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Friday, 22 Nov 2013
At US$9.99 (S$13) per month, this is the cheapest way yet for users to get Adobe Photoshop CC, Bridge CC and Lightroom 5. This time-limited offer was once only for previous owners of Photoshop, but is now open to everyone until December 2nd.
At its annual New York Analyst Market today, Qualcomm announced several new products for 2014, including a Snapdragon 805 'UltraHD' processor, that will support 4K resolution video, imaging and graphics for mobile devices. The company also announced the first 4G LTE modem designed on 20nm architecture.
The over-the-air (OTA) update to Android 4.4 KitKat is now available for the LG Nexus 4.
Thursday, 21 Nov 2013
LUXA2 has unveiled the P-MEGA, a charging station that contains a colossal 41,600mAh battery li-polymer cell that's capable of charging a single device for 48 continuous hours.
Toshiba introduced the Excite 7 tablet, which runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and a Rockchip® RK3188 quad-core 1.6GHz processor.
One of the biggest mobile app hackathons in the world will be happening in Singapore this weekend, on 23 November and 24 November. The 36-hour hackathon will see developers, designers and entrepreneurs try to build an app that will win them entry into the AngelHack Global Hackcelerator Program.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
Western Digital has just introduced the My Cloud EX4, a 4-bay high-performance personal cloud storage system capable of offering up to 16TB of storage.
There are tools you need and there are tools you lust after. The new Pencil from FiftyThree is definitely a tool to lust after.
MSI has just announced its full range of AMD FM2+ motherboards that feature Military Class IV components. These boards not only support the new Steamroller core Kaveri APUs, they are also backward compatible with older FM2 Richland and Kabini APUs.
Tuesday, 19 Nov 2013
AMD has announced its 12GB FirePro S10000 graphics card that is meant for high performance computing (HPC) implementations. NVIDIA also has its own solution, in the form of the 12GB Tesla K40 graphics card.