Choosing an antivirus for your computer system is kinda like choosing an Insurer. How do you go about making the selection? Check out the contenders – ESET Smart Security 4, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2010 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 as I uncover their strong points and weak points. I won’t be testing scanning (Antivirus)
Apple recently announced their new Aperture 3 photo editing and management software that comes with more than 200 features for Mac users. Today, Apple Singapore held a small media session and demonstrated some of the features of Aperture 3. The software only runs on Intel Core 2 Duo and higher, and the 64-bit version will run on
According to Fox News, Apple will be unveiling their new tablet as well as iLife 2010 and iPhone OS at next week’s invitation-only event in San Francisco. However, such claims would still be speculations until Steve Jobs stand on stage on 27th January.
Samsung has announced their latest Shark range of mobile phones which are going to be available this month. On top of that, the Korean manufacturer has also announced their apps are now accessible in Singapore, Germany, Brazil and China. Read on for the news.
Intel and industry partners have announced the launch of their new app store for netbook owners. Dubbed the AppUpCenter (http://www.intelappup.com/), it is currently in beta although there are some apps that are free for download or purchase.
Google has announced the launch of their URL shortening service (http://goo.gl/) that allows users to shorten a long URL address for convenience of sharing it with others on microblogging sites like Twitter.
Last month, Samsung announced their new smartphone platform “Bada”, and recently the Korean manufacturer has unveiled the software development kit (SDK) for developers and partners. Read on for the full release.
Toshiba and Intel has announced the launch of a Facebook game called Tokyo Time Warp. Tokyo Time Warp is part role-play, part-adventure and part-arcade, and promises loads of fun for FaceBook users.
If you are using Google Map Singapore this morning, you might notice a new feature that comes in a yellow person icon. Yes, the Street View that was launched in 2007 is now available here, featuring 360-degree views of street level imagery. Check it out on maps.google.com.sg/streetview
Today, ZiiLABS announced the TRINITY, a 3.5G/4G smart phone and development platform that supports Android™ and native Linux®-based Plaszma™ OS. The concept phone sports a 3.1-inch OLED capacitive display (480×800) and features a mini HDMI port for 1080p High Definition video output. Read on for the full release.
If you are using the latest Windows 7 on your PC, you may want to check out the latest Zone Alarm Extreme Security software for this operating system. It comes with various features including anti-spam, online backup and PC Tune-up, and the Zone Alarm Extreme Security is available at all Challenger superstores from tomorrow.
With this Logitech’s Ultimate Ears iPhone App, you can measure sound pressure levels and decibels with an SPL Meter. The app is available for free download from iPhone app store.
TS Mini Soho Server Asus, well-known for its high performance motherboards and graphic cards, has announced the TS mini Soho server , targeting modern home and small office users. Measuring 245 x 96 x 204mm and weighing 2.7kg, the mini server features a 1.66 GHz Atom N280 processor, 1Gb of RAM, a 500Gb or 2Tb HDD
Google and Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore held a press conference this morning to announce their collaborative effort to provide commuters with the info they require - from mapping, route planning to traffic congestion information and bus/train arrival schedule.
Samsung has launched their new open mobile platform, dubbed “bada”, which allows developers to create applications for Samsung mobile phones. , and consumers to enjoy a fun and diverse mobile experience. According to the manufacturer, the bada software development kit (SDK) will be made available to developers next month.
All New Fraps 3.0.0 Fraps 3.0.0, compatible with Windows 7 and the latest DirectX 11 games, has just been released. Featuring a new look and new functions, the useful freeware is available for download here. Read more…
The Google Street View Trike (Tricycles) is one of the vehicles used to cover areas that are inaccessible by cars such as narrow streets and alleys. Last month, Google and Singapore Tourism board gathered over a thousand suggestions to be visited by the Google Trike. From now till 20 November, public can cast their votes for the
Mozilla has announced their Firefox 3.6 BETA, prior to the release of the latest stable version 3.5 in June. The Firefox 3.6 will be a minor upgrade and scheduled to be available by end of the year. You can download the Firefox 3.6 BETA from Mozilla’s website.
Information on Web-based Malware Infections by Dasient Cnet has reported that there is an alarming rise in the number of websites (intentionally or accidentally) hosting malicious software. Dasient, founded by former Googlers, has claimed that more than 640,000 websites and around 5.8 million pages are infected with malware, with figures for infected pages almost twice
Ninite Folks over at Tomshardware has recommended a nifty utility called Ninite. It’s a software that allows users to “plunk” their favourite apps into 1 installer which will appear as a downloadable .exe file. Read more…