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Tuesday, 15 Nov 2011
A group of engineers has been busy at work in developing a Robot Bear that tickles you to stop you from snoring.
Samsung Electronics ends an agreement with RealD to develop an LCD-based 3DTV capable of delivering Full-HD 3D resolution to each eye using polarized glasses.
Monday, 14 Nov 2011
M1 intends to appeal against the penalty of S$300,000 imposed by IDA over its recent outage, stating that the company did not cross the impact threshold of 5% of base stations under the Code of Practice for Telecommunication Service Resiliency.
Lenovo's been feeling pretty generous lately and has shed some light regarding its plans on creating a hybrid ThinkPad X1 that boasts twice the battery life with an Instant Media Mode, as well as when to expect Ivy Bridge processors in Ultrabooks.
A good six years later after the first generation of iPod Nanos was released, Apple initiates a recall for the product due to battery overheating problems that may pose a safety risk for users.
Though slightly late in the game, Motorola just pushed out Google Android's 3.2 Honeycomb update to its Xoom Wi-Fi tablet from 31st October.
During the Samsung Galaxy Note regional launch in Jakarta, Google Android 4.0's Face Unlock feature was fooled by a photo when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was shown a photo using the Galaxy Note.
Sony's CEO, Howard Stringer, hints at a "different" kind of TV set to come in the near future although no concrete details were furnished at this point.
Friday, 11 Nov 2011
Ever wondered what laid beyond Intel's current chipset offerings of Z68, P67 and H67? Read on as we reveal Intel's desktop chipset roadmap from now until Q3 of 2012.
Thailand's flood crisis may be slowing down, but the tech industry may take a year or more to recover from its devastating effects. The most obvious problem now is that hard disk prices are shooting up dramatically.