Thursday, 29 Nov 2012
Canon has just announced that their latest full-frame DSLR camera, the EOS 6D, will be available in Singapore from today. The camera comes in three kits, with a starting price lower than its direct competitor the Nikon D600. Click through for more.
Featuring dual fans, a rating of 200W, and a universal mounting for AMD or Intel CPU types, the Vapor-X CPU cooler has a similar configuration to Sapphire's graphics cards, that is, its vapor chamber is in direct contact with the CPU surface to accelerate the flow of heat away. The heat is then channeled away by a multi-heatpipe array and cooling fins.
To raise much needed cash, AMD is planning on selling its Austin, Texas campus and then leasing back space.
In partnership with Samsung, Woven by litl announces the launch of "Woven for Samsung Smart TV," an extension of its mobile photo-viewing app which now enables home users to view photos on the big screen too.
It's odd that the Google Drive mobile apps for Android and iOS didn't allow you to edit spreadsheets, but Google has rectified that today with the latest version of the apps. Hit the link to find out what other changes the updated apps bring.
While previous ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II graphics cards came in a three-slot design, the redesigned edition packages the product in a convenient two-slot height, to meet the demands of the gamer and overclock community as well as allow for easier integration into more desktop PCs.
Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012
Early adopters of Windows Phone 8 are reporting random reboots and battery issues on their devices. Both Nokia and HTC are aware of the problems and are working to resolve these issues.
Razer has announced a new, upgraded version of its Orochi mobile gaming mouse. The 2013 Orochi has been outfitted with a 6400 DPI 4G sensor, and also features extended battery life of up to 30 hours of continuous gameplay.
Silicon Power has just announced its rugged, anti-shock portable hard drive - the Armor A15.
Google has announced the integration of its cloud-based service, Google Drive, into Gmail, allowing for the attachment of files of up to 10GB in size, 400 times larger than the previous limit of 25MB.