Thursday, 21 Feb 2013
Along with the introduction of PS4, Sony Computer Entertainment has also announced the Wireless Controller for PS4 (DualShock 4) and PS4 Eye.
Uber, an app which provides on-demand premium limousine service, officially launches in Singapore. We also share our experience using the app and their service.
Available in either Black or White, the first smartphone powered by BlackBerry 10, the Z10, will retail for S$918 inclusive of GST through SingTel, StarHub, and M1 from 7th March. Additionally, SingTel will be taking pre-orders from today onwards, with StarHub and M1 allowing customers to register their interest.
Employing a powerful custom chip containing x86-64 cores and a state-of-the-art graphics processor, the PS4 connects players to the larger world of experience offered by PlayStation, across the console and mobile spaces, and PlayStation Network (PSN).
You can start pre-ordering the BlackBerry Z10 from Singtel, starting from now. The telco is the only one accepting pre-orders for the device; M1 and StarHub have also opened pages for those who are interested to register their interest.
Samsung has been now rumored to choose to rely on a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor as opposed to its own Exynos 5 Octa processor for its upcoming Galaxy S IV phone due to "power consumption issues and temperature problems" in the latter.
StarHub is now offering pre-orders for the Sony Xperia Z. The pre-order will end 24 February, 2359 hours. Contract prices have since been updated in the article.
With a couple of hours more to go to the local launch for the BlackBerry Z10, registration of interests webpages for both M1 and StarHub have since gone live today.
Qualcomm has revealed the specifications of the new Snapdragon 400 and 200 processors. These new chips are targeted at mid-tier and entry level smartphones; unlike their high-end counterparts, the beefier Snapdragon 800 and 600 processors. Read on to uncover the details of these processors.
Google has just announced the new preview feature in Google Drive. Users can now quickly and easily browse through more than 30 file types in Google Drive without having to open them.