Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
Packed with an Intel Mobile 847 1.1GHz ULV dual-core processor, the MSI Wind Box DC110 measures 35mm thin and runs on the Windows 8 platform.
StarHub has launched Booktique, its new e-bookstore that provides customers convenient access to an extensive library of digital books on their computers or mobile devices anytime and anywhere.
Researchers at Caltech have revealed their self-healing microchip that also has the ability to monitor its own status. If the chip is damaged, it reconfigures itself with the help of a secondary chip in order to come up with new ways to continue performing its tasks.
Panasonic has announced its 2013 full HD camcorder lineup, and many models now come with built-in Wi-Fi support. Two active style camcorders with a pistol-grip design are also unveiled, with one of them sporting improved tough performance.
The new inkjet Multi-Function Centre, MFC-J2310 InkBenefit, comes with the ability to print document sizes up to A3 and automated two-side printing for A4 documents. Ideal for SOHOs and SMBs, the inkjet model includes wired and wireless functionalities for cloud and mobile printing.
A report from Korea Times claims that Samsung is launching the next generation Galaxy Note in the U.S.
HTC will be dropping its slogan, "Quietly Brilliant" from product ads and is aiming for a new, bolder approach.
Following the launch of South East Asia's first nationwide 4G service in September 2012, M1 has announced the launch of the M1 4G Prepaid Data - Singapore's first 4G prepaid broadband service.
Yahoo has announced yet another high profile acquisition of a mobile oriented startup. This time it's London based Summly, headed by 17-year-old entrepreneur Nick D'Aloisio, who started the company when he was 15.
Based on Intel Ivy Bridge processors, the D300 family supports TPM (Trusted Platform Module), which provides extensive security with high levels of data encryption.