Sunday, 1 Sep 2013
Sony is expected to announce two 'lens cameras' at the upcoming IFA event. According to rumors, the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 are equipped with their own sensor and zoom lens, and can be attached to a smartphone and controlled via a mobile app.
Friday, 30 Aug 2013
LUXA2 has introduced two mobile gadgets - the Groovy Wireless Stereo Speaker, and the P2 5,000mAh Portable Battery Power Pack.
LG has launched its latest range of Wireless Audio Systems, which delivers convenient streaming options and powerful audio that's compatible with both Android and the latest iOS devices.
We just obtained information from reliable sources that the next iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Note III are expected to be launched here in Singapore on 20 and 27 September respectively.
With a monolithic design, the Shadow sports a magnetic door that's wrapped with BitFenix's SofTouch Treatment to hide away optical drives. The smooth surface is complemented by a brushed aluminum BitFenix logo, along with a customizable LED accent.
Microsoft has announced price revisions to its Surface Pro tablet, Surface RT bundles, and the Touch Cover accessory. The new prices kick in today.
Parallels has introduced the Parallels Access for iPad, which "applifies" Windows and Mac applications to allow customers to remotely access and experience them as if they were made for iPad.
Lightning never strikes the same spot twice? EA is once again facing issues with SimCity. Apparently, the launch of the eagerly anticipated game did not go down well on the Mac platform.
Toshiba is letting users try out selected Toshiba Notebook PC and tablets to assist them in making informed decisions for their preferred Notebook PC or tablet choice. If they like their user experience with the products, they can buy brand new Notebook PC or tablet of the same configuration at the end of the trial, after returning the trial products.
Digg, the news website, has been revamped and relaunched last year after dropping off the radar in recent years. Previously only available as a website, an iPhone app and an RSS reader, Android users can now download the app from the Google Play store.