Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
Intel is launching a new series of SSDs for data centers and cloud computing to enhance hosting of cloud applications. Named the DC S3500 Series, it is designed for read-intensive applications including web hosting, cloud computing, and data center virtualization.
Packed with the Intel Haswell Core i5/i7 processor and NVIDIA GTX650 graphics, the D2308 features 3 antennas for maximum signal reception and wireless throughput with a maximum speed of 450Mbps.
Sony is raising its sales projections of its new Playstation 4 console after E3, after it has been warmly received by gamers.
The manufacturers of Gorilla Glass, Corning, has just announced that they're working on a flexible version of Gorilla Glass. This new glass, called Willow Glass, will enable hardware manufacturers to create not only thinner devices, but also devices with unconventional form factors.
GEAK, a subsidiary of online games giant Shanda, will be releasing a watch that not only runs Android 4.1, but manages to squeeze in many other features including a pedometer. Hit the link to find out more about this smart watch.
Monday, 17 Jun 2013
The Singapore White Spaces Pilot Group has today announced nine new members and its next wave of TV White Space commercial pilot deployments. The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has also announced the start of a public consultation on the use of TVWS technology in Singapore.
Hip-hop artiste and entrepreneur Jay-Z, has entered into a partnership with Samsung to give away one million copies of his new album "Magna Carta Holy Grail" for free. Only the first million Galaxy (S3, S4 and Note 2) device owners who download the "Magna Carta" app will be eligible for this giveaway.
Google can never be faulted for not dreaming big enough. With their latest endeavor, Project Loon, Google is aiming to bring wireless networks to two out of three people on Earth with the help of balloons.
CPUID has just released CPU-Z for Android devices on Google Play, allowing users to see detailed information about their phones' and tablets' processors, memory and more.
Microsoft is reportedly paying up to US$100,000 to Windows Phone 8 application developers. By offering such lucrative cash incentives, the Redmond software giant hopes to bolster the offerings on its Windows store, so that people would be convinced to purchase a Windows Phone 8 device.