Thursday, 4 Nov 2010
Ever wondered how Microsoft Xbox Kinect's motion detection works? Wonder no longer, as Wired.com has your answers.
Leading I.T. portal HardwareZone.com has teamed up with Singapore's MatchMove Games to provide gaming entertainment to its users.
Leadtek Research Inc., the leading manufacturer of professional graphics card solutions and exclusive workstation partner of NVIDIA in the APAC market, announced three new additions to their Quadro Fermi series.
LG Electronics and Microsoft Corp. announced today that they are teaming up to provide customers with a free selection of quality applications for LG customers with Windows Phone 7 handsets.
Synology Unleashes the Multifunctional and Budget-Friendly DiskStation DS411j for Home and Small Office Users
Synology Inc. today unveiled DiskStation DS411j, a 4-bay full-featured NAS server dedicated to backups and data sharing and available at an attractive price tag for home and small office users.
Facebook has just announced a slew of new features, from offering local deals for mobile users to launching a new Facebook app for Android.
Wednesday, 3 Nov 2010
Earlier on, a senior official from LG tweeted about the imminent launch of the LG Optimus Pad during early 2011, reporting it to come with NVIDIA Tegra 2 and Honeycomb, only to have the comment pulled off the web.
HP opens the first design center for its Imaging and Printing Group in Singapore. The first of its kind, the new design center will be responsible for the design and development of inkjet and web solutions products that will be used worldwide. The center will ensure that HP's industry leading designs are built to not only address the unique demands of Asia-Pacific but cater to customers around the world.
Sony debuts the new WALKMAN NWZ-S750 series in Singapore today, the latest MP3 player that sports a suite of five advanced Clear Audio Technologies, including new Digital Noise Cancelling feature that reduces up to 98.0% of ambient noise for crystal clear playback.
ENVISION introduces its ENVISION Series 61 LCD with screen sizes ranging from 21.5 inches to 23.6 inches. The new displays will feature a series of "sliding" switches dubbed as Touch Switch for OSD management.