- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 11 Jan 2012
NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 processor was sighted within a Fujitsu smartphone. The prototype, which hasn't been named yet, also sports a 13.1-megapixel camera and a 720p display resolution.
Gigabyte has unveiled its new Ivy Bridge motherboards at CES today. They include the GA-Z77X-UD5H and GA-Z77X-UD3H from its Ultra Durable series. Gigabyte also showcased two G1.Sniper 3 motherboards. Selected boards will come with an exclusive PCIe expansion card with BT 4.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity.
The iPad 3 is said to resemble the iPad 2 very closely, according to iLounge Editor-in-Chief, Jeremy Horwitz, who received hands-on time with what he alleges to be the upcoming Apple tablet.
In order to stay ahead of the curve, Google has decided to introduce three new features to its search operations in order to make them more social media-friendly.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Sony has unveiled three new Cyber-shot camera models, the DSC-W610, DSC-W620 and DSC-W650. These Cyber-shot compact cameras feature Sony's new 360 degrees Sweep Panorama mode, which allows for capture of seamless 360 degree panoramic images of the surrounding landscape with one easy "press and sweep" motion.
Olympus announces five new digital compact cameras; three high-zoom models, a rugged compact and an entry-level compact.
Viewqwest will extend its Fibernet services without International caps to residential users in the first quarter. The residential roll-out will take place in seven exchanges, mainly in Orchard, Ayer Rajah, East, Jurong West, Tuas, Ang Mo Kio and Bedok exchanges.
A short while back, we reported that Acer will be placing big bets on Ultrabooks, and the result is what you see here today -- the Acer Aspire S5. One of the more important tidbits was that Acer will be moving away from producing "cheap" products, and it is clearly evident in the Acer Aspire S5.
Sony has just had its go at CES 2012 and shown off a variety of products. However, the upgraded Walkman was the one that caught our eye. The new version runs on Android and has a unique new design.
Sony's newest addition to the Xperia lineup is now formally known as Xperia S instead of its previous moniker, Xperia Nozumi.