Thursday, 19 Sep 2013
Sony has introduced the new 3-in-1 Walkman WH Series which fuses the features of speakers, headphones, and digital music player in a single design.
Price plans for the Apple iPhone 5s and 5C have been announced by M1. The new iPhones are available from 20 September.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch and 10.1-inch that will be made available globally from the beginning of June. (Update: The Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1) will be available in Singapore from 21 September.
In a tough water and dirt-resistant housing, the SoundDew features a hook loop on the speaker, so you can easily hook it on a backpack, or even on your jeans to stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth device or aux-in from any non-Bluetooth device.
Nikon has just announced their sixth camera in the Nikon 1 mirrorless system series, and it's the first shock-proof mirrorless system camera which can go up to 15m under water without the need for an outer casing. Together with the new rugged camera, Nikon is also introducing two new rugged lenses.
Known for taking "moon shots", Google has just announced the creation of Calico, a new company that will focus on health and tech, and aims to fight aging and disease.
NVIDIA has unveiled the Tegra Note, which is a 7-inch tablet powered by the Tegra 4 processor. The tablet is priced at US$199 and will be sold through partners like Zotac and Shenzhen Homecare Technology for countries in the Asia Pacific region.
With funding of US$7 million from Benchmark Capital and Redpoint Ventures, CyanogenMod has become CyanogenMod Inc. The news was broken by Steve Kodnic
Following a North American and European launch in November, Sony's Playstation 4 will be launching in Singapore and other South East Asian countries in the middle of December 2013. Unfortunately, no pricing or specific date was announced. 20 game titles will accompany the launch.
iOS 7 is available for download today, and after installation you might have noticed that things are looking a little different on your iPhone. Here are seven tips you should know before you start using the new OS.