Thursday, 4 Dec 2014
First unveiled at IFA 2014, the ruggedized Samsung Galaxy Tab Active is now available in Singapore. The 8-inch tablet is IP67 certified against dust and water and comes with an anti-shock protection case that can withstand drops of up to 1.2m.
Seagate has just launched its new Enterprise NAS HDD, a high capacity drive targeting businesses seeking to optimize their computing for performance and reliability using NAS systems
It has been 20 years since the first product bearing Playstation brand first launched and Sony's celebrating that by releasing another Playstation branded product. Guess what it is!
Wednesday, 3 Dec 2014
Looking for a new set of headphones? Bang & Olufsen has just launched a new set of on-ear headphones for music lovers that are so comfortable you’ll keep them on all day.
Singtel has increased the coverage of its 4G 300mbps LTE-Advanced network service, which can now be accessed at 49 locations island-wide. Singtel also expanded the availability of its Premium WiFi service and is on track to hit 100 locations across Singapore by 2015.
Video game live streaming is a big business. Just look at Twitch, who were acquired by Amazon for US$970 million earlier this year. Now, Valve is looking to take a piece of the pie, with its new Steam Broadcasting service.
Tuesday, 2 Dec 2014
M1 announced today the launch of Singapore's first nationwide next-generation 4G network, with download speeds of up to 300mbps. All existing M1 customers currently signed up to one of M1's LTE 4G plans will be able to enjoy the faster download speeds at no additional charge.
Looking for a really huge 4K TV? LG has brought the 98-inch version of its flagship UB980T series to Singapore.
It looks like Google's Project Ara modular smartphone has some competition. The Puzzlephone is a modular Android smartphone concept being designed by Finnish startup Circular Devices with plans to ship in late 2015.
Monday, 1 Dec 2014
Photos of what could be a Microsoft Lumia 1030 prototype have appeared on Chinese auction site Taobao, showing a Windows Phone aluminum-build smartphone with a massive camera bump, similar to the 41MP Pureview module found on the Lumia 1020.