- News tagged "technostorm"
Friday, 17 Apr 2015
Samsung has announced availability details of its top-end JS9500 and JS9000 SUHD curved smart TVs. The new TVs will be based on Tizen OS and feature Samsung's proprietary nano-crystal technology for more accurate color reproduction and improved brightness, contrast, and detail.
Samsung's newly released SUHD TVs (the JS9000 and the JS9500) might be wowing local audiences, but the CE giant's also released a handful of other 4K UHD models. More details inside.
Cyanogen has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to integrate the latter’s apps and services into Cyanogen OS.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2015
The Lumia 640 and the 640 XL are powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1GB of RAM. Out of the box, both run Windows Phone 8.1 OS with the Lumia Denim; but they're also upgradeable to Windows 10 when the OS drops later this year.
Nokia will purchase Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion Euros. Find out why Nokia has set its sight on the French telecommunications equipment company.
Friday, 10 Apr 2015
Don't like using the desktop versions of Microsoft Office? Microsoft and Dropbox have worked together to integrate Office Online and Dropbox on the web.
HWM, Singapore’s leading tech magazine, and HardwareZone.com, Singapore’s No.1 online technology portal today announced the winners of the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards 2015, in recognition of the best brands and products in the technology industry.
Thursday, 9 Apr 2015
StarHub TV has announced that it's launching a new IPTV service for Singapore homes today, and it'll be delivered over the fiber broadband network.
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015
Amazon and Newegg have updated listings for the Windows and Linux versions of the Intel Compute Stick, an ultra-portable flash drive-sized PC that turns any HDMI-equipped display into a computer. Hit the link for more details.
Intel aims to rid the workplace of wires with Intel Pro WiDi and Wireless Docking technology, part of the technology built into its new vPro Intel Core processors. Wires are a drag on productivity, and Intel believes it can make workplaces more efficient and productive by eliminating the need for cables.