Monday, 4 Feb 2013
Adobe Singapore has announced the launch of its education store, allowing students and teachers a convenient way to purchase Adobe creative and design technologies such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Acrobat at discounts of up to 80%.
According to Evleaks, the company is allegedly preparing two more Android devices to debut later this year, code-named M4 and G2.
Google's Chromebook might not be available in Singapore yet, but it's slowly gaining traction in the education industry. It's now present in 2000 schools globally -- double the number of schools with Chromebooks 3 months ago.
According to new papers filed with the FCC, Google Glass may come with bone conduction technology for delivering audio for the user. In its filing, Google mentions a vibrating element which will be responsible for rendering audio while video plays.
Saturday, 2 Feb 2013
MyRepublic is celebrating its opening of its first Singapore store today - the first in MyRepublic's planned chain of retail outlets that will focus on promoting and showcasing the experience of Next Generation high-speed fibre broadband and its applications.
Friday, 1 Feb 2013
Capable of accommodating up to seven fans of different sizes, the Core 3000 USB 3.0 includes a removable front panel equipped with fan filters to provide for a dust-free interior, and USB 3.0 ports on the front I/O panel.
The application will be available for purchase on online app stores soon and free of charge with the release of the Jabra Vox, Jabra Revo, and Jabra Revo Wireless headphones in February 2013. The Jabra Revo Wireless headphones will be the first wireless headphones in the world to offer Dolby Digital Plus for this enhanced music experience.
In Pebble Blue and Marble White, the Samsung Galaxy S III mini will be available starting tomorrow, 2 Feb 2013, Saturday, at S$568, without line contract.
A mysterious new YouTube video and website from Sony have been making the rounds on the Internet teasing at a big event scheduled for 20th February at 6PM EST. Could it be the announcement of Sony's next generation Playstation 4?
Symantec Security Response has discovered that fake FedEx emails have been circulating. In these emails, users are asked to click on a link to print out a receipt in order to retrieve their parcel in person from the nearest FedEx office. Unsuspecting users who click on the link will be greeted by a PostalReceipt.zip file containing a malicious executable file named "PostalReceipt.exe", where a malware, "Trojan.Smoaler", will then be delivered to their computer.