Wednesday, 24 Apr 2013
Sapphire has announced that it will start shipping the HD 7990, the fastest graphics card available at the moment that's based on the GCN (Graphics Core Next) architecture from AMD, from 24 April.
AMD has unveiled the embedded G-series system on chip (SoC) platform that features the next generation 'Jaguar' CPU architecture and Radeon 8000 series graphics engine. It marks the company's strategic push to markets beyond that of the PC industry.
Come May 15, Google will make plenty of exciting announcements but there are reports that they may not be what all of us want to hear.
Geekphone has put out its two Firefox OS developer phones for sale. The phones have sold out within hours, but stocks are said to be replenished soon.
Panasonic has announced a brand new advanced compact camera; the Lumix DMC-LF1, the first in the LF line and a sister series of the LX line of cameras. The LF1 comes with an f/2 Leica DC Vario-Summicron lens and a large 1/1.7" 12MP MOS sensor with built-in Wi-Fi.
Panasonic has revealed the Lumix G6, the successor to the mirrorless G5 camera. The new G6 comes with a 16MP Live MOS sensor and a new Venus Engine which promises high resolution with even lower image noise. Panasonic has also announced a new Lumix G 14-140mm f/3.5-5.6 lens with Power O.I.S.
Microsoft has just announced the next wave of Surface Pro and Surface RT availability. The Surface Pro will land in Singapore before the end of June.
Tuesday, 23 Apr 2013
Powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz RockChip RK3066/ARM Cortex-A9 processor along with Mali-400 graphics, the 7-inch T720 runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform, and includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities along with 8GB of internal storage space and dual cameras.
Netgear has introduced its new portfolio of NAS products that are designed for both home and SMBs, and run on the new ReadyNAS OS 6.
SingTel today announced that it has expanded its high-speed 4G mobile network to offer nationwide coverage with speeds of up to 150Mbps, as well as enhanced its 3G network to offer compatible devices download speeds of up to 42Mbps, which is double the maximum speed previously enjoyed.