Monday, 8 Apr 2013
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) have developed a new means of high-speed data transmission using LED lightbulbs. The technology uses standard off-the-shelf LED room lights for data transmission, with speeds of up to 3 Gbps possible.
Friday, 5 Apr 2013
The pricing details of the Microsoft Surface RT tablet have been revealed, and it looks much more attractive than what we initially thought. The base 32GB model will be retailing for S$668 (without cover) and the equivalent 64GB edition will retail for S$798 at Challenger Funan on April 5, 7pm. More details inside.
HTC just announced that the One will be available in Asia Pacific before the end of April.
The two Windows Phone 8 smartphones come preloaded with the HERE suite of applications, including HERE Maps and HERE Drive, for turn by turn navigation. True offline maps allow exploring without expensive data costs, particularly when roaming.
Singapore is one of the several countries that will be getting the Qualcomm Snapdragon variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Hit the link to find out more.
According to Paul Thurrott of SuperSite for Windows fame, Outlook RT exists and looks to be edging closer to release. Regarding Office for iPad, he's heard that it would only arrive after Microsoft ships Outlook RT.
The Coenus mid tower comes with Enermax's patented SlideIn locker offering tool-free ODD installation, a bottom-mounted PSU slot with rubber pads and removable dust filter, and can accommodate a maximum of 6 fans.
Available in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB, the new SSDs feature a smaller, lighter footprint than the previous generation, enhancing performance and reliability for power users.
The HP chairman Ray Lane has stepped down from his position as head of the board of directors following the mismanaged saga of the acquisition of software company Autonomy. Two other board members are also stepping down, while investor and board member Ralph Whitworth is taking over as interim chairman.
Thursday, 4 Apr 2013
The updated Lookout comes with Lock Cam, a free feature that automatically takes a picture of anyone who enters an incorrect password three times into your Android lock screen utilizing the front-facing camera on your mobile device.