Thursday, 27 Sep 2012
Google announced yesterday that its app store, Google Play hit 25 billion downloads. As part of its celebrations, Google is offering selected apps for just 25 cents for the next five days.
Tuesday, 25 Sep 2012
Clad in a black aluminum-alloy metallic finish, the 9.7-inch tablet comes equipped with a dual-core 1.5GHz ARM Corex A9 processor with 1GB DDR3 of RAM, and runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform. Priced at S$349, it will be available in local stores from October 2012.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
While many have clamored to download and install the latest update, not all compatible devices will be getting the promised 200+ features. We take a quick look again at what iOS 6 offers for the different Apple devices.
New iPad Mini assembled photos and a hands-on video have emerged since last week's major Apple event, with the dummy unit/real thing showcasing a pretty complete exterior, one that's in line with previous rumors about it resembling the iPod Touch.
Tuesday, 18 Sep 2012
Google has just forked out an undisclosed amount for Snapseed's developers, Nik Software. Snapseed is a mobile photo-editing software, and they're also allegedly Instagram's biggest rival.
Monday, 17 Sep 2012
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed just how much you'd need to score a Microsoft Surface tablet - somewhere between US$300 and US$800.
Thursday, 13 Sep 2012
The Apple iPad 2 is listed at S$398 after the Apple Store Singapore website was updated.
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012
The lackluster Google Drive app for iOS finally receives a justified update today, one that includes features like document creation, editing and management.
Monday, 10 Sep 2012
Even though the Kindle Fire has not yet shipped, Amazon has let a few key developments for the device be known. Apparently the default search engine for the product will be Microsoft's Bing. Customers will also have the option to remove the advertisements on the lock screen.
In light of the ongoing trial against Samsung, it is rumored that the first batch of the highly anticipated new iPhone (scheduled to be announced this Wednesday) will not use Samsung memory chips.