Wednesday, 27 Mar 2013
The new Flipboard update to version 2.0 now allows users to create and curate their own private or public digital magazines with content from all over the web. The update is only available for the iOS version of the app, but Flipboard promises that the Android update is on its way.
HTC will launch a second generation Butterfly smartphone to capitalize on the strong demand for devices in this particular market segment.
According to a recently commissioned white paper, an amazing 33% of software used today is counterfeit. In addition, consumers will waste 1.5 billion hours this year dealing with malware.
Google has just moved Chrome 26 to the stable channel and it is now available for download. The most significant improvement for the new version is a vastly improved spell checker.
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
Panasonic launches six new compact cameras for the Singapore market, including the super-slim XS1, and the TZ40, a 20x optical zoom compact with Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC.
The update brings the integration with Evernote Smart Notebook. Users will get to enjoy this enhancement, along with several other new features and improvements such as multi-shot mode for taking photos, as well as introducing shortcuts to quickly jump to your most important notes.
RS Components has announced that it will be shipping the new Model A version of Raspberry Pi, the low-cost, credit card-sized computer board designed to boost the uptake of programming among young people and enthusiasts worldwide.
The two all-in-one PCs run on the Windows 8 OS and come equipped with Intel Ivy Bridge processors, and MSI's Instant Display Technology to automatically kick the monitors into standby mode after the systems are being powered up.
Packed with an Intel Mobile 847 1.1GHz ULV dual-core processor, the MSI Wind Box DC110 measures 35mm thin and runs on the Windows 8 platform.
StarHub has launched Booktique, its new e-bookstore that provides customers convenient access to an extensive library of digital books on their computers or mobile devices anytime and anywhere.