Friday, 21 Sep 2012
Singapore is among the first wave of countries to launch the iPhone 5 today. Hit the link to find out how the telcos and authorized Apple retailers coped with the crowds.
Razer has released the beta version of Razer Game Booster, the software which optimizes a user's system settings to enhance game performance. With the click of a button, gameplay becomes faster, smooth, and easier to launch.
Apple's latest Maps app isn't very well received, but they implored new users to be patient with it. The reason given was that it's still in the early stages, and will only get better as people access it more.
The refined version of deF!ND includes new features, including (but not limited to) a significantly expanded database of more than 100,000 reviews on more than 15,000 eateries from HungryGoWhere.
GlobalFoundries has launched a new technology designed for the expanding mobile market. The 14nm-XM offering will offer customers the performance and power benefits of three-dimensional "FinFET" transistors with less risk and a faster time-to-market, helping the fabless ecosystem enable a new gen of smart mobile devices.
You will be able to get the new Office via two main ways - a subscription or a one-time purchase. Subscriptions to Office 365 include all Office applications, additional services product upgrades as soon as they are available, and access to Office on up to five PCs or Macs, along with streamed access to full-featured Office applications on any PC.
YouTube adds a new beta Video Questions Editor feature which enables users to make their videos more interactive by inserting questions during video playback which viewers can answer to.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
The local office of Intel organized a media update this morning to keep us abreast of the company's technology development and innovation, with special attention paid to Ultrabooks powered by its third generation Intel Core processors.
SanDisk has announced that it is developing flash memory cards based on the new CFast 2.0 specification introduced today by the CompactFlash Association (CFA).
A conventional PC chassis with a white exterior against black interior (or an all-black one), the Soprano comes with an invisible top-mounted HDD docking station and internal USB 3.0 ports.