
Suddenly, it feels like the Korean giants isn’t the top dog anymore.
But, Samsung did not make its way to the top by chance. This is a company known for rapid iterations, and responds to industry changes quicker than most companies do. The result? The Galaxy Alpha, the first Galaxy device to use a metal frame. Announced officially only last month, it will make its debut to the world at next week’s IFA trade show…but we’ve had the opportunity for a quick peek.