Wednesday, 31 Aug 2011
M1 will launch four new mobile broadband plans that will be differentiated by data bundle sizes from the low price of $12 monthly tomorrow.
LG has made cleaning a tad simpler with its newly launched smartphone-controllable Roboking VR6180VMC vacuuming robot.
Gigabyte launched its latest Ultra Durable 4 Classic motherboard technology which debuts on the Intel H61 Express Chipset, offering PCs security from common everyday threats.
Windows 8 will be able to mount ISO and VHD files without installing third party software such as Daemon Tools or PowerISO.
Samsung will be launching a mobile instant messaging tool similar to Whatsapp, BlackBerry Messenger and Apple's upcoming iMessage to attract more consumers to its handsets.
Now that the "Mango" update for Windows Phone 7 is near, it's time for website operators to tweak their sites to accommodate the new version of IE9 that's in the update.
Just after jumping into the gaming notebook market, Razer goes and reveal a new gaming peripheral.
ASUS introduces the O!Play Mini Plus, offering access to a multitude of online services for endless entertainment from both video and social media websites.
Korean TV brands, Samsung and LG Electronics, maintain their leading positions in market share by revenue for worldwide shipments of flat-screen TV sets, according to the latest data released by California-based market research firm DisplaySearch.
A five minute video of the new HTC Sense 3.5 was leaked online, which showed off a more refined user interface.