Category: Gadgets

D-Link wi-fi camera comes with edge-based person detection

D-Link has announced the DCS-8302LH Full HD outdoor wi-fi camera with artificial intelligence edge-based person detection. It can identify human movement to minimise false alarms.

Huawei readies HarmonyOS for 2021 smartphones

If nothing changes in its relationship with Google, Huawei is ready to unleash its HarmonyOS on its smartphones in 2021. And from what was shared during a keynote by Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business at Huawei Developers Conference, the new OS may well hold its own against the well-established Android and iOS.

Xiaomi rolls out curved gaming monitor and portable photo printer in Singapore

Xiaomi has rolled out the Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34″ and Mi Portable Photo Printer in Singapore. Both products are available for purchase online at the official Xiaomi store on Lazada, and offline at Authorised Mi Stores in Singapore and through other official offline retailers.

Experience 90fps gaming with OnePlus and PUBG Mobile

Attention gamers! OnePlus is teaming up with PUBG Mobile to bring 90fps gaming experience on selected OnePlus devices — OnePlus 8 series, OnePlus 7T series and OnePlus 7 Pro — from August 6 to September 6. The caveat is that this exclusive experience is not available in China, Japan and Korea.

Zoom launches DTEN Me collaboration device

Following its phenomenal popularity, Zoom has created Zoom for Home, a new category to support people working remotely. The first product is the DTEN Me, a 27-inch an all-in-one personal collaboration device that comes with three built-in wide-angle cameras, an eight-microphone array and an ultra-responsive touch display for interactive screen sharing.

China Unicom and Singtel collaborate on eSIM swap

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China Unicom and Singtel have inked an agreement to collaborate on embedded SIM (eSIM) swap. This move will allow enterprise customers of both telcos to perform eSIM changes over-the-air (OTA) without having to manually configure their devices’ SIM cards to change networks in either China or Singapore.

Huntkey releases surge protector power strip with USB-C port

Huntkey has announced the SMC127C surge protector power strip that comes with a USB Type-C (or USB-C) charging port — a sign of the growing popularity of this port in devices. It also sports 12 US-type AC sockets and a USB-A port to offer lots of charging options.