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Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013
From 26 December 2013 to 6 January 2014, you can download one gift every day via the Apple's 12 Days of Gifts app. Hit the link to find out more.
Monday, 9 Dec 2013
Soft Gear has updated its Graphyte 2.2 3D game engine to support Android OS. Before this, the development platform was supported on Apple iOS and Windows only. This move will provide game developers an avenue to expand their titles to include gamers who are exclusively on the Android OS.
Thursday, 5 Dec 2013
Canon has released its new firmware update service for the EOS C100 HD camcorder that supports the innovative Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, enabling continuous auto-focusing with Canon’s entire EF lens lineup.
EZ-Link Pte Ltd today announced the world's first NFC mobile app for EZ-Link card top-ups. It promises to deliver convenience for consumers in Singapore and marks a step closer to transforming Singapore into a cashless society.
Wednesday, 4 Dec 2013
VSCO Cam, one of the most popular photography apps on iOS, is now available for Android devices.
Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
British artist Kyle Lambert has finger-painted a portrait of Morgan Freeman on his iPad Air, and the result is scary (in a good way). Bookmark this and show it to the next person who tells you that the iPad is only a toy.
Wired reports that Google has sneakily banned the use of more than 1,4000 English words in its Google Keyboard app for Android users. Hit the link to find out more.
Monday, 2 Dec 2013
Julie Larson-Green, executive VP of Devices and Studios at Microsoft, has said that Microsoft now has three mobile operating systems and "we're not going to have three." Somehow we don't think they're going to kill Windows Phone and Windows, so it's going to be you, RT.
Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
Ever wanted to make a 3D model of something but didn't know how? The Structure Sensor from Occipital turns an iPad into a mobile 3D scanner, and lets you turn anything into a 3D model.
Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013
Speaking at last week's UBS Global Technology Conference, Microsoft executive vice president, Devices and Studios, Julie Larson-Green said it is not possible for the company to continue offering three disparate versions of Windows operating system.