Friday, 18 Oct 2013
Samsung Mobile Singapore confirms that it is aware of the battery issues on the Galaxy S4 and is offering a free replacement battery for affected customers.
Popular BitTorrent search website Isohunt has agreed today to shutdown all of its operations worldwide after losing its legal battle against the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America). The company, founded by Canadian Gary Fung, has also agreed to pay the movie studios that sued it US$110 million.
StarHub just issued a press statement that its fibre broadband service in Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang and Woodlands now appears to be fully restored. Details of the compensation for affected customers will be revealed soon.
The 128MB internal cache on the Super Talent PCIe DX1 further speeds up application load times and the overall unit is easily mounted without any cables.
ASUS Singapore just announced that the Nexus 7 (2013) with 32GB LTE and 32GB Wi-Fi will be available in all ASUS authorized stores and all three telcos from tomorrow, 19 October
The Ubuntu Edge may have failed to see the light of day, but you can now create your own Ubuntu smartphone with the release of Ubuntu “Saucy Salamander” 13.10, the first Linux distribution to explicitly support smartphones and tablets (as well as desktop PCs).
Twitter will file its initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) instead of the tech-heavy Nasdaq. Its amended S-1 form, a requisite for IPO proceedings in the United States, revealed the company's intentions.
Google's upcoming Nexus 5 appears on the Play Store and comes with a price tag of US$349 for the 16GB model.
NVIDIA has just announced its new GameWorks initiative, as well as three new SDKs that will help simplify the work of game developers and artists by solving classically difficult graphics problems.
Acer has announced the Iconia W4, an 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet. Powered by an Intel Atom 1.8GHz processor, it now comes with an IPS display for wide viewing angles. Prices start from US$330.