Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
Samsung has confirmed that it will not be hosting a press conference at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, reports PCMag.
Apple is streaming a Paul McCartney concert live via iTunes. But more interestingly, the event will be the first live content available for streaming to AppleTV users indicating that Apple might be getting serious about tackling broadcast.
Chinese information technology website DoNews claimed that Apple is bringing support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Russian languages to Siri in March.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
With data rates of 300Mbps, the RT-N15U can be wall-mounted, and houses a USB port, which allows it to support an entire host of applications and functions including an AIO printer and a FTP server.
Adopting quad-speed frame sequential display technology which is able to minimize crosstalk distortion, the 3D Display offers a high contrast of 5000:1 and wide viewing angle of 176 degrees.
Constructed to accommodate to space restricted work zones, the Elite 361 Mini-Tower chassis can be positioned horizontally or vertically.
AMD shared its roadmap for the next two years last week on its Financial Analyst Day. Acknowledging Intel's dominance in the desktop CPU market, AMD has its sights set on the flourishing mobile segment.
The Nokia Belle software update will be available progressively in Singapore from 8 February for Nokia C6-01, C7, E6, E7, N8 and X7, and users can update their devices for free via PC on Nokia Suite.
The upcoming Android 2.3 LG Optimus Vu is said to feature a 5-inch IPS panel, GSMArena reports.
Same specs, same design, with a different color scheme. Motorola's slim Android smartphone, the Motorola Razr, now comes with a white variant. The Razr White gets the same price tag of S$888, and will be available starting 10 Feb in Singapore from M1, StarHub and SingTel.