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Thursday, 14 Mar 2013
Thermaltake has expanded its Chaser lineup again with the Chaser A71, following the introduction of the Chaser A31 and A41 mid-tower gaming chassis last month.
Come 18 Mar, StarHub will launch a new Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) pay TV service for commercial customers. Named StarHub TV on Fibre, this service will offer three times as many TV channels and a new range of high-definition content, compared to the current Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV) service.
WhatsApp and BlackBerry has announced that WhatsApp will bring a native version of its popular mobile messaging service to the BlackBerry 10 platform.
Following the unveiling of V-Moda's Crossfade M-100 over-ear headphones, the company has announced its latest inventions, the Vamp Verza and Metallo case built specifically for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Google has announced that Andy Rubin will be stepping down as head of Android. His duties will be merged into those of Sundar Pichai, who is currently senior VP of Chrome and Apps.
Independent game developer, Vivid Games, has revealed that it is working on a Tegra 4-optimized version of its popular Android and iOS game, Real Boxing, for devices such as NVIDIA's handheld gaming console, Project SHIELD.
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
With double-layered ear shells engineered to tilt at 15 degrees so audio signals are channeled directly into your ears, the Philips Fidelio X1 Hi-Fi headphones come with a lightweight, self-adjustable hammock that features a 3D mesh.
The two PowerShot models come with a help button which launches a quick menu on the LCD screen, providing easy-to-understand advice that's especially beneficial to users new to photography.
With its name inspired from "non-interference cooler", the NiC series which consists of the F3, F4, C4, and C5 models, claims to be fully compatible with RAM of all kinds, and is ideal for power users who fill their RAM slots with taller, high-end overclocked memory modules. With NiC coolers, you've one less worry of compatibility.
Tuesday, 12 Mar 2013
The Yamaha YSP-4300 Digital Sound Projector, which makes use of sound beams bouncing off the walls to provide discrete '5 beam + 2' surround sound effects, is now available in Singapore for S$2,799.