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Trying BlackBerry 10 on iPhone and Android

Trying BlackBerry 10 on iPhone and Android

Want to buy the BlackBerry 10 but doubt whether it can be better than Android or iPhone? There are ways to overcome these doubts. Quoted from Cnet, Tuesday (2/4), you can try this new OS directly either on Android or iOS devices via the browser. It’s [...]

Know the Technology Wireless Charger

Know the Technology Wireless Charger

Increasingly sophisticated technology. Now charger technology created without cable. Wireless Charger technology names. Another name Wireless Charger is Inductive Charging. This technology utilizes magnetic force to deliver power between the two objects. The [...]

Toshiba Canvio Slim, Slim External HDD

Toshiba Canvio Slim, Slim External HDD

Toshiba Singapore Digital Products and Service Group (DS) today introduced the Canvio Portable Hard Drive Slim, with a capacity of 500GB. In a press release received TechBoom, Saturday (2/2), Canvio Slim is one external 2.5-inch hard drive form factor [...]

Review: Norton Internet Security 2013

Review: Norton Internet Security 2013

This time TechBoom try to give a brief review of the latest security system from Symantec, Norton Internet Security 2013. What are the advantages? Consider the following reviews. The main features Norton Internet Security (NIS) 2013 already have all [...]

The World’s Smallest Movie Using Atomic

The World’s Smallest Movie Using Atomic

Researchers from IBM managed to break the record by making the world’s smallest movie. The film uses atoms as an actor in a movie called “A Boy And His Atomic” lasted 1 minute 35 seconds. The film is made using stop-motion technique, [...]

Apple Still Use Samsung Technology in iPad Mini

Apple Still Use Samsung Technology in iPad Mini

Engaged in “patent war” in 10 countries in the last year. Although Samsung continues to marginalize the competition to win the market of smartphones and tablets in the world, Apple is apparently still dependent on the South Korean technology [...]

Audio Dock Wrapped in Wooden Africa

Audio Dock Wrapped in Wooden Africa

Samsung Indonesia introduced the world’s first audio dock that combines digital and analog technology, and made ‚Äč‚Äčspecifically for the Samsung Galaxy. South Korean manufacturer combines the sharpness and clarity of the sound of the Digital [...]

ASUS Releases the Mini version of the GTX 670

ASUS Releases the Mini version of the GTX 670

ASUS recently launched the newest whiz graphics card designed for small form factor PCs. GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini Series can be used for mini-ITX motherboards. GTX 670 DirectCU Mini has a dual-slot with a length of only 17cm with NVIDIA GTX 670 [...]

January 30, RIM Launch BlackBerry 10

January 30, RIM Launch BlackBerry 10

Research In Motion (RIM) has finally officially announced the event dates for BlackBerry 10. Quoted from IntoMobile, Tuesday (11/13), January 30, 2013 will be a historic day for the latest platform’s launch. In this event, the Canadian manufacturer [...]

Grand Theft Auto V Can Already Booked at 5 November

Grand Theft Auto V Can Already Booked at 5 November

Grand Theft Auto V is a radical re-creation of the GTA series. Rockstar Games announced that the latest release of the Grand Theft Auto series of games will be on the market early next year. Grand Theft Auto V alone in sieve-sieve by leading games publisher [...]

Smartphone BlackBerry 10 Not for sale in Japan

Smartphone BlackBerry 10 Not for sale in Japan

BlackBerry, formerly known as RIM, decided not to sell latest BlackBerry 10 smartphone in Japan. “Japan is not a major market for the BlackBerry,” said the company recently announced that BlackBerry Q10 and Z10. Quoted from Cnet, Friday [...]