Thursday, 18 Oct 2012
SingTel just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note II.
The rumored US$99 entry-level Nexus 7 is said to sport a single-core 800MHz processor.
By leveraging on the cloud computing features of the Kepler GPU, NVIDIA has announced the VGX K2 graphics board that is touted to deliver workstation graphics capabilities to any device that is connected to the cloud service. The VGX K2 board features twin high-end Kepler GPUs and 8GB of video memory.
The dual-SIM SH530U, SH631W, and SH837W come loaded with FEEL UX, a unique UI which simplifies daily tasks like texting, surfing the web, as well as accessing social media platforms, contacts, and shortcuts.
Google Calendar is one of the most widely-used services from Google and it's getting its own app in the Google Play Store. Read on for more details.
Google just sent out invites to an Android event in New York City on 29 October
File sharing website The Pirate Bay has made a drastic change to its infrastructure, moving all operations to the Cloud. The site will now use several cloud hosting providers scattered across several continents around the world, which should make it virtually invulnerable to police raids.
Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012
The Inspire T3300 and Inspire T6300 speaker systems are the "loudest" speakers in the existing lineup of multi-channel speaker systems, capable of delivering full spectrum audio playback with impressive loudness and robust bass.
Just Mobile has introduced two stands for Mac users - the AluBase and AluRack - both designed by Danish designer Jakob Wagner.
Dell is rolling out a refreshed portfolio of business and consumer PCs built for Windows 8.