- Just Announced
Friday, 22 Mar 2013
The updated version of THX tune-up for iOS has been released so you can maximize your entertainment experience for free from 21-28 March.
Thursday, 21 Mar 2013
Samsung has launched the region's first Enterprise Experience Centre in Singapore as well as signed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with NYP (Nanyang Polytechnic) to establish a Digital Convergence & Mobility Innovation Centre.
LG has introduced the LG Pocket Photo Printer, a palm-sized pocket printer which instantly prints any photo taken from mobile phones using inkless paper.
Logitech has announced its new G line which includes six refreshed mice and keyboards, as well as two headsets.
Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) is upgrading its Piz Daint supercomputer with NVIDIA Tesla K20X GPUs, with the assistance of Cray, the supercomputer company. After its upgrade, Piz Daint will be the first petascale supercomputer in Switzerland.
Canon has just announced two brand new DSLR cameras, the 100D and the 700D. Canon calls the 100D "the world's smallest, lightest DSLR", and is essentially the mirrorless EOS M in a DSLR shell with better battery life. The 700D update brings it closer in specifications to the two and a half-year old EOS 60D.
Canon launches two new PowerShot superzoom cameras, the SX280 HS and SX270 HS, which are both capable of 20x optical zoom. The SX280 HS also features built-in Wi-Fi capability and GPS.
Lamch & Co. has announced the availability of the Smart Beam, the world's first MHL & HDMI Pico Projector which can be hooked up to a smartphone.
Wednesday, 20 Mar 2013
Starting 28 March, Canon will let its DSLR users try out popular Canon lenses before purchasing them in the newly launched Canon Lens 'Try and Buy' Programme. For a nominal fee, interested users will get up to two full days to try out their lenses of choice.
At the first keynote address at GTC 2013, NVIDIA CEO unveiled the company's very own GRID-based server named Visual Computing Appliance (VCA). This server features a pair of Intel Xeon CPUs with eight Kepler-based graphics cards. It marks the upscaling of GRID technology to meet enterprise needs.