When Apple announced NFC during last week’s keynote, it seemed like we were finally going to see Apple adopt the technology much like how Android has done so for the slew of recent flagships, however Apple has confirmed that its NFC chip in the iPhone 6 is restricted to Apple Pay, the company’s new mobile payments platform.
It’s far too early to consider monetizing Cortana, Microsoft’s new virtual personal assistant, but the company is already thinking about how to scale her across different devices, platforms and around the world – namely Android and iOS. Continue reading “Microsoft thinking of bringing Cortana to Android and iOS”
As if the Galaxy Tab Pro was getting old, Samsung has unveiled yet another ‘new’ flagship tablet. Coming in two sizes, 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, Samsung is positioning the Tab S as a high-end tablet with an emphasis on entertainment and consumption – not that it would be used for anything else, really.
Before WWDC, talk was rife about the iPhone 6. Multiple ‘leaks’ of the alleged device were circulating around the internet, but before anyone remembered the iPhone, it was the iWatch that was on everyone’s minds.
Just over two years ago, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said that he wasn’t sure about making a tablet, but today he confessed that he’s been quietly developing one this whole time. Find out more about Xiaomi’s brand new tablet, which costs just $300 should Xiaomi bring it to Singapore.
In April this year, Samsung launched their Exynos 5410, a supposedly ‘octa-core’ processor for mobile devices. At first the world was shocked. How had Samsung managed to create the next level of processors in such a short time? The answer … Continue reading World’s first true mobile octa-core processor to be unveiled on November 20