The story of Post-it Notes is one of the most successful failure stories of the 20th century, and we were there at 3M to hear it being told from the “father of Post-it notes” himself; Dr. Geoff Nicholson. Hear what he has to say about discovery, innovation and the challenges that companies face.
One of the biggest attractions for any IT fair is the telco deals bundled with loads of goodies, and all sorts of mobile accessories to complement your latest purchases. Here's what to look for in your new mobile gadget at IT Show 2013!
The main feature of the Third Rail Slim iPhone case is the slide-on battery which fits in at the back of the case. The Lithium-ion 1,250mAh battery has a set of five lights which display the level of charge for the device. Still, is it worth its S$159 price tag? We find out.
Developed with both US and UK military standards in mind, the Griffin Survivor Extreme-Duty Case shields against extreme weather conditions including dirt, sand, rain, shock, and even vibration. Read on to see how we rated it.
Designed to be pocket-sized and user-friendly, the ICD-TX50 reminds us of the second-generation iPod Nano with its black, rectangular shape. Highlights include a quick charge function as it can provide up to a full hour of recording after just three minutes of charging. But is it worth its S$199 price tag? Read on to find out.
It won't be long before you can purchase an actual NVIDIA Project Shield handheld gaming system off the shelf, so hop in and find out how it works, our initial hands-on experience with the device and if you'll be a potential owner of Project Shield.
Designed to be ultra-lightweight without compromising on style, the LunaTik Lynk is constructed from aluminum and silicone. With so many wristband accessories for the 6th and 7th gen iPod Nano, how will this one stand out? Read on to find out.
The Epson Moverio BT-100 is a head-mounted display with see-through lenses. You can watch movies, listen to music, surf the internet, and even play games on it. It's also designed for people on the move. Best of all, it runs Android, so function expandability is a given. Here's our verdict on this innovative gadget.
So this was 2012 and what has tech done? Another year over and a new one just about to begin. We look back on the year and analyze what went right and what went wrong in six major categories: Televisions, notebooks, tablets, cameras, mobile phones and gaming.
Sitex 2012 isn't complete if the telcos are not there and the good news is, they are! And right after buying your chosen mobile device, why not head on down to get some accessories? Here's a quick list to help you out!