Monday, 20 May 2013
Today, we were briefed on MSI's soon to be released G-Series gaming notebooks. The latest generation of gaming notebooks from MSI will feature the newest Haswell Intel processors and AMD APUs. Read on to find out what you can expect.
ASRock has announced the availability of the A-Style 2T2R dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi module with Bluetooth v4.0 wireless technology. The new Wi-Fi chip will be featured on new select Intel 8-series motherboards.
Sony introduces a new high-capacity portable charger, the CP-F10L. This charger packs an impressive 10,000mAh charge in a slim and lightweight aluminum body. Read on for more details.
Samsung officially introduces two new smartphones, the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8 devices.
Samsung officials confirm that the company will be unveiling the Galaxy Note III at IFA 2013 in Germany.
Rumors had been circulating that Yahoo might be about to make big waves soon. Now, it is all but certain that the Yahoo board has approved a US$1.1 billion acquisition for the popular micro-blogging site Tumblr.
Friday, 17 May 2013
Jon Peddie Research has reported the shipment figures for graphics chips for Q1 of this year. It also tallied the market share figures for major players like Intel, AMD and NVIDIA. While Intel has retained the lion's share, it has slid 5.3 per cent compared to its last quarter.
Canon is announcing an EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM lens with a built-in 1.4x extender, by flicking a lever the lens converts to a 280-560mm f/5.6 lens. The EF200-400MM F4L IS USM Extender 1.4X lens will be available end May, with a recommended retail price of S$16,599.
The high-end Shure SE846 adopts a four-driver design and a three-way configuration. Via an innovative low-pass filter, Shure claims that the SE846 is able to achieve the low-end performance of a true subwoofer.
It's not the first time we've seen a white Nexus 4 in the wild, but Android and Me says that they managed to snag one at the Google I/O conference and that it will reportedly be available on the Google Play Store on June 10th.