Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
Shenzhen-based OnePlus today announced its first Android smartphone, the One. Touted as the "2014 flagship killer", the OnePlusOne packs an impressive specs list that can give other flagship smartphones a run for their money. Hit the link to find out more.
All three telcos in Singapore have decided not to change 4G service prices for existing customers on contracts.
Priced at S$449, the Canon PowerShot N100 will be available at all Canon authorized dealers from the end of April 2014.
Lytro's new light-field camera looks more like a regular camera, but features a larger image sensor and a new lens. It will cost US$1599 and ship in August this year, but what else changes? Hit the link to find out more.
In the ongoing trial of Apple against Samsung, it has been revealed that Google has agreed to provide partial or full indemnity should Samsung lose.
To mark their first collaboration in Singapore, the first 10,000 M1 customers who book a taxi ride with GrabTaxi app will enjoy a S$3 discount. The offer is valid until 31 May 2014.
The MSI R9 295X2 8GD5 is available now. This high-end enthusiast graphics card cramps a pair of AMD Hawaii XT GPUs on board, with 8GB of GDDR5 video memory. To keep things running cool, the card also features a closed-cycle liquid cooling system that is maintenance free.
Designed for use on Windows 7, Windows 8.x Pro laptops and tablets, and Android smart devices, the new software-based AirCheck Wi-Fi Testers help frontline technicians working for enterprises, carriers, and residential Wi-Fi service providers quickly solve basic wireless network problems the first time.
StarHub announced that its post-paid customers can now charge their Google Play and Windows Phone Store purchases directly to their monthly bills.
Consumers here may soon have more choices as Singapore's telecommunications regulator is looking to ease in a fourth mobile operator here. The IDA is sussing out interest from potential entrants to roll out mobile services.