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Friday, 29 Jun 2012
Google announced their cloud storage solution Google Drive late April this year. In the space of two months, Google has announced some essential enhancements, and even support for iOS devices at this year's Google I/O event. The app is now available in iTunes Store for Singapore.
Built to be especially compatible with the AMD 7900/7800 series, the Accelero Hybrid 7970 offers up to 200% cooling performance, operating up to 13 times quieter than the AMD HD 7970 stock cooler. It will be available this 6 Aug at US$179.90.
ESET has uncovered a worm that targets AutoCAD drawings. Upon infection, the worm - ACAD/Medre.A - will proceed to steal files and send them to email accounts in China.
Thursday, 28 Jun 2012
Cisco Linksys announces three dual-band routers branded under the EA series. These app-enabled routers are also accompanied by the Cisco Cloud Connect platform and mobile app which enable users to access and configure their home network remotely via smartphones and tablets.
Plantronics today announced the M25 and M55 Bluetooth headsets that can stay charged up to five months using Plantronics' new DeepSleep mode.
If you're considering to subscribe iTunes Match, you'll need to read this to understand why the matching experience may be different for users in Asia as compared to those who subscribed to the service in U.S.
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012
Besides the iTunes music and movie stores, Apple has also launched the Apple TV in Singapore. The little black box will cost you S$148.
At a slim 9.5mm, the 4-inch LG Optimus L5 runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform with the latest Optimus 3.0 UI. Priced at S$358, it will be available on 7 July 2012.
The Sanus VisionMount VMF322 Super Slim full-motion wall mount features a depth of a mere 1.38-inch, enabling TVs to be mounted as close to the wall as possible. It only requires a single-stud mount, and has an integrated cable management for concealing cables within its extension arm.
Seagate has announced a partnership with DensBits, an Israeli company whose memory controller (Memory Modem) technology will be used in its low-cost, high-performance upcoming SSDs. Seagate also made an undisclosed investment in DensBits as a development of their new strategic relationship.