Friday, 13 May 2011
Google's Android Market gets a revamp right after Google I/O, featuring a design change to both the mobile and desktop versions, and adding paid apps support to more countries.
Thursday, 12 May 2011
Panasonic announces a new addition of interchangeable lens system camera for LUMIX G Micro System - the DMC-G3. Featuring a 16.0-megapixel sensor and 1920 x 1080 full HD video recording capability, it achieves further by downsizing in both size and weight.
NAVTEQ is supplying NAVTEQ map and location data for the Olympus TOUGH TG-810 compact digital camera, currently available in Singapore.
On the last day of Google I/O 2011, the company reveals no plans for a Chrome OS tablet, leaving it strictly for the notebook form factor.
Dell announces Venue, an Android-based smartphone, designed to deliver the ultimate experience for people looking to enjoy more multimedia content on-the-go.
TUL Corporation introduces the 2nd generation of the Vortex Edition: the PCS+ HD6770 Vortex II Edition.
Twitter has released today a new mobile version of twitter.com to a small percentage of users on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android smartphones.
According to Ars Technica, a firmware hack allows early 2009 Mac Pro models to accept faster Xeon CPUs, as well as faster RAM, among others.
Developed with the objective of bringing enhanced productivity to small-medium sized offices and homes, the new PIXMA MX886, MX426, MX416 and MX366 incorporate improved features such as wi-fi capabilities, Advanced Media Handling, an ADF and Full HD Movie Print, making them equally versatile for business and personal usage.
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Nikon announces the discontinuation of COOLPIX S4100 and S6100.