Another year, another upgrade. October will be the month of Microsoft, and right before its Windows 7 desktop OS is officially available, the curtains are first raised for its mobile OS, Windows Mobile 6.5. The wait has been long and we won't keep you waiting, as we present Windows Mobile 6.5 in its entirety.
AMD's successful Puma notebooks are next in line for a refresh with the Tigris platform coming soon after Windows 7 debuts. Expect a mobile AMD 785G chipset, new 45nm Turion II processors and better power management. Also, the ultrathin Yukon platform gets an upgrade to Congo. More details inside.
We popped by Apple's local briefing event on the next version of its Mac OS, Snow Leopard, to see if there were any big frozen felines worth looking at. Cats aside, we'll get you acquainted quickly on what to expect from this affordable upgrade to the new Mac OS.
With the NATAS Travel Fair coming up, it's time we fuss over holiday destinations once more. Somewhere closer to home like Japan? Or perhaps some place more exotic like the Serengeti plains? Before you pack up and leave, be sure to check out our travel buying guide to help you pick the best gadgets for your trip. Bon Voyage!
As the saying goes, two's company and three's a crowd but in the case of Sony Ericsson, to quote singer Prince, we are going to be partying like it's a new year for these new phones that are coming in the 4th quarter of the year. Check out our special preview video to get the gist of Satio, Aino and Yari.
AMD's 780G chipset took the integrated graphics scene by surprise last year, blowing away its rivals. But it's time for an update and with the AMD 785G, the chipset gets upgraded to the newest features like DX10.1 and UVD 2.0. We examine if these features add anything significant in this performance update.
While we await the next wave of tech advances, we recap some of the best PC hardware that has passed through our lab this year and represent some of the finest money can buy. Presenting to you, our Editor's Choice pick for setting up a gaming system.
As mobile device manufacturers try to oust each other with their add-on online music services, service provider SingTel is also in the thick of the action, especially so with their new SingTel AMPed music download service. Full details and analysis of this newly launched service, right after the jump.
Talk about David and Goliath - that's exactly the scale of updates Intel had in store with the upcoming Pine Trail for the mini-notebook/nettop segment and the Nehalem-EX platform with 8-core, 24MB L3 cache, 16-thread crunching processors to upgrade the Xeon MP space. Expect these to be available by early 2010. Details inside.
With the upcoming school holidays and the Great Singapore Sales, now's actually the best time to get a gadget for someone close to your heart. As a bonus, you'll be saving the economy with your spending and that, dear readers, is always a good thing. So what are you waiting for? Check out our guide now!
- Intel targets entry-level markets with Atom x3 processors, celebrates innovation in Asia
- Google's internal codename for Android M is Macadamia Nut Cookie?
- Microsoft and Xiaomi rumored to be considering an acquisition of BlackBerry
- Pebble Time to start shipping on 27 May, Pebble Time apps to launch next week
- Intel launches Atom-powered Compute Stick!
- Toshiba will pull out of Singapore by end of May this year
- Ultra-thin waterproof Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet now available for pre-order
- Razer's new mouse mat displays 16.8 million colors