Friday, 27 Jul 2012
Samsung launches a handful of Smart TV apps to augment their current suite of applications, including the ever popular Angry Birds game which exploits Samsung's latest motion-control technology available on premium Smart TV models.
Huawei has recently released the entry-level Ascend Y200, an Android 2.3 smartphone that comes with an 800MHz processor, 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
Developed by Pioneer, the Virtual 3D Sound Technology present in all five models in this new range creates a virtual sound field behind the screen which takes 3D audio to a whole new level.
Google has launched an online hub where users can get up-to-the-minute news on their favorite sport or country team, find out what's trending in the world, circuit around the Olympic Park, or watch live streams on YouTube.
Priced at S$328, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is now available at all authorized BlackBerry partners as well as local telcos SingTel and M1.
MSI has upgraded its MS G series gaming laptops with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M GPU. It is the fastest Kepler-based chip from NVIDIA's current arsenal of notebook GPUs.
Kipon, a China-based photography accessories maker, has announced that it has developed two electronic adapters for mounting Canon EF lenses on Sony Alpha NEX and Micro Four Thirds-based mirrorless camera bodies.
Priced at S$999, the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 includes a 20-megapixel sensor, 3.6x optical zoom, and is capable of capturing Full HD movies. Encased in an aluminum body, the compact camera also offers ISO sensitivity up to an overwhelming ISO25,600, a control ring, as well as a high contrast 3-inch LCD.
Apple's legal disputes with Samsung continue, but this time, the Cupertino company may have an ace up its sleeve: Samsung's own internal documents that allegedly openly admit that the South Korean company mimicked the iPad, and was told off by Google for doing so.
Rumor has it that Twitter is about take another big step forward in becoming a bona fide media company with plans to host and produce its own web TV content. Talks with Hollywood producers are reportedly underway.