Tuesday, 21 Feb 2012
Another image of Sony ST25i Kumquat device was leaked showing a design that resembled the recently announced Xperia S. In addition, a leak on Indonesia's Postel (the country's telecommunications regulatory authority) referred the device as Sony Ericsson Xperia U.
What's it like inside Foxconn's assembly lines for Apple's products? America's ABC News scored an exclusive visit inside Foxconn, and while we won't be able to watch the programme here in Singapore, they've written a preface about what they saw inside the factories.
Four press images of Huawei's upcoming Ascend D1 Q smartphone were leaked, revealing the device to have a removable battery, red and black color combination and a possible 4.3-inch or larger display.
Monday, 20 Feb 2012
Equipped with an optimized heatsink to dissipate heat from the CPU, the Alpine 64 PLUS's 92mm PWM-controlled fan operates at a fan speed range of 600~2000RPM, reaching a maximum cooling capacity of 100W.
Samsung says it will spin-off its less profitable liquid-crystal-display division to focus on making thinner and brighter TVs. If that doesn't scream OLED, we don't know what else does.
Both the power adapters are built with high power-conversion efficiency circuitry and short-circuit protection, and more, and are approved by ENERGY STAR and other international safety/EMI organizations.
SandForce driven SSDs have been flooding the market lately, and Verbatim extends this trend by launching its own line of 2.5-inch SATA-III SSDs.
The quad-core Motorola Atrix 3 is said to feature a whopping 3300mAh battery, 2GB RAM and a 10-megapixel camera, Tianjin News reports.
Reports that a 10-inch next-gen Kindle Fire will make its rounds in Q2 after rife speculations that Amazon is looking into releasing an updated 7-inch version and a brand new 9-inch model have surfaced, according to China Times.
Windows 8 has already marked a change in direction for Microsoft and now the software giants have unveiled a new logo to go with the upcoming operating system.