Thursday, 30 May 2013
Samsung Electronics today announced the Galaxy S4 mini, a compact version of its flagship model. It will be available in two colors: white frost and black mist.
ViewQwest has launched ViewQwest TV, a media entertainment platform that uses a custom-developed Android set top box and ViewQwest's Freedom VPN 2 service, to allow users to catch geographically specific content from the U.S., U.K., China, and Hong Kong. More details after the jump.
Providing advanced power management via an LSI SandForce second-generation SF-2281 processor, the KC300 replaces the Kingston V+200 and KC100 SSDs, featuring enterprise-grade SMART attributes that allow IT departments to monitor wear range data, remaining SSD life, write amplification and total bytes written.
Google has just started rolling out a new inbox for Gmail on desktop and mobile, that promises to help reduce inbox clutter. This new inbox organizes your inbox by grouping incoming mail into categories, which appear as tabbed inboxes.
After a series of manufacturing glitches last year, Apple is looking to reduce its reliance on Foxconn by including Pegatron to its supply chain mix.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside revealed at D11 earlier that the company will be launching Moto X, the first smartphone assembled in the U.S, by October.
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
PowerColor has released their new low-profile HD 7750 EyeFinity 4 LP Edition, which is great for users with slim chassis but still want EyeFinity technology.
SingTel today announced that it is the first mobile operator in the world to offer data roaming services with a network selection feature that automatically connects customers’ mobile devices to preferred overseas partner networks in 44 countries. It also launched the EasyData Roam service.
StarHub today announced that it will bring Singapore's first true single-rate data roaming service to its post-paid customers. Known as "RoamEasy", it charges a single data roaming rate when you connect to any mobile network in 20 destinations.
HomeGrid Forum and the HomePNA Alliance have announced that they've merged to create a single organization focused on promoting advanced wired home networking technologies. The combined organization will promote the smooth transition of all current generation wireline home networking technologies to G.hn.