Thursday, 17 May 2012
PayPal reveals interesting stats about the state of mobile shopping in Singapore as well as introduces two new mobile commerce solutions for online businesses today.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Rumors have it that the first Windows 8 Tablets, featuring chips from Intel, should be available for public consumption in November of this year. Will the new OS for the smart device be a game changer?
The new Linux-based open source mobile OS can run Android applications via a program called Application Compatibility Layer (ACL), reports the Handheld Blog.
Google's source codes indicate that the company is working with Samsung on developing the first Nexus-branded tablet. The tablet is said to be powered by a Exynos 5250 dual-core processor, Mali T-604 GPU, has a Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and a 5-megapixel BSI rear camera.
Friday, 11 May 2012
The upcoming 7.85-inch iPad mini is said to arrive in October with a low price tag of US$200 to US$250, Apple watcher iMore reports.
Friday, 4 May 2012
The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich finally arrives on the Huawei MediPad. In addition, the 7-inch tablet will be retailing at a new recommended retail price of S$498 (including GST) without contract at authorized Huawei retailers.
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Amazon's Kindle Fire is now one of the most popular Android devices in the US, and the most prominent Android tablet in the market. But that doesn't mean Google is amused, because Amazon's version of Android is bringing developers into their yard.
Wednesday, 25 Apr 2012
Tim Cook takes a jab at Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system during a recent conference call. Although the Apple CEO did not mention Microsoft specifically, the insinuative remark was a little too obvious to miss.
Google hops onto the cloud storage bandwagon with Google Drive, which offers 5GB free storage and supports over 30 types of documents including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It is available now for PC, Mac and Android, and will come soon to the iPhone and iPad.
Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012
If you're hoping that Windows 8 comes as a one-size-fits-all operating system like OS X, you're out of luck. But thankfully, Microsoft has announced that the number of variations has been cut down to a grand total of four.