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Wednesday, 4 Sep 2013
Besides the Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.1 high performance sound card, Creative has also revealed two internal sound cards that represent powerful upgrades from basic motherboard audio to immersive surround sound - the Sound Blaster Audigy Rx and Sound Blaster Audigy Fx.
Creative is set to unveil its new flagship T4 Wireless Signature Series 2.1 speaker system, the T30 Wireless Signature Series 2.0 speaker system, and the T15 Wireless 2.0 speaker system at the IFA 2013.
Google's Sundar Pichai, head of both Android and Chrome, has confirmed that the next version of Android will be release 4.4 and will officially be named KitKat, not Key Lime Pie as previously expected.
KEF is set to launch of its first range of headphones, the M500 over-ear headphones, and the M200 in-ear buds, at the Comex 2013 starting tomorrow.
Western Digital has updated its WD Red series with the inclusion of 2.5-inch drives. Previously, only 3.5-inch drives were available from this series that is designed for SOHO network attached storage (NAS) systems.
MediaCorp has announced that it will be terminating the analogue information service, Teletext, from end of this month.
Tuesday, 3 Sep 2013
Creative has announced a new range of premium Creative Aurvana headsets: the flagship Creative Aurvana Platinum, the Creative Aurvana Gold, and the Creative Aurvana Live!2, the second gen of the Aurvana Live! headset. Also introduced is the Hitz WP380 wireless headset.
Spotify has launched Spotify Connect, a new home audio experience which allows you effortless control of your music across your phone, tablet, and speakers with millions of songs built right in.
Microsoft's Nokia deal, announced today, also comes with the 'Asha' and 'Lumia' trademarks as part of the deal. What this means going forward is that we're seeing the last of the Nokia-branded Asha and Lumia phones on the market today, and the bowing out of Nokia from the mobile phone market.
With printed letters on the front of the keys instead of on the top, the QuickFire Stealth features N-key rollover, USB and PS/2 interfaces, and is tenkeyless, enabling more area for the gamer to swipe his mouse.