News: Just Announced
Friday, 7 Feb 2014
Nikon has added four more Coolpix cameras - P340, AW120, P600, and P530, to its Spring 2014 Coolpix digital camera series. Just last month, Just last month, Nikon had announced four Coolpix cameras, the S6700, the S2800, the L830 and the L330.
Panasonic has just announced the Lumix DMC-GH4 mirrorless system camera, which comes with new autofocus (AF) technology and the ability to shoot 4K video. The GH4 is the successor to the GH3 which was announced in late 2012.
It allows the transmission and splitting of audio signals from the TV to two Bluetooth headsets, or two Bluetooth speakers, or two receivers.
Thursday, 6 Feb 2014
Canon has introduced the new Pixma iP8770, which incorporates an additional Grey ink to the standard CMYK and Photo Black ink set, making stable neutral gray tones with reduced color shifts in color and monochrome printing possible, and reducing graininess in lighter areas of images.
Sony is releasing the pearlescent white version of its Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 tomorrow, 7th February. On top of that, Sony is also having an in-store promotion bundle from tomorrow till 28th Feb. Read on for more details.
In this month of love and friendship, BlackBerry 10 users are entitled to a free bundle of popular games, and a series of daily app giveaways.
Samsung Singapore today announced that the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7.0) Wi-Fi will be available in stores from February 8, Saturday. Read on to find out where you can purchase the Samsung tablet.
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014
Toshiba has announced the addition of storage products to its Singapore online store. In addition to Toshiba laptops, customers can now purchase Toshiba FlashAir Wireless SD cards, high performance Exceria SD cards, as well as Q-series SSDs online.
A SingTel spokesperson has confirmed to HardwareZone that a server glitch caused intermittent mobile data access for some customers at approximately 11.05AM. All data services were normalized within 20 minutes.
Pacemaker and Spotify have collaborated to roll out the Pacemaker for iPad app, which lets you DJ without requiring expensive gear, or be limited to only use music from local files.