Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
iPhone design/development house Applidium has lay claims to cracking open Siri, prompting the possibility of the voice assistant being hacked onto other devices - including laptops and Android smartphones, according to Tech Crunch.
Skoob offers the works of Singapore writers, study guides, and educational books for primary and secondary school students. It is available on Apple and Android tablets and smartphones and can also be enjoyed on PCs and Macs using standard browsers.
Intel and MasterCard has just announced that it would collaborate to vastly improve the consumer experience and security for online shopping.
Google has officially released the source code for the long-awaited Android 4.0 a.k.a Ice Cream Sandwich. Does this mean we will all be having some dessert soon? Read on to find out.
A group of engineers has been busy at work in developing a Robot Bear that tickles you to stop you from snoring.
Samsung Electronics ends an agreement with RealD to develop an LCD-based 3DTV capable of delivering Full-HD 3D resolution to each eye using polarized glasses.
Monday, 14 Nov 2011
Designed for gaming performance measurement and comparison, 3DMark will be able to accurately measure and compare gaming across all devices and graphical feature sets available with Windows 8.
ASRock introduces several motherboards based on the Intel X79 Chipset.
Available in 2 variations, the game bundle includes the hottest FPS video game of the year - the Battlefield 3.
M1 intends to appeal against the penalty of S$300,000 imposed by IDA over its recent outage, stating that the company did not cross the impact threshold of 5% of base stations under the Code of Practice for Telecommunication Service Resiliency.