Friday, 4 May 2012
Viewqwest, a provider of next generation connectivity, has launched its Freedom VPN service and is now bundling IPTV and voice services with its Fibernet broadband plan. Freedom VPN is available as an add-on service to any existing Viewqwest plan at S$10 per month, while the new bundle will cost S$65 per month.
Designed to be compatible with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the betas now include improved cloud-enabled features including (but not limited to) Norton Management and Norton Identity Safe.
Featuring a user-friendly 1.6-inch touchscreen display, it is almost like having your own personal fitness instructor and favorite DJ helping you to train any time you want.
At long last, the Opera Mini mobile web browser is finally made available for users of Samsung's smart devices. Those running on the Bada and Android OS can now download the app for accelerated web browsing, while keeping costs low.
Dolby Labs Inc has signed a pact with Microsoft to include their Dolby Digital Plus multi-channel codecs in the upcoming Windows 8 operating system for tablets and personal computers.
The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich finally arrives on the Huawei MediPad. In addition, the 7-inch tablet will be retailing at a new recommended retail price of S$498 (including GST) without contract at authorized Huawei retailers.
Detected by Symantec as Android.Notcompatible, the Android malware threat is currently being spread by a handful of infected websites.
Fujitsu introduces its newest Lifebook LH772 and Lifebook LH532 - the first models to include the new mobile Intel platform featuring designs ingrained with the Japanese Takumi philosophy.
Flipboard, an app that collects content from social media and other websites and collates them all into a magazine format, has always been an iOS-exclusive app. However, it seems the app is no longer exclusive to Apple's ecosystem as it was spotted on Samsung's new flagship mobile phone, the Galaxy S III.
Theoretical physicist Mr. Michio Kaku has posted a video discussing the collapse of Moore's Law in about a decade or so. The validity of Moore's Law has been discussed for a while but Kaku's reasoning and the slowing down of processing power that is currently witnessed lends weight to his predictions.