Monday, 17 Jun 2013
Google can never be faulted for not dreaming big enough. With their latest endeavor, Project Loon, Google is aiming to bring wireless networks to two out of three people on Earth with the help of balloons.
CPUID has just released CPU-Z for Android devices on Google Play, allowing users to see detailed information about their phones' and tablets' processors, memory and more.
Microsoft is reportedly paying up to US$100,000 to Windows Phone 8 application developers. By offering such lucrative cash incentives, the Redmond software giant hopes to bolster the offerings on its Windows store, so that people would be convinced to purchase a Windows Phone 8 device.
Sunday, 16 Jun 2013
According to leaked photos, Xbox One games at E3 could actually be running on a Windows 7 systems with NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 700 series graphics.
Friday, 14 Jun 2013
Featuring an anodized aluminum shell and magnesium alloy body inspired by jet engines and stealth bombers, the Alienware 14, Alienware 17, and Alienware 18 power on the Intel fourth gen (Haswell) i7 processors with NVIDIA GeForce 700 Series graphics.
ASRock's latest ATX-sized OC Formula Series motherboards, including Z87 OC Formula/ac (with 802.11ac Wi-Fi support) and Z87 OC Formula, are protected by a special layer of Conformal Coating. On top of that, they will come backed by a 5-year warranty.
Microsoft has released Office Mobile for the iPhone. Compatible with iPhone 4, 4S, and 5, as well as iPod Touch 5th gen, the Microsoft Office Mobile allows you to access, view, and edit your Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents from anywhere.
Google has added images from more than 1,000 locations around the world to Google Maps, from historical landmarks to sports stadiums, including several new locations in Singapore.
The Allways Control notebook cooler features 4 USB ports, dual 7cm fans, fan controllers, and an aluminum faceplate.
We spotted the HTC Butterfly S on Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) Equipment Search List.