- Reads from WWW
Monday, 28 May 2012
At point of publication, SingTel and StarHub have revealed the contract pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Samsung flagship model costs as low as S$198. Hit the link for more information.
Dolby Laboratories introduces 96kHz upsampled encoding for their lossless Dolby TrueHD audio codec on Blu-ray discs, as the company aims to provide a high-definition surround sound experience to consumers.
AMD add-in partners are rumored to be working on a customized Radeon HD 7970 X2 graphics card that will feature two 28nm Tahiti GPUs; their efforts are reportedly sanctioned by AMD.
Friday, 25 May 2012
Facebook has released a new Facebook Camera app for iPhone, allowing users to add filters, do basic edits, and easily batch upload their photos to Facebook Timeline.
The latest rumors point to an official unveiling of the ASUS-built Nexus tablet at Google I/O Conference next month. In addition, the 7-inch tablet is said to start shipping in June with an initial volume of 600,000 units.
The Google+ app for Android gets updated with a visually sleeker UI and other changes. Read on for more details.
Numerous Diablo 3 players are reporting that their Battle.net accounts are compromised by hackers who are stealing their equipment and gold.
Thursday, 24 May 2012
BIOSTAR has announced that it will debut its Z77-based BIOSTAR Puro Hi-Fi motherboard series at Computex 2012. They will feature independent audio power design and a built-in amplifier. BIOSTAR claims that this integrated Puro Hi-Fi solution will even appeal to the most demanding audiophiles!
A report by the Korean Economic Daily quoted an unnamed Samsung executive who revealed that the Galaxy S III received 9 million pre-orders worldwide.
The Google Search app for iPhone and iPod Touch receives an update which features a completely redesigned UI. Read on for the other changes made to the app.