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Wednesday, 11 Sep 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the first smartphone to receive Qualcomm's latest technology, the Envelope Tracker chip, which is designed to increase power-efficiency related to LTE use, reducing heat, decreasing power consumption and improving transmit signals for faster uploads.
SingTel's website for customers to register their interest for the Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C is now live!
Apple's new iPhone 5S and 5C are stated to support the 1800MHz and 2600MHz LTE frequency bands used in Singapore. This means that users can enjoy LTE speeds islandwide.
Tuesday, 10 Sep 2013
McAfee has announced its new 2014 line of core PC security suites including McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2014, McAfee Internet Security 2014 and McAfee Total Protection 2014.
Silicon Power has announced that it is ready to showcase its Thunderbolt storage products, including Thunder T11, Thunder T20, Thunder T30, and Thunder T50, at the IDF 2013.
The Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD comes integrated with the Seagate Mobile Enablement Kit which includes Seagate's Dynamic Data Driver software technology. It delivers up to 7 times the storage capacity of a traditional 64GB tablet with the same power, performance, and reliability of a flash device.
Futuremark's 3DMark benchmark is now available for iOS devices. The mobile gaming benchmark is already available for Android, leaving just Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry 10 as the only mobile OSes not compatible.
Olympus has revealed a brand new flagship camera, the OM-D E-M1, scheduled for release in November. The E-M1 features a new sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, a built-in EVF and a combination AF system which allows it to mount the Zuiko lenses from Olympus' Four Thirds system.
Microsoft has announced that their Xbox Music service will now be available on both the Android and the iOS platforms. In addition, users will also be able to avail free streaming from Xbox Music on their web browsers.
Seagate has just announced it has shipped over one million shingled magnetic recording (SMR) hard disk drives (HDDs). The company strongly believes SMR is the next generation storage technology that will enable 20TB HDDs to be a reality by 2020.