Tuesday, 26 Apr 2011
The HTC Flyer combines natural touch and pen interaction, and is HTC's first tablet blending its trademark design language with an all-new HTC Sense user experience.
Sony takes its home theater lineup on to the Internet today by introducing the 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System (BDV-E380), and Blu-ray player with Wireless LAN Ready (BDP-S380).
Norton has consolidated a quick check-list for those royal wedding fans to help them steer clear of cybercriminals.
The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 is a sleek keyboard that delivers Logitech Advanced 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and up to 2 years of battery life, giving users the convenience of wireless with the reliability of a cord whenever they use their keyboard.
Samsung goes all out with a series of ads showcasing its thin 8.49mm profile and hands-free Voice Talk feature on the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Jinny Software today announces the launch of VAVOOMB, enabling calls and video to transmit over IP networks while still utilising circuit-switched networks.
Available to the Singapore market, the InFocus N146 is a short throw projector with native WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution to project widescreen notebooks and HD video without scaling.
Monday, 25 Apr 2011
LifeSize has qualified its LifeSize Passport HD video conferencing product to be the first room-based, business-class video conferencing solution to be plugged into Skype.
A recent interview with Qualcomm's vice-president of global marketing revealed there will be nine Windows Phone 7devices based on the company's Snapdragon processor.
With the furor surrounding the recent discovery that the iPhone may be keeping a cache of your locations for at least a year, the issue of privacy is once again in the spotlight. However, there are some useful research from such data.