News: Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011
For those who saw the earlier Sony Ericsson Xperia Play ad with the Android mascot getting a thumb transplant, another ad has appeared, revealing the donor of the new thumbs for the green robot.
Microsoft Corp will cease introducing new versions of the Zune music and video-player amid tepid demand, helping the company shift its focus to mobile phones
Monday, 14 Mar 2011
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play won't be the only device enjoying Sony's PlayStation Suite and its library of games. In an earlier announcement, Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed that the PlayStation Suite will be extended to devices running on NVIDIA's Tegra 2.
Friday, 11 Mar 2011
While it's not sure when the iPad 2 will reach our shores, it's going on sale this week in the US and you can read all the reviews you want about it.
Microsoft did promise copy and paste functionality for its Windows Phone 7 device in early 2011 with no fixed date given. It seems a time frame has been set, with an update heading our way in the latter half of March.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2011
After years of slow mobile internet speeds in the MRT tunnels, commuters can finally look forward to high speed 3G internet access by end July 2011.
HP's CEO has said in an interview that by next year, HP will include webOS alongside Microsoft's Windows on all systems shipped by the company.
Time to plug in your iDevice and get it synced, because Apple's latest software update is here.
Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011
As CTIA looms closer, Samsung is revealing more teaser shots of its supposed in-between Galaxy Tab with an 8.9-inch display. Various speculations have arised, including how the new Tab could be as slim as the Apple iPad 2.
In step with LG's recent 3D evolution, Philips has released two new 3D TV series sporting passive technology - the cinematic 21:9 aspect 50-inch PFL7956 & 16:9 PFL7606. Engineered with Philips' â€œEasy 3Dâ€ technology, the new passive 3D televisions utilize polarized glasses instead of active ones, with the former being typically cheaper, lighter and more comfortable to wear than their active-shutter counterparts.