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Hands-on: Google Cardboard
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Hands-on: Google Cardboard

September 11th, 2014 | by Aaron Tan
With Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus Rift for US$2 billion and Samsung surprising the tech world with a VR headset, you know something is brewing in virtual...
Hands on: Lenovo ThinkPad 8 tablet
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Hands on: Lenovo ThinkPad 8 tablet

July 26th, 2014 | by Loke Hon Chyte
Priced at S$999 (3G version) and S$1,099 (LTE version), the Lenovo ThinkPad 8 is not cheap. But if you are sold on the ThinkPad's renowned build quality, this slab may be worth...
Get your team on SkyDesk Projects
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Get your team on SkyDesk Projects

July 7th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
A part of Fuji Xerox’s SkyDesk suite of online tools, Projects is an easy way to bring together people virtually and keep track of goals throughout a project’s...
Say goodbye to sketching on napkins with Adobe’s new mobile iPad apps
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Say goodbye to sketching on napkins with Adobe’s new mobile iPad apps

June 23rd, 2014 | by Alvin Lai
While it’s disappointing that Ink and Slide aren’t coming to our shores, creative hands now have the power to put vision to paper no matter where they are....
Can Microsoft vertically integrate while working with rivals in enterprise space?
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Can Microsoft vertically integrate while working with rivals in enterprise space?

June 12th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
It'll be interesting to see how much Microsoft is willing to open up in the months ahead, to work with former...
NTUC Income’s new app turns your smartphone into an in-car camera
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NTUC Income’s new app turns your smartphone into an in-car camera

May 26th, 2014 | by Raymond Lau
Get into a taxi these days and you’ll likely see an in-car camera recording everything that happens in front of the car. The popularity of in-car cameras have surged in recent years, and in response to a marked increase in...
Microsoft: hackers using deception to overcome improved cybersecurity
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Microsoft: hackers using deception to overcome improved cybersecurity

May 16th, 2014 | by Jonathan Tan
Cybercriminals are ditching the old strategy of exploiting software vulnerabilities, choosing instead to rely on deceit and...
Singapore start-up takes on property rental with new online matchmaking portal
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Singapore start-up takes on property rental with new online matchmaking portal

May 8th, 2014 | by Raymond Lau
A new start-up in Singapore is taking aim at the property rental market in Singapore with a new online portal that promises users an honest and transparent process, from the moment landlords and agents list their properties to...
Q&A: Big Data needs to be fast enough for users, says SAP
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Q&A: Big Data needs to be fast enough for users, says SAP

May 6th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
Big data should give frontline staff - not just C-level executives pondering long-term strategy - instant information at their fingertips, says SAP Singapore managing director Kelly...
Cloud start-up unveils business contact card service
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Cloud start-up unveils business contact card service

April 19th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
As more consumers use their mobile devices to search for locations of cafes, retailers and other amenities, it becomes even more important for businesses to ensure their contact details are found easily. Yet, most consumers still...
Stemming the heartbleed
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Stemming the heartbleed

April 13th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
The Internet community got a wake-up call last week when news emerged that a bug in a piece of encryption software had been lurking in cyberspace for two years. Announced last Tuesday, the bug, known as Heartbleed, lets hackers...
Will StarHub’s new set-top box matter with streaming video?
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Will StarHub’s new set-top box matter with streaming video?

April 11th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
Newer set-top boxes are no way to tie down customers or gain new ones in the years ahead. Rather, freeing them from these antiquated devices might do the...
Microsoft should offer home and business editions for Office for iPad
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Microsoft should offer home and business editions for Office for iPad

March 30th, 2014 | by Alvin Lai
Perhaps a one-time purchase for the Home edition and a subscription fee for the Business edition would make more sense than its current...
The battle against Windows XP
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The battle against Windows XP

March 30th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
From this Tuesday, PCs running the decade-old Windows XP operating system will no longer receive security patches and other updates from Microsoft. As with all operating systems that have been retired, users who continue to rely...
Hands on: Thuraya SatSleeve for Android
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Hands on: Thuraya SatSleeve for Android

March 27th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
It will appeal to niche users, for example, people who trek often or sail outside the range of cellphone...
Goondu review: TomTom Runner GPS watch
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Goondu review: TomTom Runner GPS watch

March 24th, 2014 | by Alfred Siew
The fuss-free navigation plus TomTom's accurate tracking make the watch very attractive for both casual and serious...
Microsoft: Enterprises spend S$635bn annually combating malware
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Microsoft: Enterprises spend S$635bn annually combating malware

March 23rd, 2014 | by Jonathan Tan
Organisations worldwide are expected to spend nearly S$635 billion this year to deal with issues caused by malware-infected pirated software, according to a study commissioned by...
Hands On: Oppo N1 stands out from the crowd
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Hands On: Oppo N1 stands out from the crowd

March 22nd, 2014 | by Wilson Wong
If you are tired of a Samsung, Sony or Apple, and want a smartphone that stands out from the crowd, the Oppo N1 just arriving in Singapore now may be something to check...
How collaboration can work for your business
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How collaboration can work for your business

March 13th, 2014 | by Staff Writer
Brought to you by Fuji Xerox Team collaboration is the lifeblood of success in any business, so it’s no surprise that many tech companies – from Internet start-ups to IT bigwigs – are cracking their heads to...
GoG.com March Sale – Bloodrayne, Empire Earth, Stronghod and more!
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GoG.com March Sale – Bloodrayne, Empire Earth, Stronghod and more!

March 10th, 2014 | by Hui Bin Yap
Loved the good old Bloodrayne first-person shooter from 2003? Well, it's going for a crazy US$1.79 (S$2.27) now on game distribution site...