Tuesday, 27 Aug 2013
The mid-tower Chaser A21 joins the existing A31, A41, and A71 in Thermaltake's fast-expanding Chaser family of chassis.
The Sony Xperia Z may not be as dust proof as it's touted to be. There have been several reports by users since March about dust particles residing on the camera lens itself. Hit the link to find out more.
Sony is introducing its PlayMemories Camera Apps, a service that lets you download and install new functions on demand to boost the capabilities of your camera, to even more countries in APAC.
Starhub today announced the launch of its MySmartEye app, an iPhone and Android smartphone app that will help visually impaired users 'see' by taking a photo, and letting other volunteers describe the contents of that photo to them.
Kingston has announced the SSDNow E50 enterprise-class SSD, enabling performance-focused organizations to obtain the same enterprise-level performance at a more cost-effective price point.
Ricoh Singapore has just launched three new business-oriented projectors for the Singapore market. Besides very capable specs, these 'desk edge' projectors have their interfaces and vents placed at the front, so as to free up more space on the table.
Samsung just announced the fourth member of the Galaxy S4 family - the Galaxy S4 Zoom. It comes with a 16-megapixel rear CMOS sensor and 10x optical zoom. Hit the link to find out more.
Yahoo has just announced that its stockpile of dormant usernames is ready to be released. Users who have successfully signed up for a dormant Yahoo username will be notified from today on.
Intel is set to publicly demonstrate overclocking of solid state drive (SSD) technology at next month's Intel Developers Forum (IDF). The session is titled "Overclocking Unlocked Intel Core Processors for High Performance Gaming and Content Creation".
The latest leak indicates that Apple's eagerly anticipated iOS 7 could be made available to the public on September 10, the same day that the company will announce the new iPhones.