Friday, 30 Sep 2011
According to a report from Wall Street Journal, Nokia is working on a Linux-based operating system (codenamed "Meltemi") for its feature phones.
Thursday, 29 Sep 2011
Canon today introduced 7 new PIXMA inkjet printers, 10 new imageCLASS Multi-Function printers for SMBs, 2 PowerShots featuring the new DIGIC 5 image processor, and 2 IXUS(s).
SanDisk today unveiled a broad lineup of new retail products and introduced a new preservation solutions category.
Norton by Symantec today announced the availability of Norton Mobile Security Lite, a free security application for Android-based smartphones.
The HTC Explorer has been officially announced in India, and it will be available in Asia from Q4 2011. Its pricing and availability within Singapore has not been confirmed at this time.
An alleged video of Android's Ice Cream Sandwich OS surfacing on the World Wide Web might very well offer a sneak peak of what we can expect on the upcoming OS.
Lenovo announces three new desktop PCs - the first Edge-branded ThinkCentre Edge 91z AIO designed for SMBs, and the ThinkCentre M71z AIO and ThinkCentre M77 for large businesses.
Verizon has completed a fiber-optic network expansion project in Singapore, greatly increasing the company's network coverage and doubling capacity for enterprise customers.
Samsung has agreed to a patent cross-licensing deal with Microsoft, related to a series of patent infringement by the Google Android operating system employed by Samsung's portfolio.