Thursday, 23 May 2013
Case maker OtterBox has announced that it has acquired rival LifeProof. This effectively also ends the patent dispute between both companies.
Friday, 17 May 2013
HP's first Android product, the Slate 7 tablet, will be available in Singapore from June 6th. First announced at MWC 2013 in February, the Slate 7 is powered by an ARM Dual Core Cortex-A9 1.6 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and a 7" FFS+LCD display with a resolution of 1024 x 600.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Irish mobile insurance website MobileCover has just launched in Singapore, and will now be offering insurance coverage on mobile devices (phones and tablets). Insured devices that have been lost, stolen, accidentally damaged or in need of replacement will be replaced or repaired and sent to the customer's doorstep.
Monday, 13 May 2013
According a Q1, 2013 report by Canalys, 59.5 percent of all smart devices in the market -- 308.7 million smartphones, tablets and notebooks -- were running Google's Android operating system. Apple was in second place with a 19.3 percent market share and Microsoft had a market share of 18.1, just slightly behind Apple.
Frustrated that your Surface Pro's pen doesn't support pressure sensitivity in apps like Photoshop? We've the answer for you: Head over to Wacom's website now to download the new Windows 8 driver.
Friday, 10 May 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in Singapore from 25 May in two versions: Wi-Fi only and LTE.
ASUS posted a video on YouTube to tease its upcoming products at Computex 2013, which will include a new Transformer tablet with a stylus.
Thursday, 9 May 2013
According to a report by PC World, HP will be standardizing the design and features of all of its notebooks and tablets to cut manufacturing costs and help customers better identify its products.
Tuesday, 7 May 2013
ASUS will launch several small Windows 8 tablets later this year as prices of these devices are expected to fall below US$300.
Adobe surprised everyone today by revealing the Projects Mighty and Napoleon hardware prototypes. The Mighty is Adobe's take on a cloud-connected stylus, while the Napoleon is a new kind of digital stencil; the projects are an attempt to digitise the creative workflow from pen and paper to stylus and tablet.