Monday, 7 Jun 2010
There seems to be no stopping the Android machine, as the latest 2.2 version now makes its way over to the iPhone 3G.
Amazon is seeking a patent on a system that would allow users to order an item using a simple nod of the head.
In no relation to the singer, Sony Ericsson might be launching another Android device sized between its Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and X10 mini, currently codenamed Shakira.
Friday, 4 Jun 2010
The existence of interoperability issues with 3D glasses is one of the more notable bane of 3D televisions. XSpanD is hoping to resolve this thorny issue with its recently announced universal active-shutter glasses, set to be priced at US$129.
It's tablets, tablets and more tablets, and the Korean company brings in a version of their own, running on Google Android with a 7-inch screen.
Thursday, 3 Jun 2010
During the Bank of America Merrill Lynch technology summit on Wednesday, HP CEO Mark Hurd said "we didn't buy Palm to be in the smartphone business." So what did HP pay US$1.2 billion to acquire Palm for?
Wednesday, 2 Jun 2010
AMD Fusion technology preview offers a glimpse into a sleeker, cooler, more vivid future for the computing experience, putting the CPU and GPU on a single chip.
Tata Communications and Rendezvous Hospitality Group Open Singapore's First Public Room Telepresence Facility
Businesses in Singapore can now use high definition, immersive videoconferencing for virtual meetings with people around the globe.
AcBel Polytech introduces the Ultra Small Adapter 90W, a lightweight and slim notebook power adapter bundled with an all-in-one universal plug. It accepts 100 to 240 volts of AC input voltage with an 19.5V (4.74A) DC output and is able to reach a peak power output of 120W with heavier applications.
SanDisk Corporation today announced that it has begun shipping the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s highest-capacity removable memory card for mobile phones Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the 32 gigabyte (GB) SanDisk microSDHC card.