Wednesday, 22 Sep 2010
According to HotHardware, it is probable HTC is jumping unto the tablet bandwagon soon. Word is HTC has snagged a deal with Pegatron Technology to engineer its upcoming Android-powered tablet based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 platform.
Tuesday, 21 Sep 2010
Logitech today unveiled two new G-Series gaming peripherals Ã¢â‚¬â€ the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 and the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse.
Monday, 20 Sep 2010
HP today unveiled the latest evolution of its touch experience. The redesigned HP TouchSmart310 desktop PC features a sleek, appealing new form and the most advanced version of HPÃ¢â‚¬Ëœs exclusive TouchSmart software to date.
TomTom announces that it will enter the Singapore market with dedicated Personal Navigation Devices (PNDs).
For PC users, Qio MR is the industryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first device to combine a card reader which supports all the major HD video memory card formats in one compact, mobile rack mounted unit, providing a convenient and high-speed alternative to stand-alone card readers and various adapters.
If rumors are to be believed, Facebook is working on their own mobile phone to let users quickly access and tap into their Facebook accounts.
Friday, 17 Sep 2010
Canon had a big launch today, with one new camcorder, three new cameras, one new DSLR, six new L lenses and accessories.
With Digital Noise Canceling built into the new WALKMAN, the NWZ-S750 series reduces up to 98.0% of ambient noise and also delivers up to 50 hours of continuous music playback.
Thursday, 16 Sep 2010
Atlas Sound & Vision unveils the Bose Lifestyle V-Class Home Entertainment Systems which includes the new Lifestyle V25 and V35. The 5.1 surround sound systems utilizes Bose's Unify intelligent integration system which enables Bose Lifestyle V-Class owners to set up their home entertainment units quickly with simple step-by-step visual and audio prompts. Homeowners have a choice of either the minimalist Jewel Cube speakers with the V35 or high-performance Direct/Reflecting speakers with the V25.
Microsoft unveiled the "beta" test version of Internet Explorer 9 on Wednesday, the first of a new generation of Web browser programs that tap into the powerful processors on board newer computers to make websites load and run faster.