Wednesday, 30 Jan 2013
Pentax has announced the latest versions of their distinctive looking rugged digital compacts; the WG-3, WG-3 GPS and the WG-10. The WG-3 GPS is compatible with the wireless Qi (inductive power standard) recharging system and can recharge wirelessly.
Security experts from Rapid7 have recommended disabling the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) protocol on network-enabled devices. This is to prevent hackers from exploiting inherent flaws in the UPnP protocol to gain unauthorized access to their networks remotely.
Logitech is extending its Mac lineup with the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac, iPad, and iPhone, and the Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac.
A recent price listing by Austrian online retailers has revealed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (16GB, WiFi) will be priced between €450 to €480, with its 32GB counterpart at €490 to €550.
Nokia sent out press invites for its event on 25 February at MWC 2013.
Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet will ship with less free storage than marketed because of the Windows 8 install, built-in apps and recovery partition.
Hacker geohot, AKA George Hotz -- best known for hacking the iPhone and Playstation 3 -- has developed a new photo sharing app that uses both the front and back cameras to capture both the subject and your reaction.
Philips has announced that they will be withdrawing from the Consumer Electronics market. The business will be sold to Japanese company Funai Electric and Philips will be focusing its attention on the highly competitive medical equipment sector.
After two previously failed attempts, Apple has successfully filed a trademark claim with the U.S. patent office on the design of its signature minimalist retail stores.
The fourth generation Apple iPad will soon be available with a whopping 128GB of flash storage built-in. It will be available for purchase from selected Apple authorized resellers and the Apple online store from 5th February (US timing) with prices starting from just above S$1,000.