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Monday, 16 Aug 2010
HP's CEO Mark Hurd resigned because of a sexual harassment scandal and fudged expense reports. Or did he?
German magazine Foto Digital has leaked details of Nikon's newest DSLR ahead of its official announcement.
Google has responded to Oracle's Java lawsuit against its Android operating system, calling it 'baseless' and vowing to contest it in courts.
Friday, 13 Aug 2010
Android users will now be able to enjoy the Tweetdeck experience with the Tweetdeck Beta app. Here's how you can get this Twitter app onto your Android device.
Google recently perked up their Voice Search feature on Android 2.2, now with a grand total of 12 voice commands in all. Another newly introduced application is the Chrome-to-Phone app, where users on the Chrome browser can send web pages or maps to their Android 2.2 phones.
Thursday, 12 Aug 2010
Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong Limited today announced that it will release PlayStation Move motion controller for the PlayStation3 (PS3) system on September 15, 2010 in Singapore at a suggested retail price of SGD69.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore First in Singapore to Offer Enhanced IPTV Experience and High-Definition Pay TV Channels
Guests to The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore will be able to experience the next-generation in-room entertainment and info-communications services as StarHub and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore announce the launch of Singapore's first true IPTV in-room entertainment solution today.
A German tech site has released a list of purported Sandy Bridge processor models.
Word has it that Sony Ericsson is making its move onto the gaming platform, with an upcoming Android 3.0 device that bears a strong resemblance to Sony's PSP Go and will have a dedicated Gaming section on Android Market.
ATI has made a lighthearted video to make fun of Fermi's high operating temperatures and power draw.