Thursday, 29 Aug 2013
Toshiba has launched three new TV series in its 'Pro Theatre' lineup of LED TVs: the flagship L9300 4K UHDTV series, the L4300 series, which is Toshiba's first TV with the Android OS, and the L3300 series featuring 'Turbo LED' and 'Detail Booster' technologies.
Dyson launches the Dyson Hard in Singapore, a new cordless cleaner which vacuums and mops at the same time. Also introduced is Dyson's smallest and quietest Ball vacuum cleaner, the DC48 and the Dyson AM02 Mini Tower fan.
StarHub has launched a converged business fibre solution for SMBs that offers Internet access, voice and Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services over the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (Next Gen NBN).
Featuring a completely remodeled UI, the mobile app offers improved scanning with an Anti-Phishing module, enabling Android smartphone and tablet users to enjoy safer mobile technology with protection from both real world and digital threats.
SingTel has just confirmed that the direct carrier billing for Google Play purchases is only available for postpaid accounts at the moment. This is contrary to its news release on 12th August and information posted on its website.
Armed with a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, the latest addition to the HTC family runs on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean platform along with HTC Sense 5, and includes BlinkFeed, UltraPixel Camera, and BoomSound. (Updated with price and availability.)
Employing the new exclusive Triple Force Architecture, the GeForce GTX 780 Lightning graphics card comes with a Triple Level Signals LED function, TriFrozr Thermal Design with independent fan control system, Pure Digital PWM control, just to name a few.
Hugo Barra, one of Google's top Android executives, will be leaving Google to join up-and-coming Chinese handset manufacturer, Xiaomi. It is currently one of China's fastest growing tech companies, and is said to be worth approximately US$10 billion.
A new update to Twitter (website, Android and iOS versions) will list conversations in chronological order, making it easier to follow discussions and conversations.
Wednesday, 28 Aug 2013
With its patented, detachable dual-analog controller, the Wikipad is the only tablet (so far) to combine a console-quality gaming experience with the portability of an Android tablet. It comes powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor that's optimized for Cloud gaming with a 12-core NVIDIA GPU.