All posts tagged "Events"

  • Report: GPU Technology Conference Workshop 2011, Singapore

    Nvidia and Novatte jointly organised the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) Workshop 2011 on 12 May at Biopolis, Singapore. The GTC workshop brings together researchers, developers and GPU computing experts for knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas. VR-Zone reports.

  • LG opens first technology showcase store in Marina Bay Sands

    Fancy the idea of being able to take a walk down the bleeding edge of technology without having to worry about breaking the piggy bank after being 'poisoned' by the latest digital toys that have been popping up like popcorns in the recent years? Well, leave it to LG to deliver just what such consumers

  • Creative announces launch of new wireless speaker systems

    Cables are the nemesis of neat freaks who cannot stand the idea of having any form of foreign material cluttering their otherwise spotless desks, right? Well, the good news is that Creative has been hard at work in eliminating all traces of those pesky cables in its speaker lineup, and its latest line of wireless

  • Challenger Launches Windows Experience Zone in Singapore

    Enter Singapore's first Windows Experience Zone (WEZ) right at Challenger Funan, a unique retail zone that brings the complete PC buying experience to every consumer in this 24-hour operations store. What is in store in this unique zone ? More after the jump

  • Duke Nukem Forever to reach Singapore on 10 June 2011

    It has been a 15-year wait but soon, the wait will be over. Duke Nukem Forever will be launching in Singapore on 10 June 2011 on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC. This afternoon, VR-Zone was one of the media who was invited for a special preview of this highly-anticipated game.

  • Dell Launches Alienware Concept Store, Unveils New Laptops

    It is a great day for Dell Singapore as the company unveils their first Alienware Concept Store in Singapore. Along with that, Dell is reinforcing its Alienware brand of laptops with new hardware as well as a new model, the 14-inch M14x. Hop on to find out more

  • LG unveils new televisions with Cinema 3D and Smart TV technologies

    This morning, LG Singapore held a media event to showcase their new televisions that incorporated the company's proprietary Cinema 3D and Smart TV technologies. Read on for the coverage.

  • HTC Flyer coming to Singapore in May

    HTC held a media event today to unveil their highly anticipated Android tablet, the HTC Flyer. The HTC Flyer is scheduled to be available in May. Read on for the coverage.

  • Road to EVO 2K11: Singapore EVO Qualifiers this Sunday, 24 April 2011

    SGFIGHTER, in conjunction with Singapore Cybersports and Online Gaming Association (SCOGA) and FRIENDS OF CLEMENTI, have jointly organised the EVO Qualifiers for Super Street Fighter IV as part of the Clementi Game Festival 2011 that is going to be held this Sunday, 24th April 2011. Prizes include an expense paid trip to Las Vegas to participate in EVO

  • Brother brings the “bigger picture” to users with new line of printers

    Sure, most people do not exactly relish the idea of having a 'big brother' watching their every move and waiting to pounce on the slightest sign of discontent, but rest assured that not all 'brothers' are like that. In fact, we can think of at least one other 'brother' who seemingly has the interest of

  • Microsoft announces public beta of Office 365 for businesses

    Maybe it is because Microsoft's Office productivity suite is still the number one office suite of choice for most users around the world that people are always trying to nitpick on it for not being able to match up to their lofty expectations of what a 'proper' office productivity suite is supposed to be. However,

  • Lenovo launches Sandy Bridge-powered PCs, brings the smarts to PC users

    We all know that the hardware used to power our PCs today are getting smarter as technology advances, since they now come with various automated features which allow it to react to certain common usage situations. So what happens when an OEM takes a bunch of 'smart' hardware and assemble them together in the form

  • Adobe announces Creative Suite 5.5: not a “Service Pack”

    Point-updates for certain popular applications and programs are sometimes considered as the software equivalent of Service Pack updates for Microsoft's Windows operating system. However, Adobe wants to make it clear that the new development schedule which it has embarked upon for its industry-standard creative suite of software has little to do with the 'Service Pack'

  • Cisco launches Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Dual-Band Wireless-N router

    Now that more residential areas are getting the upgrades needed to access to the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (aka NGNBN), it should come as no surprise that getting an aftermarket router to share the ultra high-speed connection is going to be a top priority. And if you are willing to spare no expense in

  • Fujitsu announces new Sandy Bridge notebooks for Spring 2011

    For technology enthusiasts who demand nothing but the latest in hardware for their PCs, having a system that boasts Intel's current Sandy Bridge platform is no longer a luxury, but a minimum requirement. And Fujitsu has seen to it that the local market will not be left high and dry without their dose of 'sand'

  • Asus launches the Eee Pad Transformer in Taiwan

    It's been nearly three months since Asus first showed off its Android tablets and earlier today the first of the new models launched, at least in Taiwan. The Eee Pad Transformer was launched by the company chairman, Jonney Shih with what appeared to be every single local media on location. Not much that wasn't already

  • MSI launches CX640 notebook, upgrades others to Sandy Bridge

    Earlier today we attended an MSI launch event in Taipei where the company unveiled its new CX640 notebook alongside second generation Core i platform upgrades two a few other models. One thing that struck us is that MSI has added USB 3.0 connectivity across all of the new and upgraded models which is something that

  • Hands on with Fujitsu’s new Sandy Bridge consumer notebooks

    Yesterday we got to spend some time with three new second generation Core i processor notebooks from Fujitsu at a press event in Taipei, namely the Lifebook LH531, A531 and NH751. We did of course snap a few pictures of the new machines and a model or two just because. So let’s take a closer

  • Hands on with the Jabra FREEWAY and Jabra Stone 2

    Jabra held an informal working lunch with the media today at the Grand Hyatt Singapore hotel, and VR-Zone was fortunate enough to receive an invitation to the event. In addition to talking about their plans for expansion in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region, the company unveiled two products aimed at taking media connectivity to

  • Microsoft officially launches Internet Explorer 9 in Singapore: it’s all about the need for speed

    Have you downloaded the finalized version of Microsoft's latest browser for use on your Windows-powered PC? Well, if your answer to that question happens to be a resounding 'no', perhaps Microsoft's latest demonstration might convince you to have a change of heart. The Redmond giant has organized a media event at the Singapore Flyer Megu