Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
Five new Tegra 4-optimized games with breathtaking graphics and immersive gameplay are debuting at the MWC 2013 this week. The TegraZone "Fantastic 5" are: Burn Zombie Burn, Carie: Blood Mansion, CODEX: The Warrior, Dead on Arrival 2, and RU Golf.
At MWC, ASUS also announces its open cloud strategy, dubbed ASUS Open Cloud Computing (AOCC), which comprises of four distinct services: AOCloud, AOLink, AOStream and AOHelp.
Microsoft has just announced that Internet Explorer 10 is now finally available to all Windows 7 users globally.
Now available in the iTunes App Store, the THX tune-up app is an easy-to-use, interactive app that lets the general consumer use an iOS device to adjust their TVs, projectors and speakers, to get the best performance and enjoyment from their entertainment system.
With the recent influx of 5-inch devices, ZTE has gone ahead and announced an Android smartphone with a 5.7-inch, 720 x 1280 display at MWC 2013. Comparatively, Samsung's Galaxy Note II comes with a 5.5-inch screen and Huawei's Ascend Mate comes with a bigger 6.1-inch screen.
The story of WebOS takes another turn as LG Electronics has bough the platform from HP. Rather than being used for smartphones and tablets, LG will be using WebOS for its Smart TVs.
The ASUS GeForce GTX Titan is available starting today at S$1,599 from selected ASUS authorized resellers in Sim Lim Square and Funan DigitaLife Mall. If you're interested in experiencing the Titan, you may sign up for our HardwareZone PlayTest Event with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan. Details inside.
AMD has unveiled details about TressFX Hair that is its new, cutting-edge rendering technology that is touted to be able to create life-like locks in real time. It leverages on the DirectCompute to harness the parallel processing prowess of its AMD's GCN-based GPUs.
With plush toys and a licensed series of board games under its belt, the Angry Birds franchise is now set to launch its own animated web series.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has reported that global music revenues have increased by 0.3 percent over 2012. This is the first time since 1999 that the music industry has reported an increase in revenue.