Monday, 11 Nov 2013
LG Electronics Singapore today announced that the G Pro Lite will be available at StarHub and its authorized dealers for a retail price of $498.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is developing iPhones with bigger displays and curved glass for release next year. In addition, Apple is said to testing new pressure-sensitive technology which can detect various levels of pressure.
Friday, 8 Nov 2013
Tat Chuan Acoustic has announced the Klipsch KMC1 Bluetooth Speaker and the Sonos Play:1 Wireless Speaker. These two wireless speakers may sound familiar to you as they were previously featured during CEE 2013 about a week ago.
OCZ has refreshed its flagship Vector drive with the new Vector 150, which is based on newer 19nm NAND technology.
NVIDIA has launched the GeForce GTX 780 Ti yesterday, squarely contending with AMD's highest-tiered Radeon R9 290X. Read on to check out our roundup of the add-in cards that are set to hit local shelves.
Bang & Olufsen today unveiled their first wireless speakers ever. Based on a new wireless transmitting technology by WiSA, the BeoLabs 17, 18 and 19 are the first consumer speakers to make use of this new technology.
Google is locking down Chrome for Windows users by blocking the downloading and installation of any Chrome extensions not found in the company's own Chrome Web Store. Google says that malicious extensions that take advantage of the option to side-load additional extensions upon install are the "leading cause of complaints from our Windows users."
General Electric is experimenting with 3D painting or cold spray technology to repair metal parts. This process involves spraying metal powders at high speeds (up to Mach 4) to add material to an existing metal part for repairs. Akin to 3D printing, it can also be used to build a metal component.
Sony reveals in a blog post on its Android upgrade roadmap for existing devices.
Microsoft says it's aware of targeted attacks mainly in the Middle East and South Asia, which affect customers using Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Office 2003-2010, and all supported versions of Microsoft Lync. While a security update is in the works, concerned users can apply a Microsoft Fix it solution now.