- News tagged "technostorm"
Tuesday, 30 Dec 2014
It looks like LG Electronics has more tricks up its sleeve this coming CES besides TVs running WebOS 2.0 and using quantum dots. The Korean TV maker has announced that it’ll be unveiling another technology called Wide Color LED and a new branding called ColorPrime.
Hard disk manufacturer Seagate aims to offer budget 10TB HDDs by 2016. Read on to uncover the company's plans to bring its hard drives to market.
If rumors are true, the OnePlus Two smartphone will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor running at 2.7GHz, a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 3GB RAM, and a 16MP camera.
Yet again, the rumor mill is churning with rumors about Microsoft. This time, it's about their Internet Explorer browser and a name that will be really familiar to Halo (or 300) fans; Spartan.
Wednesday, 24 Dec 2014
Great news for MyRepublic subscribers! The company has just announced that its Teleport service will now be offered as a feature of their broadband plans and it will no longer be charged as an add-on service.
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
At the 2015 International CES that's running from January 6 to 9 in Las Vegas, LG Electronics will be unveiling new TVs running the company’s newest WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform. The company is also working with Amazon and Netflix to bring 4K content to its TVs.
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
BlackBerry officially launched the BlackBerry Classic smartphone in Singapore today. As the name suggests, the Classic is a return to older BlackBerry models like the BlackBerry Bold 9900, and sports BlackBerry's signature QWERTY physical keyboard and physical navigation keys.
Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014
CES 2015 is almost upon us, and LG Electronics has just announced that it will unveil a new 4K UHD TV with quantum dot technology at the trade show.
Tuesday, 9 Dec 2014
To overcome the current bigwigs of the projector market, LG intends to focus on projectors using LED light sources, as well as the B2C market.
Friday, 5 Dec 2014
Microsoft has announced that from now on, eligible education institutions across Asia Pacific can provide an Office 365 ProPlus subscription at no extra costs for all students, faculty, and staff.