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Summary of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 Launch

Here’s a quick summary of what was shown and announced about the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 after the break: Read More »

RIM Unveils BlackBerry BBX – a Next Generation Platform for BlackBerry Smartphones and Tablets

BlackBerry BBX is the next generation mobile platform that takes the best of the BlackBerry platform and the best of the QNX platform to connect people, devices, content and services. The BlackBerry BBX platform will include BBX-OS, and will support BlackBerry cloud services and development environments for both HTML5 and native developers. BBX will also support applications developed using any of ... Read More »

Samsung and Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich Event Starting Soon (Live Streaming Available)

Hey guys, for those who don’t know yet, the launch of the first and newest Ice Cream Sandwich is going to be announced soon. Go to to watch the launch streamed live. It will start at 10am October 19th 2011 Singapore Time. Here are the various global timing: 04:00PM – Hawaii (October 18th) 07:00PM – Pacific (October 18th) 08:00PM – Mountain (October ... Read More »

Motorola RAZR: Now in Android – Coming to Singapore early November

Hey what did I tell you? That’s the Motorola RAZR, and it will be available at all three local telecommunications operators – SingTel, StarHub and M1 – starting from early November. Here’s the quick rundown: 1.2 GHz dual core processor with 1GB RAM 4.3″ Super AMOLED with Gorilla Glass and splash-guard coating (even on the electronic boards inside) Super thin ... Read More »

Canon combines 1D and 1Ds series into the EOS-1D X

The Canon EOS-1D X is capable of a continuous shooting speed of 12 frames-per-second, making it the world’s fastest full-frame DSLR, powered by the new Dual DIGIC 5+ image processor. A summary of other key features include: 18.1MP full-frame (35mm) sensor Image noise control improved by 2 stops Next generation high-density reticular 61-point AF system New shutter unit with carbon fibre shutter blades promises 400,000 ... Read More »

Sneak Peaks into new Adobe Technology – Videos from Adobe MAX

[iframe title=”AdobeTV Video Player” width=”690″ height=”425″ src=”” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen scrolling=”no”] Remember the awesome image deblurring technology Adobe showed off during Adobe MAX 2011? Check out the video above. The official videos from Adobe is now available for consumption. The sneaks are intended to give Adobe MAX 2011 attendees a look at future technologies. These technologies may, or may not, make ... Read More »

Research In Motion Offers Free Premium Apps to Customers after Outage

RIM is offering a selection of free premium apps worth more than USD$100 to customers around the world as an expression of appreciation following the recent service disruptions that affected customers in Europe, the Middle East, India Africa, Latin America and North America. These premium free apps will be made available starting October 19, 2011 until December 31, 2011. The ... Read More »

Google Buzz is killed, and other services – Will you miss buzz?

Google is doing their clean up of their services, and Google Buzz is the next one to get the axe, among other services. Google Buzz will be decommissioned in a few weeks together with the Buzz API (November 14th 2011). Other services that will be phased out on January 15th 2012 includes: Code Search, Jaiku, iGoogle Social features, University Research Program for Google Search. Focus, ... Read More »

The search is on for next Social Media Star of SingTel

Do you have what it takes to host a YouTube channel showcasing the latest in consumer technologies, local news and events, as well as content aimed at engaging social media users? Do you have the personality to become the next Social Media Star of SingTel? Open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents, the casting call will be run on SingTel’s Facebook page ... Read More »

Whoa, Google Has Designers! – The biggest redesign in Google’s History (Presentation)

Google is in the midst of the largest redesign in its history, with more changes to come. Many have wondered who let the designers out of their cage at Google and set them on the path of making Google’s products more focused, effortless, and elastic. You’ll be surprised at the answer (hint – who else?). Jon Wiley, lead of the user ... Read More »