Apple Devices Now Compatible With 8BitDo Controllers

8BitDo controllers are now compatible with Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, and Macs, thanks to firmware upgrades and recent software updates from Apple (iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, tvOS 16.3, and macOS 13.2). While compatibility is currently limited to certain models such as the Lite SE, Pro, Pro 2, SN30 Pro+, Continue Reading

Dead by Daylight Mobile x Sadako Rising Collaboration Event 

A significant update has been released for Dead by Daylight Mobile, the popular 4v1 horror action asymmetrical multiplayer game. This update introduces various graphical improvements, new functionalities, and fresh content, including the Sadako Rising Collaboration event. This event features Sadako, the vengeful ghost from the Ringu franchise, who possesses the Continue Reading

Dungeons & Dragons Activities In Conjunction Of New Movie

Wizards SEA invites all aspiring clerics, fighters, magic users, and thieves to gather a party, or join a new one, of adventurers for some fantasy fun in the world’s first role-playing game (RPG), Dungeons and Dragons (D&D). In conjunction with the release of the upcoming movie, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, which Continue Reading

Logitech Debuts In Watsons To Offer Consumers Greater Accessibility

In an industry first, Logitech Singapore has inked a strategic partnership with Watsons, Singapore’s leading beauty and health retailer, with the aim of retailing a variety of its lifestyle and tech products in-store islandwide.  Products from Logitech’s personal workspace solutions category – including the K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard, Pebble Wireless Continue Reading

Google Warns Of Exploitable Flaws In Android Phones, Urges Action

Google’s security research team has identified vulnerabilities in Samsung chips, which are present in numerous Android devices, wearables, and automobiles. The team is concerned that these flaws may be discovered and exploited soon. According to a recent blog post by Google’s Project Zero head, Tim Willis, the company’s security researchers Continue Reading