Thursday, 3 Nov 2011
The folks at Ars Technica ran some tests recently to find out just how much data Siri is using over the 3G network.
Google released a Gmail app for its iOS counterparts yesterday, but has since removed the app due to a bug.
Rovio's Angry Birds continues to churn out the merch like no other mobile app. But unlike a collection of plush green pigs, this is one item we might actually consider buying.
A free set of cooler mounting kits will be provided if you bought one of these coolers - Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus, Thermaltake Frio OCK, and Thermaltake Frio - prior to Oct 2011.
Apple has confirmed that there are several bugs in iOS 5 that caused battery woes for iPhone 4S users. A software update will be released within weeks to address the issue.
A Mac OS X Trojan, DevilRobber steals your digital currency as well as your private information. It consumes your GPU's computing time for its own nefarious purpose too.
Wednesday, 2 Nov 2011
Seagate is streamlining its flagship family of desktop drives under a single product line-up. Existing Barracuda XT and Barracuda Green series products will merge within a new Barracuda line-up in the near future.
At 1.33kg, the SH771 offers long battery life, DTS Boost, in-built security features, and the USB Anytime Charging plus, which allows busy professionals to charge their devices without having to power up the Lifebook.
Synology launches the DiskStations DS212+, DS212, and DS212j, all engineered to consume less energy and filter out noise, making them ideal for extremely quiet office environments.
Announced back in September, the Samsung NX200 has finally been released in Singapore. It's the fifth in Samsung's NX mirrorless system camera series, each of which sports a DSLR-sized APS-C sensor in a small body.