Friday, 27 Apr 2012
Besides featuring the entire lineup of Apple products including the iPad, iPhone 4S and the MacBook Air, customers will be able to learn about and experience Apple hardware, software, and accessories.
Work has started on bringing the popular game distribution channel Steam onto the open source Linux OS.
Samsung FPTV customers will get to enjoy the most natural sounding and immersive surround sound experience from the their TVs' built-in speakers. Dialog is crisp and clear, while unwanted volume fluctuations are eliminated.
Equipped with CoolStream High Performance Cooling technology, users can experience stunning visuals and realistic multi-player gaming with DiRT Showdown, which is included in this bundle.
If you bought a Nikon D800, D800E, D7000 or Nikon 1 V1 camera in the past two months, you may want to check your battery. Nikon is recalling a batch of its Nikon EN-EL15 rechargeable batteries, after discovering that some of them can overheat and deform, posing a hazard to users.
Twitter has made upgrades to its Android and iOS apps in the hopes of winning back users who were turned away after the last major redesign.
Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
Measuring a mere 12cm in width, this tiny motherboard is built on Intel's HM65 Express chipset and Sandy Bridge platform. Providing industry-standard features of a desktop PC, it is designed to deliver high performance and connectivity without compromising on lower consumption.
According to Fudzilla, AMD has cut the price of its flagship Bulldozer CPU, the FX-8150, from ~S$360 (219 European Euros) to ~S$296 (180 European Euros). This 22% price discount will put the FX-8150 at the same price as that of a mid-range quad-core i5 desktop Ivy Bridge processor.
Looks like Microsoft isn't taking a back seat when it comes to cloud storage. Having revamped Skydrive earlier this week, Microsoft is now giving Windows Live and Hotmail users a massive upgrade to 25GB of storage space.
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.