Remember your first phone? That old Nokia. It lived faithfully by your side for all those years, through the ups and downs, thick and thin, and despite all the metaphorical and literal knocks and falls of life, it still miraculously … Continue reading Goodbye for Now, Nokia
With IFA 2014 (Berlin) just around the corner, and everyone eagerly awaiting Apple’s “media event” on 9 September, the next month is shaping up to be one filled with huge amounts of excitement. We’re going to see the next generation of flagships being revealed, as well as the exciting new smartwatches and cameras and other equipment, but here are the top 10 we can’t wait for.
Welcome to another installment of should I upgrade, where we compare successors to their predecessors to see if the upgrade is worth it. This week we take a look at the recently launched Nokia Lumia 930, and whether Lumia 925 users should make the upgrade.
Today Microsoft announced via the Surface Blog that Surface Pro 3 will become available for purchase at retail outlets and commercial resellers on 28 August in Singapore. Customers can pre-orders for Surface Pro 3 now at the Microsoft Store online, as well as at authorized retailers Challenger, Newstead and Harvey Norman.
We’re down at the Red Dot Museum in Singapore where Microsoft is about to showcase their latest tablet-ultrabook hybrid, the Surface Pro 3, after giving the Surface Pro 2 a complete miss. It’s dubbed the tablet that can replace your laptop, and it’s a pretty good deal at roughly $1500 SGD for the i5 128GB version (plus type cover), and we can’t wait to get our hands on it over at the event. Related: Pre-order the Surface Pro 3 now in Singapore (full specs and pricing).
It’s about bloody time. While non-Asians have been gallivanting around with their games, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan citizens have been stuck on the Xbox 360. But not anymore – the Xbox One will be dropping in Singapore on September 23.
Windows tablets and smartphones will be cheaper this year, according to Microsoft.
Prices on 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch Windows tablets will become more competitive, Nick Parker, Microsoft’s vice president of OEM partners, said at this week’s Computex Asia trade show, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.