Friday, 14 Sep 2012
M1 will be launching a site for customers to register their interest for the Apple iPhone 5. Registration will close next Thursday, 20 September at 5 pm.
NVIDIA has officially launch the GeForce GTX 650 GPU. It features the full implementation of a Kepler GK107 chip, with 384 CUDA cores, clocked at 1058MHz. We first reported on its possible launch in August this year and it appears that most of the technical details leaked are accurate.
Google's latest developer build of Chrome now features Do-Not-Track support. This means we might see this feature in upcoming consumer builds of Google's popular web browser.
Reasonably priced at US$229, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 from the Kepler lineup utilizes a totally new GK106 core which was developed specially for this mid-range performance oriented card. Check out what its add-in card partners have to offer.
Hitachi GST has announced its new helium-filled hard disk drive platform. This radical technology is touted to reduce power consumption by around 23 percent and in turn helps to lower overall operating temperatures by up to four degree Celsius. The company plans to ship such HDDs by 2013.
Having struggled against the likes of social networking giants such as Facebook, Apple has decided to kill its music-based social network on September 30th after an ineffective two-year spell.
Thursday, 13 Sep 2012
QNAP's Symform cloud storage backup integration has been upgraded with unlimited cloud storage capacity by trading local storage capacity for cloud capacity, and now includes new Google Drive Sync feature.
Following in the footsteps of SingTel, M1 has decided to do away with the additional $10.70 charge for customers who want to sign up for its 4G plans.
EA gave the first live demo of Real Racing 3, its forthcoming title for iOS at the launch of the iPhone 5 in California last night.
Ozaki has announced its O!coat range of iPhone 5 cases, which consists of 10 colorful "fruits" and comes bundled with a Front Screen Protector and a Microfiber cloth.