Tuesday, 25 Jun 2013
HP has announced the launch of new consumer products, including notebooks, tablets, detachables, and All-in-One PCs.
Weighing only 156g, the charger incorporates Sony's Lithium-ion polymer technology, providing a high output of 1.5A that allows for fast-charging of portable devices while retaining up to 90% of its capacity even after 1,000 charges.
Samsung Singapore has announced that selected 2013 Samsung Smart TV models are now registered with the IDA to be compatible with the digital format DVB-T2 and with Singapore's DVB-T2 receiver specifications.
Western Digital has just announced its plans to acquire sTec for US$34 million. sTec was an early leader in the enterprise solid state drive industry. This acquisition is expected to augment the existing solid state storage business of HGST, a Western Digital company.
Monday, 24 Jun 2013
The HP Slate 21 is for anyone who wants to share the Android experience with his friends and family. With its large 21.5-inch touchscreen display, it ranks as one of the largest Android devices we have ever seen. Here are our first impressions of this massive Android device.
HP today announced a broad portfolio of PCs that point to the evolutionary direction of desktop PCs, providing enterprise customers with powerful and progressively designed devices that meet a range of deployment scenarios and needs.
Chinese security firm Qihoo recently discovered a serious flaw in the "cloud backup" feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which when exploited, allows malicious software to send text messages while assuming your identity without you knowing.
Panasonic has announced a new line of micro SDHC memory card with 'six-proof' properties; the new cards are waterproof, possess static electrical resistance, magnetic resistance, X-ray resistance and heat resistance. The new cards will be available on July 13th.
Mozilla announced last week that they will be collaborating on the Cookie Clearinghouse, or CCH, with Stamford Law School's Center for Internet and Society (CiS). However, this development will mean more delays to the launch of its cookie-blocking feature that was announced in February this year.
A touch-enabled notebook that pivots to let users share their work and folds to go mobile as a tablet, the 11.6-inch HP EliteBook Revolve comes powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processors and is optimized for the Windows 8 platform.