Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
A slight slip up from Valve revealed extra categories and genres for the smartphone version of Steam that had nothing to do with their usual gaming fare. Could it be that we have another online store on our hands?
The customer preview of the new Microsoft Office has been unveiled featuring an intuitive design which works with touch, stylus, mouse, or keyboard across new Windows devices including tablets. It will delivered to subscribers through a cloud service.
M1 will be introducing tiered smartphone plans by end Q3 together with the launch of its 4G LTE services.
Monday, 16 Jul 2012
Offering the features present in the ASUS ROG Vulcan ANC, the ROG Vulcan PRO incorporates the ROG Spitfire USB audio processor and large 40mm neodymium drivers. It also come equipped with a detachable microphone, memory foam ear cushions covered with breathable Japanese protein leather, a tough touring case, and a removable braided cable.
Konica Minolta has celebrated the opening of its regional headquarters at Mapletree Business City. It aims to double its revenue by 2016 across the SEA region for the office and production printing solutions.
Available in capacities of 500GB, 750GB, and 1TB, the AC232 features an innovative anti-slip, anti-shock soft rubber with a stylish tropical ocean pattern, and comes equipped with maximum read and write speeds of 112MBps and 109 MBps respectively.
AT&T customers will be getting an exclusive red-colored Galaxy S III with pre-orders starting from July 15th and in-store purchases beginning from July 29th. This will be on top of the globally available shades, Pebble Blue and Marble White.
ASRock has announced its top-end board, the X79 Extreme11 that features the Intel X79 Express chipset with support for LGA2011 CPUs. The board's impressive 24 + 2 power phase design, allows for maximum power delivery and potentially better overclocking results! Read on to uncover more features.
While earlier reports have mentioned that the iPhone 5 will be entering production soon, another conflicting report has claimed that it has already gone into production, priming itself for a September/early-October release.
Cisco will break the 1Gigabit speed barrier for wireless networks as it plans to release a 1Gbps 802.11ac access point next year. This add-on module is compatible to its existing 802.11n-based Cisco Aironet 3600 access point, making it easy to join the 1Gbps 802.11ac bandwagon!