Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014
Samsung Electronics has announced the availability of the Samsung Knox, a secure Android platform for enterprise customers in Singapore. Key mobile operators and partners that offer Samsung KNOX are SingTel, StarHub, M1, Qool Labs, M.Tech, Malifax, and Trusted Source.
We just got confirmation from Oppo Singapore that it is planning to launch the 5.9-inch N1 Smartphone in early March and its confirmed price point. More details inside!
In capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, the cards have the ability to extend the length of 1080p Full HD videos, while supporting 4K2K recording.
In a durable metal frame and rubber casing, the small, personal speaker lets you stream sound from any Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 15m away. It also allows for wireless pairing of two UE Mini Boom speakers together via the UE Mini Boom app.
It seems like Sony has upped the ante with its marketing strategies after announcing its abandonment of its Vaio PC business to focus on smartphones and tablets.
Broadcom has just announced its new M320 and M340 systems on a chip (SoCs) that are aimed at bringing 4G LTE connectivity to budget, Android-based smartphones.
With Sony in talks with Apple to provide camera modules for the iPhone 6's front-facing camera, the former will double its production of sensors, just to cater to Apple alone.
With support for Microsoft DX11.2, the new PowerColor R7 250X card features core and memory clock speeds of 1000MHz and 4500MHz DDR respectively, and incorporates AMD technologies such as PowerTune, and ZeroCore Power.
The key specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S5 have been leaked in an alleged photo of its retail box.
Tuesday, 11 Feb 2014
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi today announced that it will be bringing its Redmi smartphone to Singapore soon. The re-branding and launch of a new webpage provide hints of Xiaomi's strategy to enter the Singapore market.