Wednesday, 7 Dec 2011
Nokia's Lumia 710, one of two Windows Phone 7.5 devices announced this year, will be available in the coming weeks across M1, StarHub and SingTel, priced at S$505.
OnLive announces that it has launched an app which is able to run console-class games on tablets and smartphones.
XQD, the successor to today's high-end memory card format, is expected to be capable of writing data at a minimum speed of 125Mbps.
This major update, now available directly via your 3DS console, will enable you to shoot up to ten minutes of 3D video, make stop-motion animations, and more.
Users of BlackBerry Bold 9700/9780/9788, and BlackBerry Torch 9800 can download Wikitude on BlackBerry App World, and experience its extensive content.
Equipped with 3 double-sided heatpipes and 45 aluminum fins, a low-noise impeller, patented fan holder design and vibration absorption rubbers, the Freezer 64 PRO produces minimal noise while providing for robust heat dissipation.
A recent study by TomTom shows Clementi being the worst suburb for the morning commute, with travel time nearly two and a half times longer (147 percent increase) during morning peak hours.
Microsoft has given the community a taste of what the Windows Store will be like with a little preview at a recent event in San Francisco. According to them, equal thought has been given to how users and developers will access the platform.
iOS has recently seen a massive update to their Facebook apps, and it seems that Facebook for Android is next in line.
Taiwanese memory module manufacturer, Adata Technology has reported that rising demand for tablets, and an influx of short lead-time orders from the Ultrabook sector, led to SSD sales staying at high levels. Hopefully, the strong demand reported will lead to lower SSD prices.