- News tagged "technostorm"
Thursday, 16 Apr 2015
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.
Friday, 3 Apr 2015
Intel’s new SSD 750 series is designed for very high throughput performance and low latency thanks to a third generation Intel controller, optimized for the NVMe protocol to take advantage of the ultra fast PCI Express interface. Trust us, you'll want one in your system.
Monday, 30 Mar 2015
Samsung has revealed the pricing and availability of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones in Singapore. Pricing and availability of accessories for both phones were also announced. Full details inside.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2015
LG has just released the prices for most of its 2015 4K TV models, and the most affordable one costs S$1,899. What about the high-end models? More details after the jump.
Microsoft has just shared its latest browser strategy for Windows 10. No, it has nothing to do with killing Internet Explorer, though it's clear IE is no longer in Microsoft's good books.