Monday, 3 Oct 2011
Amazon's Kindle Fire costs US$209.63 to make, as estimated by IHS iSuppli, although the tablet will sell for only US$199. This highlights how the e-commerce company could be taking a financial hit to get the device to as many hands as possible.
Ideal for those working with the ultra high resolution of dual link DVI or conventional single link DVI, two new extends from Gefen deliver flawless video resolutions using fiber optic cables.
Friday, 30 Sep 2011
Given Amazon's recent announcement of its Kindle Fire tablet, rumors of its intention to acquire Palm's webOS from HP might not be too far-fetched.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, the latest member of its Android tablets. It ships with Android 3.2 and runs on a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.
Xperia active is a compact smartphone for consumers with an active lifestyle, while the Live with Walkman is a smartphone delivering a unique music experience.
The BT Weekend will launch its new iPad application tomorrow, 1st Oct. The launch of this app also marks The Business Times' 35th anniversary.
i.Tech Dynamic today introduced SPLASH, its new Bluetooth headset with aptX technology.
Gigabyte unleashes the all new Superb power supply series, from Superb E720, E620, E520, to Superb E470 C3, C4, targeting at mainstream users.
M1 announces the launch of two new mobile service plans exclusively for clients and members of The Singapore Association for The Deaf (SADeaf).
The highly-awaited Samsung Nexus Prime, alongside Android's Ice Cream Sandwich OS, will most likely be announced on October 11th at CTIA in San Diego.