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Wednesday, 21 Jul 2010
MSI has designed GPU Boost Technology for notebook computers which enhances display performance fivefold instantly, so you can enjoy both the superior image processing power of MSI's discrete graphics card and extended battery power.
Microsoft Corp. today announced an all-in-one opportunity to jump into the controller-free fun of Kinect this holiday: the all-new Xbox 360 4GB console, the revolutionary Kinect sensor and "Kinect Adventures" packaged together for a suggested retail price of S$469.
New set of enclosures introduces two Antec-exclusive innovations: Fleet-Release and Fleet-Swap to PC gamers and enthusiasts, for swift and flexible access to data.
M1 is first out of the local telco gate with data plans for the Apple iPad with wif-fi and 3G in Singapore. The data plans will be available without a contract and come with free data bundles and speeds of up to 7.2Mbps (downlink) and 2Mbps (uplink).
SingTel AMPed has partnered Sony Music to expand its music library. From 21 July, 2010, 150,000 tracks from Sony Music will be added, increasing the AMPed repertoire to more than one million tracks.
Tuesday, 20 Jul 2010
SingTel announces "0.facebook.com" site which allows customers to browse the popular social networking portal without incurring any data charges. The text-only site is designed for high-speed performance on SingTel's network.
Logitech announces two new headsets optimized for super wideband audio. The lightweight Laptop Headset H555 folds flat and fits easily into its bundled case, while the H530 features laser-tuned drivers and USB connectivity. Both headsets are compatible with Logitech Vid HD and recent versions of Skype.
Samsung Electronics reveals its latest lineup of mobile computers and printing devices which includes six mobile PCs and eight laser printers. Leading the notebook charge is the 13-inch Q330 flagship model available from 23rd July 2010 onwards.
Monday, 19 Jul 2010
The Apple iPad finally (and officially) makes its way to Singapore!
Last week's iOS 4.0.1 upgrade, which supposedly only fixed the signal indicator bars, seems to be having unintended side-effects, wrecking havoc with the iPhone's photo albums.