Thursday, 26 Sep 2013
BlackBerry showcased some new apps for its BlackBerry 10 platform at the BlackBerry Jam Asia Developer Conference in Hong Kong, which include top brands such as Sina Weibo and WeChat.
Nokia's 41MP PureView-equipped Lumia 1020 Windows Phone 8 smartphone will be available in Singapore on Saturday, 5th October for $999 in white, black and yellow from all three telcos. The phone will include a free 1020 black camera grip while stocks last.
Sporting a gently curved, IMAX-like screen, the 4.3mm-thin 55EA9800 features the Crystal Stand, incorporating unobtrusive forward-facing Clear Speakers. The Curved OLED TV reduced energy significantly, thanks to LG's patented Smart Energy Saving technology.
Google announced today, that Google Play Books for Android, iOS and web, is now available in Singapore. Famous Singaporean books like Riot Green and Conversations with Lee Kuan Yew can now be bought and downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Micron Technology has just announced the first shipment of their 2GB Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) engineering samples. They are touted to improve performance over standard DDR3 and DDR4 DRAM while simultaneously reducing power consumption.
To say that Windows RT has underperformed would be an understatement. Following the discontinuation of the XPS 10, it seems that Dell has joined other tablet makers in ditching Windows RT.
Apple has pulled a stealth refresh of its iMac line, bringing faster processors, graphics, storage and Wi-Fi to the new desktops. They are available for order now on Apple's website, and come ahead of the release of OS X Mavericks, which is rumored to launch next month alongside this year's new iPads.
Following the popularity of Apple's gold iPhone 5S, Samsung seems keen to jump in on the 'gold rush', with two gold edition Galaxy S4s appearing on Samsung Middle East's official Facebook page.
After the announcement of SteamOS, Valve has revealed their plans for hardware. Partnering up with different manufacturers, Valve plans on releasing multiple machines running SteamOS in early 2014.
AMD revs up its gears and introduces a new API (codenamed Mantle) that taps into its GPU architecture to help game developers get the best out of the GPU.