Thursday, 1 Sep 2011
Acer brings a slew of products - tablets, notebooks, desktops, and peripherals - to the Comex Show 2011.
Local viewers will continue to enjoy some of their favourite pay TV content, thanks to the announcement of a multi-year renewal deal for carriage of channels and services.
Sony reveals prices for its S and P tablets. The 16GB version of the S model will cost US$499, while the 32GB edition will retail for US$599. The P tablet will cost 599 Euros.
Vue Networks today announced the launch of several new content-centric devices at Comex 2011.
The iPhone icon used in the latest Apple Photo Stream beta for developers gave possible hints on the design of the upcoming device.
Wednesday, 31 Aug 2011
DPI announces the dVision Scope 1080p, a native 2:35:1 precision DLP projector delivering over 2.75 million pixels of imagery when scope HD content is displayed.
Razer launches silent versions of their award-winning Razer BlackWidow and Razer BlackWidow Ultimate mechanical keyboards.
M1 will launch four new mobile broadband plans that will be differentiated by data bundle sizes from the low price of $12 monthly tomorrow.
LG has made cleaning a tad simpler with its newly launched smartphone-controllable Roboking VR6180VMC vacuuming robot.
Gigabyte launched its latest Ultra Durable 4 Classic motherboard technology which debuts on the Intel H61 Express Chipset, offering PCs security from common everyday threats.