While this might sounds rather odd given the fact that the regional launch will only takes place next week, ASUS Singapore just moments ago has officially launched the brand new Zenfone 2 for its market – the first country in this region to do so. As part of the launch, the company has also revealed the pricing for all Zenfone 2 variants that ASUS has planned to release in Singapore.
Corsair recently rebranded their gaming division, bringing along a new logo and a more straightforward name – Corsair Gaming. The Corsair Gaming Sabre Laser RGB Gaming Mouse is one of the new products spawned under the redesigned Corsair Gaming division.
It is a gaming mouse with an 8,200 dpi laser sensor, Omron switches, 8-programmable buttons, sold for RM269 inclusive of GST. Is it a gaming mouse that is worth the bang for buck, or is it just another overpriced gaming product?
Looks like Xiaomi will not be the only Chinese smartphone company releasing a pair of premium headphones. The Mi Headphones, which we reviewed last week, looks set to compete soon with Meizu’s premium headphones which will be launched tomorrow. What’s interesting is the fact that Meizu is collaborating with not just one renowned headphone makers, but two!
It appears that the Nexus 4 will also be receiving the Android 5.1 Lollipop update, which is pretty surprising. As the Nexus 4 was released back in November 2012, it wasn’t supposed to receive any further update as it has passed the 18 months update window set by Google itself.
After being delayed for two weeks, Cyanogen OS 12 is now available on the OnePlus One. Unlike OnePlus’ own OxygenOS which needs to be manually flashed, the Cyanogen OS 12 update should be available via OTA, seeing how existing OnePlus One smartphones are already running Cyanogen OS.
Kaspersky has published a partial solution to the CoinVault ransomware problem that has been going around. The security company, working with the Netherlands National Prosecutors Office, managed to get their hands on a CoinVault control and command server which provided a host of decryption keys.
Rockstar Games has finally brought Grand Theft Auto V to the PC, and it is now clear why the transition took so long. GTA V is not simply a port of the console version, but appears to have been rebuilt from the ground up to include some additional features. The most impressive of these is the Rockstar Editor, that brings video editing and Machinima tools to the world’s biggest open world game.