- Event Coverage
Samsung has laid low with their notebook portfolio for the past few years. Well, not anymore. They are back in the game with a total of five spanking new mobile computers to go up against the bigger names of the industry. And they're also hungry for the netbook pie too. Welcome back 'Samy'.
We paid a visit to Bang & Olufsen's showroom deep in the heart of Singapore's bustling Central Business District to take a look at the biggest and most expensive television the Danish audio visual specialists have ever made, the 103-inch BeoVision 4-103 costing a cool S$230,000.
Join us as we bring you some of the secrets behind Nokia's quality assurance when it comes to mobile manufacturing. From the rigorous tests, to its innovative design and its production process, we reveal some of the things you might not know that go in to making your Nokia device.
Philips has established another "world's first" with the launch of the Cinema 21:9, a Full-HD LCD TV carved to cinematic proportions. Besides this 56-inch mega widescreen TV, Philips refreshed several product lineups from LCD TVs, SoundBars and AV systems as well. Dig our spread for more on what's to come from Philips.
To end off CommunicAsia 2009 with a big bang, we present to thee, all the ladies that smiled for our cameras for the week, and some of the more exciting highlights of this year's trade show. Here's looking at you, babe - the ladies and video highlights of CommunicAsia 2009!
In our continuing CommunicAsia 2009 coverage, we bring more exciting news from Sony Ericsson when they held their Asia Pacific event which saw the unveiling of its 12.1-megapixel camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Satio, a multimedia-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Yari and a gaming-centric device, the Sony Ericsson Aino.
Ground Zero @ CommunicAsia 2009 - Announcements were aplenty from Singapore Expo where the annual event was held with all things related to the communications sector. We start off with the key announcements from LG, Garmin-ASUS, HP and share some interesting findings from Yahoo and various other vendors.
Right after Nokia, we homed in on Samsung's announcements for the evening. Revealing the star of the day as the Samsung S8000 Jet, which is touted as a phone that's smarter than a smartphone, we were also privy to more devices under the Omnia branding - including the upcoming Samsung I8000 Omnia II!
Held at the Art House was Toshiba's launch of its new art collection. Before you rub your eyes in astonishment and shock, we're referring to their new notebooks that are pretty enough to qualify as art. We check it out.
In the first of many announcements during this week of CommunicAsia 2009, we give you a glimpse of what's to come from the Finnish company, Nokia. Amongst the devices featured, the spotlight this time is on the succeeding Nokia E72, the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic, and one that fits all, the Nokia 3710 Fold.
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- Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch likely to debut in Sep, luxury version in the works
- These countries are where the Apple iPhone SE is selling well
- Researchers just built a battery that is good for over 200,000 charge cycles
- Secretlab launches the Omega Elite, an all-leather gaming chair with a stealthy look
- Preliminary report shows Samsung dominating smartphone sales in Q1 2016
- Computer vision company Movidius just put a deep learning chip inside a USB drive
- Microsoft is exploring the possibility of using synthetic DNA as a storage medium