Singapore-based Nanoveu says it has patent-pending, precision technology called EyeFly3D that allows 3D content to be viewed without glasses.
FOVE has announced the completion of an initial proof-of-concept of the world's first consumer-oriented eye-tracking head-mount display, and is on track to release a developers' kit in 2015.
Samsung Electronics Singapore yesterday announced its latest lineup of monitors, which include Ultra High Definition (UHD) models and even narrower bezels than before.
HTC has launched the HTC One E8, which introduces new materials and colours to the HTC One family, the same day as Xiaomi launched its Mi4.
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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) revealed the winners of its first maritime-themed hackathon, the Smart Port Hackathon 2014, on July 20.
Microsoft announced July 17 US time that it is restructuring to simplify its organisation and align the new Nokia Devices and Services business that was acquired in April with its overall strategy, a move that will cut up to 18,000 positions over the next year.
MediaTek unveiled on July 15 technology on its MT6595 and MT6795 chips to enhance the mobile experience, including what it says is a world first.
Acer introduced the industry’s first Chromebooks using a 4th Generation Intel Core i3 processor on July 10 US time. The Acer C720 Chromebook is available in two models powered by the fourth generation Intel Core i3 processor to provide more responsive performance for multi-tasking.
Adults around the world remain hooked on TV but consumption behaviour has changed, according to global research consultancy TNS. TV content alone is no longer enough to satisfy us, driving the growth of online media and an activity called ‘screen-stacking’ as a result.
US media reported 7 July US time that Android Wear has a bug when it comes to downloading paid apps.
Xiaomi last week released the Xiaomi MiPad tablet for sale in China, its first tablet device with a Retina-quality display. As with other products from the company, the MiPad was sold exclusively via an online flash sale that