Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Nubox reopens its doors at Sim Lim Square today as a certified Apple Premium Reseller. To earn the APR accolade, Nubox has to ensure the store meets stringent requirements from Apple, such as impeccable customer service and floor space, among other conditions.
A new report from Daring Fireball's John Gruber has alleged that Apple will only announce its small tablet option during the first or second week of October and not together with the iPhone 5 on the 12th of Sept as earlier speculated.
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012
Apple is said to be ramping up production of the iPad Mini to four million units per month in preparation for an October launch.
Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
SingTel will be launching Singapore's first 4G service for tablets on 28th August. Consumers will have two tablet models to choose from at launch, which are the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300TL and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (LTE).
Friday, 17 Aug 2012
Two damage experts have testified on Samsung's behalf claiming that Apple may owe Samsung up to US$422 million for infringing on a number of Samsung patents. When Apple wanted to call more than 20 witnesses to the stand in defense, presiding judge Lucy Koh asked Apple's lawyers if they were smoking crack?
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
Popular photo-sharing social network site, Pinterest, introduces apps for the iOS and Android mobile platforms after opening its doors to the general public as opposed to its former invitation-only policy.
If you're one of those who bemoan the audio quality on tablets, well, help is on the way. Dolby has revealed plans to bring its Digital Plus surround sound codecs to tablets and other mobile devices.
Wednesday, 15 Aug 2012
An NTU researcher has developed a Social Cloud TV application which enables users and their mobile devices to "grab" onscreen content from their HDTV with a simple flick of the wrist.
The iPad mini is said to resemble a big iPod Touch "with smaller bezels along the sides in portrait mode", according to sources with inside knowledge on Apple's plans.
Samsung, Dell, and Lenovo, will join Asus and Microsoft in manufacturing ARM-based tablets and computers for Microsoft's upcoming Windows RT operating system.