Friday, 20 Sep 2013
StarHub just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Hit the link to find out the contract pricing.
HP has unveiled a suite of consumer PCs, tablets, along with new services and solutions, including (but not limited to) the HP Spectre 13 Ultrabook, HP Pavilion 11 x2 (a 2-in-1 detachable), as well as the HP Slate 7 Extreme tablet.
Hyped up for the F1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix but not exactly thrilled with the transport inconvenience this race-crazed weekend? Uber is introducing its #UBERPRIX party bus that's available tomorrow, 21 September, from 8pm to 2am!
Built with a unique 3D circuit design that minimizes unnecessary cabling which results in lower crosstalk and signal noise, the VS power supplies run on a single, powerful rail platform which helps in load balancing and compatibility with graphics cards.
StarHub has successfully raided a storage facility of illegal set-top boxes and uncovered a few hundred units. The raid, conducted with help from the Police, was carried out earlier this week.
Following in the footsteps of the largest redesign in Apple's iOS history, Evernote has revamped itself in a new package for iOS 7. Also, the new Evernote for Mac 5.3 debuts a brand new view option - Presentation Mode.
SingTel just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which will be available for pre-registered customers on 27 September.
Consumers who have registered their interest for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can collect their devices starting 27 September from local telcos as well as Samsung Experience Stores. Alternatively, you may purchase the gadget from 28 September onwards.
The new Apple iPhones are launched today in Singapore, and we visited the telcos to get a gauge of consumers' reception towards the devices.
The specifications of the top-end AMD 'Hawaii' R9 290X GPU have been leaked ahead of their planned launch next month. This new 28nm GPU is based on the company's 2nd generation Graphics Core Next microarchitecture. It is expected to compete with NVIDIA's GK110 graphics processor.