Tuesday, 19 Feb 2013
HTC officially launched its latest flagship phone, the One which will be available globally in more than 80 countries and regions beginning in March.
The Prime Smart Voyager launched by Prime Touch & Feel is a comprehensive mobile app that aims to be your virtual guide. Utilizing GPS technology and location-based services, the app serves as a map and an information hub, stocked with over 4,500 narrative stories of various attractions and places of interests in Europe and Japan.
A press photo of the HTC One (previously known as HTC M7) has been leaked in all its glory just mere hours before the official announcement. The photo shows two color variations for the upcoming device.
LG has announced that it sold an Optimus L Series device every second over the past two months, driving sales of the smartphones to over 15 million units. LG will also unveil a new generation of the L series at MWC 2013 with an upgraded design along with enhanced features.
Screenshots of the new Samsung Galaxy Altius smart watch have been leaked. This is according to The Verge who reported that they were obtained from a South Korean message board. Read on to uncover this potential competitor to Apple's smart watch.
Cooler Master has announced its latest Hyper 212X CPU cooler, which is built on the success of the Hyper 212 and Hyper 212 EVO options. The new cooler offers an affordable price tag without compromising on performance.
HTC has released a teaser image on its official Facebook page, showing what seems to be a corner of its upcoming flagship One device "peaking from under a cloth with [a 19/2/13] date embroidered on it".
LG Display has announced that it will invest 706 billion won (about US$655 million) in a new production line to mass produce OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels.
Google has announced that they are extending Indoor Google Maps to 22 popular shopping destinations in Singapore. Detailed floor plans will automatically appear when you're viewing the map and zoomed in on a building where indoor map data is available.
A team of computer scientists at the University of London claims to have invented a self-healing and crash-proof computer. Their computer is based on systemic computing where each set of computer instructions are executed independently, making the whole system less prone to our familiar BSOD.