Friday, 21 Oct 2011
The Motorola Xoom had it, but the presence of a barometer in the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has left some people scratching their heads. Google's Dan Morrill gives it away.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) launched its mobile application, Police@SG iPhone App as one of its many on-going efforts to engage the public through social media and mobile technology.
Wiredoo is a new venture by musician MC Hammer. The project has been in the making for over two years and has been publicly announced at an event in San Francisco.
By exploiting a security flaw in Skype, security researchers are able to identity the user, track his location as well as monitor his P2P activities.
OCZ launches the Indilinx Everest-based Octane SATA 3.0 and SATA 2.0 SSD series, striking an ideal balance between capacity, physical size, and speed.
The biography of Steve Jobs, written by Walter Isaacson, reveals some startling insights on the former Apple CEO's thoughts on Google Android.
Razer unveils the Razer Synapse 2.0, the world's first application for storing your personalized peripheral settings in the cloud, making your settings for gaming available anytime, anywhere.
To be launched on October 28, the new i2Surf mobile plan comes bundled with a free multi-SIM, and will give instant voice and data accessibility for customers who own two devices.
Thursday, 20 Oct 2011
Sony Ericsson's Dutch branch has stated that it will upgrade its Xperia lineup to the Android 4.0 OS on its Facebook page, Engadget reports.
Due to the flooding in Thailand, Sony will be indefinitely postponing the global launch of the NEX-7 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera and the Japanese launch of the Alpha A65.