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Friday, 25 May 2012
Scheduled to be released in July 2012, this interchangeable lens features a fully open large aperture of f1.8, and is optimized for studio, stage, and indoor sports photography.
Designed to solve PC hardware problems before they occur, the ECS Nonstop technology comprises of four interlocking tests and enhancements which work together to protect PCs.
Viki, an online streaming site gaining traction, has just inked deals with Warner Music, LEON and SEED to bring their music catalogs to their users. The best part of the new developments is the fact that they will also be in effect in the South East Asian region.
The Refer-A-Friend Program will enable a user to get a bonus 20GB of free storage, or a total of 30GB of free storage, by referring SurDoc to friends and colleagues.
HTC just announced that the LTE variant of the One X, known by its official name as the HTC One XL, will be available from early June at a recommended retail price of S$998 (inclusive of GST) without line contract.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
The MDR-V55 and MDR-ZX600 feature large 40mm driver units with Neodymium magnets which guarantees rich sounds with extended bass, and are designed with swiveling earcups which fold flat.
BIOSTAR has announced that it will debut its Z77-based BIOSTAR Puro Hi-Fi motherboard series at Computex 2012. They will feature independent audio power design and a built-in amplifier. BIOSTAR claims that this integrated Puro Hi-Fi solution will even appeal to the most demanding audiophiles!
With Thunderbolt incorporated into the Z77A-GD80 motherboard, users will no longer face poor data transfer rates or fluctuating transfer speeds when sending and receiving large files concurrently. Other features include Super Charger, Control Center II, THX Trustudio Pro, Virtu Universal MVP and more.
The enhanced AMPed 2.0 service offers an extensive song catalogue, and smooth streaming of songs to Apple and Android smartphones. Users can also start communities, create and share playlists, and post comments, just to name a few.
Hardware and software improvements in Windows 8 have drastically reduced the time for Windows 8 to respond to the 'F8' keystroke; hence, its removal from Windows 8 is simply natural progression to make user experience better in this new iteration of the operating system.