Friday, 15 Jul 2011
StarHub announces Singapore's first network-based mobile Internet content filtering service, offering it for free to customers till June 2012.
Symantec finds that while the most popular mobile platforms in use today were designed with security in mind, these provisions are not always sufficient to protect sensitive enterprise assets.
Sony could be releasing new models of its E-Book readers in the U.S. as early as August in a move aimed at competing with the Amazon Kindle.
SingTel today announced that it will be adding three new targeted channels to its Mio TV service.
BRIK Audio launches a range of six hi-fi components including internet radio and digital analogue converter, which allow users to customize the setup according to their needs.
The widespread use of search engines and online databases has affected the way people remember information, researchers are reporting.
The new motherboard will be the first to work with the PCI Express 3.0 specification, offering more bandwidth to enable faster communication between components inside a system.
Avast has conducted a study of its users and found that 60% of them run a vulnerable version of Adobe Reader.
LUXA2 offers accessories for your MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, including all-leather protective sleeves, multi-functional mouse pad, screen protectors and keyboard protectors.
Kim Hyung-suk, a South Korean iPhone user, files a lawsuit against Apple for unsolicited location tracking. According to lawyers and court officials, Apple has since compensated Miss Kim one million Korean won.