Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011
Will existing Android smartphones get the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update? Google's Gabe Cohen seem to think so - at least for most existing Gingerbread devices.
Research in Motion unveils the next generation BlackBerry platform (BBX) today and it is one that combines the best of the BlackBerry OS and QNX platform.
Epson's new customer care centre at Golden Agri Plaza located at Pasir Panjang aims to provide first class service delivery for both retail and corporate customers. It officially opens tomorrow.
Consumers can enjoy expanded features on the award-winning Kingston Wi-Drive such as wireless file loading and deleting.
Logitech Introduces Official Gaming Keyboard of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the G105.
Apple just posted their Q4 2011 results and while their earnings outstrip their own predictions, the revenue numbers are lesser than what was expected by business analysts.
Samsung and Google introduce the Galaxy Nexus, the world's first smartphone running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. It features a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display technology at 720p resolution and a 1.2GHz dual core processor. Read on for the press release.
Here's a quick look at the official specs for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. And they are not too far from what we have expected and reported.
An image of the Galaxy Nexus appeared on Samsung website just hours before its official announcement.
With the Motorola Razr now officially announced, the new Android smartphone has been confirmed to be available in Singapore from 11th November, though prices have yet been announced.