Tuesday, 2 Apr 2013
The LuminAID light is a solar-powered, inflatable light which packs flat and can be inflated to create a lightweight lantern. It was designed by LuminAID Labs co-founders Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta to provide light in post-disaster situations, and is now available at selected shops in Singapore.
StarHub has announced the launch of 'Game On', Singapore's first mobile game subscription service which gives StarHub Mobile post-paid subscribers easy access to over 100 of the world’s best and highly recommended Android games for S$5.35 (30-day recurring subscription).
The ADS-2600W desktop touchscreen scanner delivers a full suite of features to help collaborate, update, and access documents while embracing the convenience of cloud technology.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has posted an apology on Apple's Chinese website, followed by details on how the company would amend its warranty policies in China. The apology comes after China's state-run media criticized Apple's warranty policies on certain products.
According to data from Net Applications, market share of Windows 8, though increasingly steadily, is only at 3.31%. More than 80% of Windows users are still using Windows 7 and XP.
Android Police managed to obtain the Facebook phone application package file (APK) and uncovered some new details on what to expect at the Facebook event on 4 April.
According to TechEye.net, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has been approached by headhunters who were looking to find Intel's next CEO. Although this report warrants some doubt, it is not unthinkable as we reported last month that Intel was seriously considering outside candidates for its top job.
Monday, 1 Apr 2013
NVIDIA has just announced its GeForce GT 700M-class of mobile GPUs based on its critically acclaimed Kepler architecture.
Kingston has announced the all-new black printed circuit boards (PCB) on two of its product lines - HyperX Beast and HyperX black.
Panasonic President Kazuhiro Tsuga has revealed a new three-year business plan where he vows to "get rid of the loss-making businesses." Panasonic says that it will reorganize and reduce the number of business units to 49 from the current 88.