Friday, 16 Aug 2013
Starting from 17 August, the ASUS PadFone Infinity in the three colors (Titanium Gray, Hot Pink, and Champagne Gold) will be available at StarHub, M1, as well as ASUS authorized retailers at S$898 and S$998 for the 32GB and 64GB models respectively.
In addition to introducing UHD TVs, Samsung has announced the Samsung AirTrack HW-F850, a wireless soundbar that aims to offer a complete cinematic experience at home.
Samsung has launched three ultra-high definition TVs for the Singapore market: the 85-inch S9, and the 55 and 65-inch F9000. The most affordable of the lot is the 55-inch F9000, but it still costs a good S$7,499. More details after the jump.
Adobe has announced a new version of Adobe Creative Cloud that enables creative teams to purchase membership of a single desktop application like Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC or any other of the entire collection of CC desktop applications.
Sony has introduced the first ever memory card that automatically performs real-time backup copies of files for Windows-based PCs and notebooks.
Sony Mobile today announced its first "phablet", the 6.44-inch Xperia Z Ultra at Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai. Hit the jump to find out more about the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
Aimed to offer gamers precision, speed, control, and comfort, the Razer Tartarus features 25 programmable keys including an eight-way directional thumb pad. It also includes an adjustable soft-touch wrist pad, and backlit keys that give you total condition in dark conditions.
Mercedes-Benz is currently testing integration will Google Glass and says it will offer some form of Google Glass functionality by the time the Glass goes into production.
Update: Two days after Microsoft relaunched its YouTube app on the Windows Phone Store, Google has blocked it again.
Lenovo, the current global leader in terms of PC shipments, reported their smartphone and tablet sales have outstripped their PC shipment. According to the New York Times, the company shipped 12.9 million units of smartphones and tablets; while PC units numbered at 12.6 million.