Wednesday, 26 Sep 2012
A malicious code hidden in web pages, could trigger a factory reset of Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone; deleting contacts, photographs, music, apps and other valuable data, as discovered by security researchers.
Dell has just launched four new monitors (from 21.5-inch to 27-inch sizes) under the S Series. Targeted at the average consumer, the new monitors feature LED backlighting, and three of them even use IPS panels.
Operating on the exFAT file system, the new SDXC Class 10 memory cards are available in capacities of 64GB and 128GB, meeting storage demands of high-quality digital still and video cameras.
The mid-tower Scout 2 is built for portability, with comfortable rubber carrying handles with steel reinforcements which are bolted to the core structure to ensure sufficient support for your configurations. A sliding cover concealing the two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks on the front panel help protect against possible damage while shuttling between LAN parties.
Samsung has just announced that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be coming to the Galaxy S III in October. In addition, the LTE variant of the Galaxy S III will be available from 29th September onwards at a recommended retail price of S$998.
Google Maps is arguably one of the most sought-after digital maps on the planet. To demonstrate just how dedicated they are, Google has unveiled their first underwater Street View collection.
The Lytro Light Field camera will be available in local stores come mid October.
Users are definitely not happy with the performance of Maps in iOS 6, which Apple has stated they are in the process of improving. Unfortunately for them Google will not be lending a helping hand.
Tuesday, 25 Sep 2012
Clad in a black aluminum-alloy metallic finish, the 9.7-inch tablet comes equipped with a dual-core 1.5GHz ARM Corex A9 processor with 1GB DDR3 of RAM, and runs on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform. Priced at S$349, it will be available in local stores from October 2012.
Photoshop Elements 11 offers a complete solution for editing, organizing and sharing photo creations, while Premiere Elements 11 offers easy creation of engaging home movies with professional flair.