Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
EpiCentre will be launching the iPhone 5 at its stores islandwide tomorrow. Also, it will be offering a trade-up promotion for customers looking to upgrade their smartphones to the iPhone 5.
While many have clamored to download and install the latest update, not all compatible devices will be getting the promised 200+ features. We take a quick look again at what iOS 6 offers for the different Apple devices.
SingTel just announced the price plans for the Apple iPhone 5.
Despite Samsung's and LG's reassurances, 4K LCD televisions are more likely to enter mass production before OLED panels according to a recent article by DisplaySearch.
Price plans for the Apple iPhone 5 have been announced by M1. The new iPhone plans are available with the launch of the iPhone 5 from 21 September.
PlayStation-like content will be offered to a variety of popular mobile devices in nine countries including Japan, US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia with more countries to follow.
Intel is actively developing a palm vein reading technology that it hopes will replace the need for passwords in the future. This technology was recently demonstrated at IDF 2012 by Intel director of security research, Mr. Sridhar Iyengar.
PlayStation Plus, the subscription service package on the PlayStation Network, is set to be available for PS Vita this November.
The PS3 starter pack will be available from 22 Nov, while the new PS Vita 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi models in Cosmic Red and Cypher Blue will be available on 15 Nov. Also, Sony has revised the price for PSP portable entertainment system as well as the PSP value pack.
In charcoal black or classic white, the PS3 will come in 3 models including extended built in HDD capacities of 500GB and 250GB, and a newly added 12GB flash memory model initially for Europe only.