LG's official site has just spilled a few extra tidbits about the G Watch, which is due out in the summer and will be based on Google's Android Wear platform. For a start, there'll be two color options: ... More »LG's upcoming G Watch will be water resistant and 'always on'
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Setelah membeli 40 persen saham DapurMasak di bulan Januari lalu, Cookpad kini juga membeli 60 persen sisanya. More »Perusahaan Jepang Cookpad akusisi DapurMasak
Smart Communications is making its LTE plans more enticing and exciting this summer by bundling them with smartphones and tablets that will allow consumers get the most out of Smart’s ultrafast and reliable LTE connection. Among the devices featured in Smart’s LTE plans is Huawei’s MediaPad 10 Link tablet. More »Huawei MediaPad 10 Link Now Available Through Smart LTE Plan 1299
Il semble que la prochaine Nexus 8 ne sera pas d’Asus. En effet, le bruit court que HTC sera la firme derrière la Nexus 8. Selon DigiTimes, des sources de la « chaîne d’approvisionnement en amont » ont commencé à voir des […] More »HTC pourrait fabriquer la Nexus 8 (rumeur)
TeknoUp.com Sejumlah ponsel flagship Android dari vendor ternama sudah resmi diperkenalkan di awal 2014. Beberapa diantaranya adalah Sony Xperia Z2, Samsung Galaxy S5, dan HTC One (M8). Ketiganya mengusung fitur yang berbeda-beda, namun tetap memamerkan keunggulan kameranya masing-masing. Xperia Z2 memiliki resolusi 20MP, HTC One (M8) mengunggulkan dual kamera, dan Galaxy S5 membawa kamera 16MP dengan sensor ISOCELL. Kali ini, ketiganya tidak akan diadu dalam urusan pengambilan foto, tetapi video. Salah satu teknologi yang sudah dibawa pada ponsel kelas unggulan adalah stabilizer. ... More »Perbandingan Video Xperia Z2 vs Galaxy S5 vs HTC One (M8), Mana Lebih Stabil?
Le piratage informatique à des fins d'espionnage se développe rapidement et des groupes comme des services officiels de certains pays d'Europe de l'Est y jouent un rôle croissant, montre l'une des plus ... More »Le cyber-espionnage augmente, notamment en Europe de l'Est
Elephants might have their own language, one that's communicated through a series of ultra low-frequency rumbles. A new study called the Elephant Listening Project (ELP) is attempting to decode Dumbo by analyzing over 300,000 hours of audio captured from infrasonic (super sensitive) microphones hidden in trees in the forests of Africa. More »The 'Elephant Listening Project' captures the animal's secret language on film
On top of having what is being described as an always-on screen, the G Watch will purportedly be both water and dust resistant. Some of Android Wear's features include in-built access to Google Maps and the presence of Google Now, Google's personal assistant service. More »LG's G Watch is always-on and water resistant
In 2014, consumer spending in ecommerce will hit $525 billion in Asia – half of the global total. As ecommerce continues to be a top investment destination for angels and VCs, expect to see more acceleration ... More »5 ecommerce milestones to look out for in Southeast Asia (Startup Asia preview)
But when a cable or satellite TV service makes the same offer, there’s usually a different response: How much space should I clear out under the TV? We’re accustomed to renting cable boxes, and tolerating their additional remote controls (sometimes with their own rental fees). The key was a small device, called a CableCARD, that consumers could insert into their own devices to unlock channels delivered over cable. But the FCC fumbled its congressional mandate. More »Dept. of Diminishing Choice: Cable Industry Wants Out of the CableCARD It Invented
Netflix, la plate-forme américaine de vidéo en ligne par abonnement, a fait état lundi de résultats trimestriels supérieurs aux attentes tout en dévoilant son intention d'augmenter de un ou deux dollars ... More »Netflix va augmenter son abonnement après de bons résultats
TRIBUNNEWS.COM - Sepasang bocah kembar asal Ponorogo dilaporkan karena membobol situs Pengelola Nama Domain Internet Indonesia. More »Bocah Kembar Siswa Paket C Bobol Situs Pengelola Nama Domain Internet Indonesia
Sephora, one of Singapore’s main beauty chain has just gone online! However, it is not through its own online site, but rather, through popular online shopping site Zalora. According to Coconuts Singapore, Zalora regional managing director Harry Markl, has also revealed that Zalora’s beauty department will soon come under the Sephora umbrella, meaning the product range you’ll find there will be similar to what you may find in a Sephora retail store. This includes all the beauty accessories, bath and body care, make up and skincare and every other new products Sephora carries. In Singapore, there are a total of 9 Sephora outlets, which are widely patroned by female shoppers. Other than carrying its own Sephora products, it also carries several other prestigious brands such as Dior, Lancome, Hollywood’s GlamGlow and many more. For every purchase above S$40 on Zalora, you get to enjoy free delivery. There is also a flexible return policy when you shop through Zalora. Sephora is among some of the recent brands which are all moving online to harness the online traffic for more customers. Other than Zalora, some of the online shopping sites which are aggressively marketing themselves include Japanese’s Rakuten as well as China ... The post Good News! Sephora has gone online through online shopping site Zalora! appeared first on Vulcan Post. More »Good News! Sephora has gone online through online shopping site Zalora!
Japanese recipe site Cookpad has announced the acquisition of a 60 percent stake in Indonesia’s recipe sharing site DapurMasak for US$600,000. More »Another Indonesian startup eats dessert as Japan’s Cookpad acquires DapurMasak
By Sophie Knight TOKYO (Reuters) - In June 2011, when customers of now-bankrupt bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox agitated for proof that the Tokyo-based firm was still solvent after a hacking attack, CEO Mark Karpeles turned to the comedy science fiction novel "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy". During an online chat, Karpeles moved the equivalent of $170 million in bitcoin at today’s market rates - the virtual equivalent of a bank manager flashing a wad of cash in a wallet to establish credit. The gesture - with a sly wink to the "geek" culture Karpeles believed he shared with many of his 50,000 customers at the time, including an interest in coding, Japanese manga comics and science fiction - succeeded. By moving 424,242 bitcoins, Karpeles, then 26, evoked the random number, 42, described as the "meaning of life" in Douglas Adams' sci-fi novel. More »At Mt. Gox bitcoin hub, 'geek' CEO sought both control and escape
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