- Just Announced
Monday, 28 Feb 2011
The Blackberry Torch 9800 is now available in red and white affording users more choice and personalization.
Norton is launching its new anti-virus software Norton 360 version 5.0 on 14 March 2011 for purchase in Singapore. The new software has been tested and ranked first by independent online threat detection companies and uses the software adoption patterns of over 175 million contributing anonymous users.
Tyan showcases a new array of single socket server/ workstation platforms as it debuts the new S5510 and S5512 Single-Processor Motherboards designed with Intel Cougar Point chipset and utilizing the next Generation Intel Xeon Processors for the embedded and SMB environments.
Western Digital partners with Singapore's A*STAR Data Storage Institute and the universities in the region to set up a new research and development center for the development of advanced hard drive technologies.
Sparkle announces the new Sparkle GTX580 Thermal Guru Graphics Card. Featuring a unique design for cooling which utilizes aluminum fins and copper pipes for a balance between heat efficiency and low wight. It also boasts a special ducting mechanism to optimize the airflow into the fan for cooling and longer usage life.
Gigabyte introduces all new B3 Motherboards in response to the faulty Intel chipsets. The new model name is highly visible and is also displayed in the BIOS startup.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Western Digital announces that it has established a R&D development center in Singapore.
Gigabyte announces the M7650, an ultra-optical wireless mouse, and the M5650, which features 1000dpi optical engine for accurate resolution.
McCoy announces its latest additions to its Gavio range, the 2WIN - a stereo speaker, and the AMPED - a portable speaker.
Apple today updated MacBook Pro family with next generation processors and graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime HD camera. Featuring the very latest dual-core and quad-core Intel Core processors, the entire MacBook Pro line is up to twice as fast as the previous generation.