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Apple will open its online store in India on September 23. Residents in the world’s second most populous nation will be able to order the full range of Apple products on the platform.
Huawei is certainly making up for lost time. While the pandemic has paused product launches for much of the year, the China giant has responded with the launch of six new products tonigh (Singapore time).
By Edward Lim
For nearly an hour tonight, Huawei certainly stayed true to the theme of its event — “Huawei seamless AI life product launch”. It introduced a slew of products that are each impressive on its own right and deserving of the coverage that many other media will write about in the coming days.
If nothing changes in its relationship with Google, Huawei is ready to unleash its HarmonyOS on its smartphones in 2021. And from what was shared during a keynote by Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business at Huawei Developers Conference, the new OS may well hold its own against the well-established Android and iOS.
Individuals in Singapore can check if they have been in proximity to COVID-19 cases using the newly-introduced SafeEntry Location Matching SelfCheck service.
If you’re using a Pixel, OnePlus, Oppo, realme or Xiaomi smartphone, rejoice because you’ll be the first to enjoy Android 11.
In a countersuit to Epic’s legal action, Apple alleged that “Epic’s lawsuit is nothing more than a basic disagreement over money.”
The young and gamers have another option to consider following the launch of the Poco X3 NFC. Priced from S$329, the mid-range smartphone combines sleekness with power. And it gets better for those in Singapore — the country will be among the first to get this new model from September 9.
Samsung has taken smartphone prices to new heights this century with the introduction of the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, which is priced at a staggering S$2,888.
Despite the pandemic and resulting economic crisis, the worldwide PC and tablet market is expected to grow by 3.3 percent to 425.7 million units in 2020, according to IDC.
ZTE has become the first to get off the blocks in the under-display camera smartphone race with the launch of the ZTE Axon 20 5G.
The punch hole or tear drop for the front camera — a common eyesore on smartphones — will be gone for good next year, with Xiaomi smartphones at least.
Samsung Electronics has begin mass producing the first 16-gigabit LPDDR5 mobile DRAM using extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology at its Pyeongtaek plant.
The Apple-Epic Games plot continues to thicken. In the latest development, Apple has cancelled the game developer’s account from App Store.
NVIDIA’s new GPU is out. But it’s not the long-awaited next gen Ampere-based card. Instead, the GeForce MX450 is a new addition to the laptop line-up.
Software giant Microsoft has stepped into the ring and taken the side of Epic Games in its fight against Apple. This makes for a more intense legal tussle between Microsoft and Epic at one corner and Apple (and possibly Google) at the other.
At a time when many are struggling or closing shop, the newly-minted US$2 trillion Apple will be opening its third store in Singapore — right on the edge of the water near the iconic Marina Bay Sands (MBS).
It seems like only recently that Xiaomi wowed the world with its affordable smartphones that were always sold out at launch. Yet, it has been a decade and the company is looking at building on its smartphone success for the next 10 years.
Zoom Video Communications has set up its first Southeast Asia data centre in Singapore — its 18th in the world.
ZTE will launch the ZTE Axon 20 5G under-display camera smartphone in China on September 1, 2020.
Source: Epic Games
A battle royale is hotting up with Apple and Google at one corner and Epic Games in the other. And all over a US$2 problem. Of course, that applies to just one transaction for 1,000 V-Bucks. Imagine the quantum when that is multiplied by millions of Fortnite users? The amount is staggering and that’s why the two giants are standing their ground against the mega game company.