Wednesday, 21 Aug 2013
At a press conference in Tokyo, Line Corporation revealed that it will introduce new services to its messaging app, which include video calls, Line Music, and Line Mall.
At the CLOUDSEC Congress 2013 in Singapore today, Trend Micro introduced a comprehensive set of services to empower organizations in adapting their response to and improving detection capabilities of these targeted attacks.
Available in capacities of 60GB, 120GB, and 240GB, the 7mm-high Force Series LS SSDs can be installed into most desktop or notebook PC with a standard 2.5- or 3.5-inch drive bay.
Viddsee, a regional platform for Southeast Asian short films, has announced a partnership with Tropfest SEA to screen finalist films from the short film festival.
The REA20 is Amped Wireless' new flagship Wi-Fi range extender and the first in the industry to be available with 802.11ac technology. A universal range extender, it is capable of expanding any wireless network by repeating, amplifying and rebroadcasting signals from any Wi-Fi router.
Sony has announced at Gamescom that the Playstation 4 will launch in 32 countries across the world, with Canada and the US receiving the console on 15th November, and Europe, Latin America and Australia getting theirs on 29th November.
SCEH has announced that the PlayStation Vita will be available at S$299 from 23 August in Singapore as new games are set to launch for the platform. Also, prices of the PS Vita memory cards will also be reduced.
LG Display has just revealed a 5.5-inch smartphone display with a stunning 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and 538 PPI pixel density. According to LG, it's also the world's slimmest and narrowest panel, at just 1.21mm thick.
The Google+ Photos app, previously only available on Google's flagship Chromebook Pixel, is now available on all Chromebooks. It's an app that automatically extracts and uploads photos to your Google+ account from storage media (SD card) inserted into the Chromebook.
According to AMD, the current crop of AMD Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs lack support for DirectX 11.2 application programming interface (API). This is apparently due to a change in the final specification of the programming framework, which wasn't anticipated by AMD.