- Just Announced
Thursday, 28 Mar 2013
Cooler Master has introduced the HC-300 and HS-500 headphones, which both incorporate the HDSS (High Definition Sound Standard) technology that eliminates distortion, bringing crystal clear clarity across the entire frequency response range.
M1 has partnered DBS to launch the DBS One.Tap, Singapore's first virtual credit card on a NFC-enabled mobile phone.
Samsung Mobile Singapore just announced that the Galaxy Note II will come in a new color: amber brown. It will be available from 30 March 2013 for S$968 without line contract.
Android users will be pleased to know that the Google Translate app is now available offline for their mobile devices running the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform and later, with support for fifty languages from French and Spanish to Chinese and Arabic.
Wednesday, 27 Mar 2013
Utilizing a 9cm silent fan with speeds of up to 2200RPM and aluminum fins which has the ability to dispel heat from the CPU and motherboard components, the HPR-9225EA allows users to add a second fan to increase cooling power, optimizing cooling performance efficiently.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost has been launched, spawning add-in card manufacturers to churn out their respective cards. Read on for a quick gist of the cards released by these partners.
The developers behind the short-term, highly precise weather app Dark Sky have announced Forecast, a new weather forecast website built from scratch, which can provide weather updates covering the entire world.
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
Panasonic launches six new compact cameras for the Singapore market, including the super-slim XS1, and the TZ40, a 20x optical zoom compact with Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC.
The update brings the integration with Evernote Smart Notebook. Users will get to enjoy this enhancement, along with several other new features and improvements such as multi-shot mode for taking photos, as well as introducing shortcuts to quickly jump to your most important notes.
RS Components has announced that it will be shipping the new Model A version of Raspberry Pi, the low-cost, credit card-sized computer board designed to boost the uptake of programming among young people and enthusiasts worldwide.