News tagged ‘technostorm’
Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014
Not long after Apple bought Beats, Google acquires music streaming service Songza, known for its curated playlist features, with plans to enhance Google Play Music.
Samsung unveiled a smaller variant of its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone. Known as the Galaxy S5 Mini, the 4.5-inch smartphone runs on a quad-core 1.4GHz processor, 1.5GB RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014
MyRepublic customers, rejoice! The company has announced that it will be extending the free promo period for its Teleport service till August 30. And you get a very attractive promo rate for the next 12 months if you continue your Teleport subscription.
Samsung has just unveiled the world’s first consumer 3D Vertical NAND SSD, the SSD 850 Pro, at the Samsung SSD Global Summit in South Korea.
Monday, 30 Jun 2014
Looking for a high-end home theater projector? If so, here's a heads-up: Sony's super-impressive but also super-expensive VPL-VW1100ES 4K projector is now available in Singapore.
Dolby Atmos Coming to Home Theaters; Yamaha's Aventage RX-A3040 and RX-A2040 Receivers to Support It Soon
Dolby Laboratories has announced that its Atmos surround sound tech is coming to home theaters. And Yamaha is quick to announce that its Aventage RX-A3040 and RX-A2040 AV receivers will support it soon via a firmware update.
Friday, 27 Jun 2014
Sony neckband-style, Bluetooth wireless headset, the SBH80, has arrived in stores. Sporting balanced armature drivers and aptX codec support, this lightweight headset can also alert you of your smartphone's notifications through discreet vibrations.
Apple updates the 5th generation 16GB iPod Touch with new colorful options and a 5 megapixel rear camera; prices for the 32GB and 64GB models have also dropped significantly.
Google showed off a (nearly) working prototype of its Project Ara modular smartphone concept at Google I/O today, and also shared more insights into the progression of the project, including why it is investing in a 3D printer that can print 50 times faster than traditional 3D printers.
At just US$10 per month per user, Google Drive for Work offers unlimited storage along with business class security, ultra large file uploads and more. Should competitive cloud storage solution providers like Microsoft OneDrive be concerned? More details after the jump.