- Mobile Phones
Friday, 27 Sep 2013
Priced at S$688, the HTC One Mini in Glacial Silver will be available at all three telcos starting tomorrow, 28 September. The Stealth Black variant will hit stores at a later date.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is officially launched in Singapore today, and the three telcos have organized their own launch events to herald its arrival. Find out what went on this morning!
It has been revealed recently that Microsoft is working on unifying its Windows Phone Store and Windows Store into a single store that caters to all devices. The updated store is also said to debut when Windows Phone 8.1 and a special Windows 8.1 update are ready for launch in the second quarter of 2014.
In addition to their iPad buyback program, Microsoft will now also offer customers US$200 for their iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 at select retail stores in the U.S. and Canada.
Now it's possible to transform your paper Post-It notes into digital notes. 3M has teamed up with Evernote to allow users to upload their Post-It notes to their Evernote accounts with Evernote's Post-It Note camera. Hit the link for more details.
Thursday, 26 Sep 2013
Nokia's 41MP PureView-equipped Lumia 1020 Windows Phone 8 smartphone will be available in Singapore on Saturday, 5th October for $999 in white, black and yellow from all three telcos. The phone will include a free 1020 black camera grip while stocks last.
Google announced today, that Google Play Books for Android, iOS and web, is now available in Singapore. Famous Singaporean books like Riot Green and Conversations with Lee Kuan Yew can now be bought and downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Following the popularity of Apple's gold iPhone 5S, Samsung seems keen to jump in on the 'gold rush', with two gold edition Galaxy S4s appearing on Samsung Middle East's official Facebook page.
Wednesday, 25 Sep 2013
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Ace 3 With LTE that packs a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS, and NFC connectivity. It also includes a 5-megapixel camera that's geared with features like Sound & Shot, Best Photo, and Buddy Photo Share.
According to a teardown report by IHS, Apple spends about US$191 on components to build a 16GB iPhone 5S and US$8 on manufacturing the device for a total of US$199 (S$250). This makes it roughly the same as last year's iPhone 5, which IHS estimates cost Apple about US$205.