Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010
Today sees the announcement of the Sony Ericsson LiveView. This innovative accessory is another step in Sony Ericsson's commitment to help consumers get the very best mobile phone experience through the open Android platform.
Dell announces the launch of three new LED and laser color printers that deliver the next evolution in color printing technology to small and medium businesses and home offices.
Huawei unveiles the IDEOS smartphone for the first time in Singapore. The new smartphone, which is the world's first mass market smartphone to be powered by Android 2.2, redefines the "Android for all" concept by combining full feature performance with high-quality hardware and software at a very competitive price.
Blackberry unveils its new professional-grade BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and BlackBerry Tablet OS.
It would seem that Google has finally brought paid apps to Singapore and 12 other countries though it seems access hasn't yet been enabled.
OCZ Technology unveils the OCZ Onyx 2 Series, a 2.5 inch SSD with superior affordability designed for mainstream desktops and mobile systems.
Within just two days of launch, Apple's iPhone 4 has already sold out in China.
Monday, 27 Sep 2010
Nokia debuts its slim 'Touch and Type' design range with the Nokia X3 Touch and Type. The touchscreen phone with a 12-button keypad is now available to consumers in Singapore at a recommended retail price of S$295, excluding operator plans.
NEC will showcase their "PaPeRo" robots at the Japan Creative Centre from 25th September to 8th October 2010. This is in lieu with the ongoing "Life Innovation by Japan's Robot Technology" exhibition which features recent developments in robot technologies in Japan.
Though Nokia hasn't made any official announcements of its upcoming Meego devices, you can try the Meego OS by loading it onto devices such as Google's Nexus One or even the Dell Streak.