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Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013
The Thuraya SatSleeve brings satellite connectivity to the iPhone 4 and 4S. Once an iPhone is attached and the Thuraya app launched, the iPhone can connect to Thuraya's satellites with a clear line of sight, to make a call nearly anywhere in the world.
Today at CommunicAsia 2013, Panasonic launched the JT-B1 Toughpad for Asia-Pacific, a 7-inch rugged tablet operating on Android Ice Cream Sandwich. The JT-B1 is US Military MIL-STD-810G and IP65 certified making it resistant to dust, water, shock, humidity, temperature and drops of up to 1.5m.
With an 80 Plus Gold rating, the EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 power supply features a fully modular design with 1300W of continuous power, and comes backed by a 10-year EVGA warranty.
Shoot, share, badged, and play. That's how Molome - a photo-sharing app from Thailand - describes itself. Find out what it's doing here at CommunicAsia 2013.
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
Huawei just unveiled the 6.18mm thin Ascend P6, which is the world's thinnest smartphone.
Offering Mobiroo Apps On-Demand, the Android app subscription service for top, paid apps and games, you can use Mobiroo on up to three Android devices.
Singapore's population data is now on OneMap through the new Population Query service. This is a collaboration between the Department of Statistics and the Singapore Land Authority to enable users to visualize demographic data on a map.
Sony has just announced the new PMW-300 XDCAM camcorder for professionals at BroadcastAsia 2013. An evolution of the PMW-EX3, the PMW-300 XDCAM is able to record Full-HD at 50Mbps in MPEG HD422. It comes with a 1/2" Exmor Full-HD 3CMOS sensor with improved signal processing.
BroadcastAsia 2013 is a perfect opportunity for manufacturers to show off their wares to prospective buyers. Philips showcased their uWand technology which can help provide smart TVs with a smoother point and click mechanism.
In addition to partnering a research team at Stanford University to create the world's largest artificial neural network, NVIDIA has also announced the public availability of the latest version the NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing platform and programming model, which for the first time delivers support for ARM-based platforms.