Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011
The Apple iPhone 4S took a trip to space and came back unscathed while it suffered major damages from three drops.
Using electron beam lithography and common everyday table salt, researchers at Singapore's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering have increased the density of hard disks by a factor of six.
Like a little pre-Christmas surprise, AMD's first 28nm GPUs may be launched this December. The exact details are not known, but the launch is believed to be symbolic in nature.
Pictures of a few ICS widgets and news of the operating system's native screenshot capabilities have leaked - Android Police gives us the low-down.
Loewe, with Atlas Sound & Vision, introduce the new Loewe 3D IndividualCompose, the first of its 3D TV series in Singapore.
Canon today announces the launch of the new EOS-1D X. It sports a full-frame 35mm 18.1-megapixel CMOS sensor with a shooting speed of up to 14 frames per second (fps), powered by the brand new Dual DIGIC 5+ image processor.
Motorola's teaser campaign for its upcoming Android smartphone has just been given an early introduction, revealing the razor-thin Motorola Droid Razr.
DTS announces its opening of its newest office - the DTS Singapore Technology Center.
The Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS is said to be shipped with built-in photo editing software, Android Police reports.
Apple and Samsung are reportedly in talks over the production and shipment of Apple's upcoming A6 quad-core processors, targeted to be used in the next iPhone.