Macworld 2007 has just come to a close and wrapping up our Macworld coverage is a spread of interesting products and sights that caught our attention at the exhibition floor. The iPod as usual was showered with most love from the industry, but there's more than just its accessories; Read on!
After the Apple TV announcement, we move on towards the product that really shook the floor this MacWorld, the Apple iPhone. In this article, we take you through a virtual tour of the iPhone, its features, functionality, operation and our take on Apple's most anticipated hybrid device.
The first hardware product announced in the keynote is the Apple TV (formerly dubbed the iTV). We got around to see how it works, its hardware specifications, and of course details on pricing and availability.
It's that time of the year again when the industry launches an onslaught of new products and gadgets to capture our fascination and Apple is at it again in Macworld 2007. Before the event gets started, we thought of feeding your inquisitiveness with what's around at ground zero with an appetizer article.
Already shaping up to be a yearly feature from Sony, the recently concluded Sony Christmas Fest 2006 was held at Suntec Convention Centre Room 201-210 from 15th - 17th December. Almost everything was going at an attractive rate.
Alongside its Customer Service Centre and Canon Digital Hub at Keppel Bay Tower, Canon's LiNK store, a massive 3,500 square feet outlet, has just opened its doors at VivoCity, effectively turning the Harbourfront area into a Canon Hub.
Shirking the strict business look, Fujitsu unveiled a series of ultra-slick concept laptops at their latest showcase, along with a preview of their latest notebook, the P7230, and a couple of interesting tablet PCs. So hop in and take a good look at these new 'models'.
Sony's colorful and bubbly VAIO C notebooks won the hearts of the the young stars and starlets of Channel U's Project Superstar at Caldecott Hill last night. Pulling a few strings, we managed to find our way around the tight security tapes to bring you closer to them.
Avid overclockers can look forward to the arrival of OCZ Technology in APAC. Fresh from the OCZ Summit in Taipei, witness massive overclocking with the new FlexXLC RAM, a hush-hush announcement by OCZ and grab sneak peeks at ASUS and Gigabyte's latest unreleased motherboards.
Reporting direct from the ITU Telecom World 2006 exhibition in Hong Kong, we've got a lot of new goodies to share with you from Samsung's booth. Introducing the Ultra Music, Ultra Video and Ultra Messaging mobile phones as well as other trendy newcomers, you're in for a treat.
- M1 announces price plans for the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3
- Toshiba announces the Satellite Radius 11, 2-in-1 convertible notebook
- Xiaomi moves international user data outside of China
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- Google's Inbox app is the evolution of email
- Spotify announces Spotify Family – music sharing for your entire family
- Which Android phones will be getting Google's Lollipop update?
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