Friday, 12 Jul 2013
First announced during CES 2013 in January, and demonstrated during Computex 2013 in June, the Intel Atom SoC powered Thecus N2520 and N4520 NAS models are now finally available to the local market.
If you've ever dreamed of building the ultimate gaming PC, but never had the funds to do it, Logitech Singapore's Gear Wars contest might make your dreams come true! Submit your ultimate gaming PC build, and if you're chosen as the winner, Logitech will help you bring your creation to life!
TRENDnet has announced the availability of the USB 3.0 to HD TV Adapter (TU3-HDMI), which extends a Windows-based computer’s viewing field to a HD TV, monitor, receiver, or projector with a HDMI port.
Team vSoft Studio from NTU has emerged as champion of the 11th annual Microsoft Imagine Cup, the world's premier competition for student technologists, developers and aspiring entrepreneurs to create innovative projects and ultimately bring those ideas to market.
According to Epic Games founder, Tim Sweeney, graphics in games will be indistinguishable from reality, leaving developers to ponder other aspects of game development.
Google has recently just announced that next generation Chrome packaged apps can now be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. Simply put, these are offline apps that give the browser more access to your system's resources, effectively blurring the lines between browser and OS.
Nokia finally took the wraps off its Lumia 1020 handset, the first Windows Phone device to come equipped with the 41-megapixel PureView camera sensor.
Powered by Intel Core i3-3227U, i5-3337U or i7-3537U processors, the new Zotac Zbox Nano comes bundled with a nanoRAID storage adapter that enables demanding users to take advantage of RAID technology.
LG Display has revealed a 5.2-inch LCD panel that it says is the world’s slimmest full HD panel for smartphones. We won’t be surprised if this is the display that will be used on the company’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Optimus G2.
In an internal memo, Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, explains his plans for a "One Microsoft" by massively altering the company's organization and creating a number of new divisions. The biggest change is the creation of a new operating systems engineering group that will span across console, mobile device, and PC.