Tuesday, 3 Sep 2013
ZF Friedrichshafen and its partner Levant Power Corp. have created the world's first active suspension system for cars that can generate power.
LG announces its 55-inch Gallery OLED TV, which is designed to look like a painting. The TV set unveiled at IFA 2013 also sports two forward-facing speakers are also hidden within the "canvas" of the TV set.
Monday, 2 Sep 2013
Parallels has officially launched their newest desktop virtualization software for Mac, Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac, which promises many new features and numerous enhancements and will be fully compatible with the upcoming OS X Mavericks.
The Galaxy Tab 3 (7.0) (8GB) will be available in white from 5 September at S$498 for the LTE version (without contract) and S$298 for the Wi-Fi version at telcos, major consumer electronics and IT stores, and Samsung Experience Stores.
Logitech has beefed up its G series lineup of gaming peripherals with the G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse that boasts a staggering 250 hours of lag-free gaming battery life, along with G440 and G240 mousepads that are designed for high-dpi and low-dpi gaming individually.
According to motherboard makers, AMD's upcoming new CPUs utilizing the FM2+ socket design will only be compatible with new FM2+ motherboards. However, the new FM2+ motherboards will be backwards compatible with FM2 APUs.
Verbatim Singapore has announced its latest OTG USB3.0 Drive (On-The-Go USB Drive), a high performance dual head drive providing both microUSB and USB 3.0 interfaces.
Sporting a transparent bezel, the AE220 AIO PC is the first to feature the E2-3000/A4-5000 APU of AMD's Kabini platform. With AMD Radeon HD 8280/8330 integrated GPUs, MSI incorporates the "Flicker-Free" and Blue Light Control technologies into the AIO PC's Anti-Glare display.
The first of its kind, the HAF Stacker combines the High Air Flow and Stacker series to deliver a first modular and expandable full tower with smaller companion cases that all stack together seamlessly.
Over the weekend, a few of HTC's top designers have been detained by Taiwanese police. They were suspected of filing fraudulent expense claims, as well as stealing trade secrets for use in a mobile design firm they were supposed to run.