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Friday, 28 Nov 2014
Sony's new 4K ultra-short throw laser light source VPL-GTZ1 projector has finally debuted in Singapore, and features the ability to project high-resolution images of up to 147" from a mere throw distance of zero inches its edge.
Microsoft has revealed Windows 10 will officially support FLAC. Find out what the hype is all about.
Merging technology with classic analog movement, the Cogito Classic smartwatch is now available in Singapore and comes in a variety of colors and straps.
Good news for Galaxy Note Edge owners, the Straits Times has just released its official Galaxy Note Edge app, letting you read the latest local news and stories on your side Edge display.
Thursday, 27 Nov 2014
Starhub has confirmed that its broadband network and digital voice services were disrupted today and that some users are still facing intermittent difficulties. The telco says it is currently working to fully resolve this issue as quickly as possible.
You may not have any 4K media files yet, but AC Ryan has you covered with the Veolo 4K, its latest media player which supports 2160p files. And just in time for Sitex too!
Wednesday, 26 Nov 2014
After the outbreak of the 'Is this your photo?' SMS virus that is currently circulating, we reached out to a number of mobile security experts for their advice on how to deal with the virus.
Monday, 24 Nov 2014
Available in four different capacities and various colors, these slim and lightweight power banks use lithium-polymer battery cells and have their true capacities certified by BSMI Taiwan.
Codenamed Carrizo, the new APU will directly succeed AMD's big Kaveri launch early this year and is aimed at performance mobile computing devices, including the currently trending convertible form factor models, and AIO desktops. Leading the change in Carrizo is its new Excavator core, so dig in for in for more details and expectations.
Sunday, 23 Nov 2014
Thus far, it has only been mostly western developers who are developing games that'll use Mantle technology. At AMD's Future of Compute event though, that changed. Two giants in the Japanese video games industry have signed on. Who are they? Read on to find out.