Wednesday, 1 Feb 2012
The fine folk behind Gothere.sg are back with a third app, after the success of Gothere.sg and FlightLover. Box Office for iOS promises to make booking movie tickets on the move as easy as pie. Plus lucky draw!
RIM introduces The Bold Team, a group that comprises of four different cartoon characters, and an infographic based on responses from Twitter users about their plans to #BeBold in 2012.
Boxee has removed its PC-based applications from its servers with effect from yesterday. The company will concentrate on CE offerings such as the Boxee Box henceforth.
Userful has released the next generation of its Userful MultiSeat solution to enable very affordable general purpose computing options for a large number of clustered users. Using this, HP's latest t200 thin client solution costs no more than US$99 per seat!
CrackBerry obtained an exclusive image of the first BlackBerry 10 phone codenamed London. Research in Motion is said to be testing 1.5GHz dual-core processors from TI and Qualcomm on the London.
The rumored HTC Ville broke cover for the first time in a video showing off an ultra sleek profile and industrial design. The handset is also seen running on Android 4.0 and HTC Sense 4.0.
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012
Adopting the AMD Tahiti 28nm GPU, the ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II TOP is one of the earlier cards to incorporate a custom cooler with their DirectCU II technology and features an overclocked engine clock speed of 1000MHz with 3GB GDDR5 video memory, which is also slightly faster than reference speeds.
Following AMD's Radeon HD 7970 launch just weeks ago, it was only inevitable that the Radeon HD 7950 counterpart would follow suit. To mark today's official launch, a slew of Radeon HD 7950 graphics cards have been released by add-in card partners ASUS, Club 3D, HIS, MSI, and Sapphire. Check them all here!
ASUS has confirmed that they will be officially launching their long-awaited PadFone device at the upcoming MWC, reports MoDaCo.
Like the name implies, it is a compact sound system which pairs with smartphones and Bluetooth-enabled devices for music, movies, games, and calls.