Thursday, 18 Apr 2013
The Samsung Galaxy S4 with LTE will be available in Singapore from 27 April 2013, at $998, without contract, in Black Mist and White Frost.
Introducing the MSI AG2712 27-inch Gaming All-in-One PC, which runs on the Windows 8 platform, and comes packed with an Intel Core i7 quad-core mobile processor and NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 670MX discrete graphics card with up to 3GB GDDR5 in graphics memory.
Within just 24 hours of Monday's explosion at the Boston Marathon, Trend Micro observed an outbreak of more than 9,000 Blackhole Exploit Kit spammed messages, all related to the tragic incident.
First unveiled at the CES 2013, the lightweight notebook cooler that's shaped like a ball is ideal for 10- to 17-inch notebooks.
3D Fit is a mobile app from Glasses.com that enables you to see how glasses look on your 3D model via augmented reality.
According to a report by Ocaholic, the AMD Radeon HD 7990 card will be officially launched on 24th April. The card is reported to feature two 'improved' Tahiti GPUs, and they will be kept cool with a triple-fan cooling system.
Ricoh has announced the Ricoh GR premium compact camera. In the vein of the Fujifilm X100S, Sony RX1 and Nikon Coolpix A, the Ricoh GR is a large-sensor, fixed-lens compact camera. It features a 16.2MP APS-C sized CMOS sensor with a 18.3mm (28mm in 35mm equivalent) f/2.8 lens.
LG Head of Mobile Marketing, Won Kim told Engadget that the second generation of Optimus G will be unveiled sometime in Q3 2013.
Ever since the Macbook Pro introduced the Retina Display, other notebooks have been struggling to match its display resolution. Google's new Chromebook Pixel redresses the balance somewhat and now the Toshiba Kirabook 2560 by 1440 brings a high resolution to the Windows Notebook product segment.
Samsung has admitted to hiring students in Taiwan to post fake online reviews slamming the phones of arch-rival HTC and are now facing investigations of false advertising. Samsung called the incident "unfortunate and occurred due to insufficient understanding of these fundamental principles."