Tuesday, 6 Aug 2013
Is your Microsoft Surface RT tablet facing severe battery drain during connected standby mode after you installed Windows RT 8.1 Preview on it? Here's an unconventional (but simple) fix you can try.
SingTel has launched the first prepaid mobile plans in Singapore to allow users to surf the web and send email and instant messages to their heart's content.
Google is currently testing touch-friendly features on the test build of its Chrome Browser. In its latest build (nightly Canary build), a slide-to-navigate feature had been discovered. This feature allows users to simply swipe to navigate between web pages.
Sineoji is set to launch the 600Mbps Gigabit HomePlug AV2, the fastest HomePlug to empower users with gigabit-class performance and a truly robust powerline experience.
Monday, 5 Aug 2013
Located at VivoCity, this will be the second brand store which ASUS has collaborated with Newstead Technologies. Like the store at Sim Lim, it features an array of the latest range of ASUS notebooks and tablets displayed.
Designed to fold at the touch of a button, the rear wheels in the 4mom Origami stroller house generators, which enables it to self-charge while you stroll, or simply plug into a power mains when it runs out of power. It even has an LCD dashboard that feeds information from the stroller's several sensors.
Microsoft has dropped the price of its Surface Pro tablet by US$100 in the U.S., Canada, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan till August 29. Would we see a price cut here too?
Google will be rolling out a new feature called Android Device Manager which will be able to help pinpoint the location of lost devices, as well as get it to ring at maximum volume. Users can expect to start using the new service by the end of August.
Fans who have been waiting for a Mac version of Torchlight 2 have been told that the company has run into "unexpected complexities" porting the game, but assured that they are working on resolving it soon.
A Qualcomm senior executive has spoken out strongly about the needlessness of eight-core processors for mobile phones. Senior vice president, Mr. Anand Chandrasekher said that the company will not build such a processor as "we don't do dumb things." He was addressing the Taiwanese media at a roundtable discussion.