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Friday, 8 Nov 2013
NVIDIA has launched the GeForce GTX 780 Ti yesterday, squarely contending with AMD's highest-tiered Radeon R9 290X. Read on to check out our roundup of the add-in cards that are set to hit local shelves.
Bang & Olufsen today unveiled their first wireless speakers ever. Based on a new wireless transmitting technology by WiSA, the BeoLabs 17, 18 and 19 are the first consumer speakers to make use of this new technology.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
Looking to upgrade your graphics card but the R9 290X is a tad too pricey? Add-in card partners Gigabyte, PowerColor, and MSI have launched their variants of the less aggressive sibling, the Radeon R9 290. We round up the options coming to your retail store.
Parallels has announced Parallels Business Solutions, offering businesses the tools necessary to succeed in a mixed Windows and Mac world.
In conjunction with the launch of IE11, Microsoft Singapore today unveiled Inori Aizawa (藍澤 祈), an original anime character whose backstory symbolizes the browser's transformation into a contemporary browser. A special anime version of IE11 featuring Inori will also be made available for download starting today.
Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez has revealed two major new developments which seek to improve the music streaming service. One is focussed on expanding how users discover new content while the second aims to increase Deezer's reach.
Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013
The local telco's investigations showed that the fire was caused by an employee not following strict maintenance procedures, including the use of an unauthorized blowtorch. The fire was localized at the affected lead-in pipe, one of three separate pipes that houses cables connecting to customer homes and business premises.
Equipped with the AMD E2-3000 APU platform, the AE200 AIO PC sports a transparent bezel, and now features the E2-3000 integrated with AMD Radeon HD 8280 graphics for a boost in multimedia and 3D performance compared to previous generations.
MobileIron has announced new capabilities to accelerate the adoption of Android in the enterprise.
The NVIDIA GRID technology is now available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) through its newly announced Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) G2 instance, delivering GPU acceleration to users running graphics-intensive applications and games in the cloud.