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With new regional lab in Singapore, Huawei seeks to win converts to its phone software
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Cellphones

With new regional lab in Singapore, Huawei seeks to win converts to its phone software

February 25th, 2021 | by Wilson Wong
Huawei has opened a regional lab in Singapore to develop software for its phones and other connected devices. The location is...
After ownership change and overhaul, M1 brings out “fully flexible” mobile plans
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Mobile

After ownership change and overhaul, M1 brings out “fully flexible” mobile plans

February 23rd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
This comes two years after M1 was delisted from the Singapore Exchange amid an ownership change and much uncertainty over its...
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Enterprise

Dell opens US$50 million global innovation hub in Singapore

February 22nd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The first such centre outside the US, the Global Innovation Hub will create 160 new jobs this year in emerging technologies in...
Goondu review: The Medium
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Gaming

Goondu review: The Medium

February 22nd, 2021 | by Yap Hui Bin
For an interactive psychological horror story with great graphics, superb acting and some puzzle solving, The Medium is well...
In Singtel hacking case, lessons to be learnt on managing fallout
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Cybersecurity

In Singtel hacking case, lessons to be learnt on managing fallout

February 18th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
It is impossible to stop all cyberattacks, so how a business responds to the fallout is critical, as the Singtel hacking case...
In a software-defined, interconnected world, supply chain attacks are hard to ward off
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Cybersecurity

In a software-defined, interconnected world, supply chain attacks are hard to ward off

February 15th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
You not only have to worry about locking the gates at night - you have to hope that the lock maker you trust hasn't been...
What next for Huawei in a post-pandemic 2021?
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Cellphones

What next for Huawei in a post-pandemic 2021?

February 15th, 2021 | by Wilson Wong
Huawei's struggles are difficult to overcome in the short term, unless it convinces sceptics to overturn the damaging sanctions...
Goondu review: Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has great screen, camera but is bulky
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Cellphones

Goondu review: Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has great screen, camera but is bulky

February 11th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The screen is great for games and movies while the camera is a handy everyday shooter, but the Galaxy S21 Ultra is expensive for...
Foodpanda to expand pandamart delivery service to 12 Asian markets by end-2021
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Internet

Foodpanda to expand pandamart delivery service to 12 Asian markets by end-2021

February 10th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Foodpanda is expanding its pandamart grocery delivery service to four new markets - Japan, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar - by this...
Samsung pitches rugged Galaxy Tab Active3 tablet, XCover Pro phone to businesses in Singapore
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Cellphones

Samsung pitches rugged Galaxy Tab Active3 tablet, XCover Pro phone to businesses in Singapore

February 9th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The Galaxy Tab Active3 and XCover Pro are well protected so they can survive drops and get submerged in water, says...
Goondu review: Sennheiser IE 300 earphones will delight audiophiles
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Audio-visual

Goondu review: Sennheiser IE 300 earphones will delight audiophiles

February 8th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The Sennheiser IE 300 wired earphones offer excellent audio quality but you need an audio player or an adapter for your phone to...
Goondu review: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
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Gaming

Goondu review: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales

February 5th, 2021 | by Yap Hui Bin
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is an enjoyable web-slinging action adventure game that is a treat for those who liked the original...
Restrictions on use of TraceTogether data are good but government needs to rebuild trust
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Internet

Restrictions on use of TraceTogether data are good but government needs to rebuild trust

February 3rd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
After the TraceTogether debacle, the Singapore government has to urgently regain the trust needed to bolster defences against the...
Goondu review: Oppo Reno5 Pro shines in photography, but isn’t the cheapest
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Cellphones

Goondu review: Oppo Reno5 Pro shines in photography, but isn’t the cheapest

January 31st, 2021 | by Wilson Wong
The Oppo Reno5 Pro has a decent camera and attractive looks but its S$899 price tag makes you wonder if it should use a MediaTek...
Sony’s SRS-RA 5000, SRS-RA 3000 360 Reality Audio speakers out in Singapore
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Audio-visual

Sony’s SRS-RA 5000, SRS-RA 3000 360 Reality Audio speakers out in Singapore

January 29th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
The Sony 360 Reality Audio speakers promise to deliver ambient audio that makes you feel like you are at a cafe, relaxing over a...
Emotet, world’s “most dangerous” malware, gets disrupted by law enforcement agencies
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Cybersecurity

Emotet, world’s “most dangerous” malware, gets disrupted by law enforcement agencies

January 28th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Emotet, a powerful piece of malware behind many of today's cyber attacks, has been disrupted by authorities in a major takedown...
Enterprises need to become more tech-centric in another year of Covid-19 crisis
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Enterprise

Enterprises need to become more tech-centric in another year of Covid-19 crisis

January 27th, 2021 | by Grace Chng
Video conferencing and other digital technologies will continue to connect people and enterprises in 2021, as Covid-19 remains...
NUS researchers develop smart electrical plugs for an “Internet of Electricals”
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Enterprise

NUS researchers develop smart electrical plugs for an “Internet of Electricals”

January 26th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
With an embedded chip, the smart electrical plug can monitor how much power is drawn by the devices it is delivering electricity...
Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs
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Enterprise

Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs

January 22nd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
It won't just fund the big players and telcos to develop proofs of concept, but also help SMEs take up 5G in...
Q&A: Too many data protection vendors increases downtime costs for businesses, says Dell
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Enterprise

Q&A: Too many data protection vendors increases downtime costs for businesses, says Dell

January 22nd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Having too many data protection vendors could increase the cost of downtime and data loss, argues Dell...