Back when the PlayStation Vita was announced, Sony promised that this portable console will be able to do a lot of things. Several years have passed, and Sony has failed to deliver. At least, that’s what the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ruled. As a result, Sony now has to refund early adopters of the PS Vita system up to US$50.
Last week, Honor Malaysia confirmed the specifications of the Honor 3C Lite. Those who are eager to grab this entry-level smartphone will be happy to know that Honor Malaysia has just announced the pre-order dates for the Honor 3C Lite. It will begin on the 28th of November until the 3rd of December 2014, and buyers who pre-order the 3C Lite will stand a chance to win a trip to Langkawi.
Logitech has announced the availability of Type+ and AnyAngle, two new accessories catering for the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini. The former is an iPad keyboard case that comes with an integrated keyboard whereas the latter presents itself to be a protective case that doubles as a stand for the iPad.
Twitter is apparently not satisfied with just trying to sell people things through the internet. The company has announced that it is beginning a US based test to deploy Tweet based discount codes that would be shared directly with users. This relies on the willingness of individuals to share their credit card information, but appears to be an interesting step towards Twitter expanding its services.
Procedurally generated dungeon crawler Torchlight is currently free on the Arc gaming platform; while the sequel is on a 75-percent discount. Arc may not sound familiar to most, as it is one of the newer platforms around. Created by Perfect World Entertainment to provide a single place to locate all its games.
Earlier this month, Microsoft and Dropbox announced a partnership to implement Dropbox into Microsoft Office and if you’ve been waiting for it, here it is. Dropbox recently updated its mobile app for iOS and Android platform that makes it a whole lot easier to edit and manage your Microsoft Office files.
Anyone who has ever used a Samsung Galaxy device will be aware of the ChatOn instant messaging app that comes pre-installed on every machine. While some may have actually used it to communicate with people, Samsung is admitting that there are not enough users on the service to justify keeping it around, and will begin to phase the app out on future releases.