More than 800,000 blood donors had personal data exposed, in latest leak in Singapore
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More than 800,000 blood donors had personal data exposed, in latest leak in Singapore

March 19th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
The HSA data breach is the third such incident in Singapore in less than a year, which raises questions of how well private citizen data is being...
Goondu review: Samsung Galaxy S10+ is an attractive, if expensive, all-rounder
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Goondu review: Samsung Galaxy S10+ is an attractive, if expensive, all-rounder

March 17th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
In the Galaxy S10+, Samsung has made an attractive phone packed with the right features to win over a broad market of users, as long as they can afford...
When a smartphone can help find victims of a natural disaster
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When a smartphone can help find victims of a natural disaster

March 15th, 2019 | by Techgoondu
A new type of portable satellite transceiver may one day save the lives of people who are stranded during a natural...
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Singapore shoots up supercomputing rung with Aspire 1

March 13th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
With an upgrade planned this year, a Singapore supercomputer called Aspire 1 will soon join the ranks of the world’s most powerful...
Reality check for bike sharing services as Mobike exits Singapore
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Reality check for bike sharing services as Mobike exits Singapore

March 12th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Yet another bike sharing service has met its end in Singapore, with China's Mobike exiting the market here on...
Sony’s new Bravia A9G TV looks to build on OLED momentum
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Sony’s new Bravia A9G TV looks to build on OLED momentum

March 9th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
The Sony Bravia A9G, the Japanese company's flagship TV in 2019, comes with a slimmer profile than last year so it looks better mounted on a...
Goondu review: LG V40 ThinQ is a decent phone but faces tough rivals
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Goondu review: LG V40 ThinQ is a decent phone but faces tough rivals

March 8th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
The V40 will have to appeal to a relatively narrow segment of the market who don't want Chinese-made phones or Samsung's...
Managing a chatbot like a typical employee
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Managing a chatbot like a typical employee

March 7th, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Chatbots have to be better managed as more of them are involved in daily interactions with customers, say experts at a recent industry panel...
Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam
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Q&A: More flexibility with storing data is key, says Veeam

March 5th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Organisations are looking to manage data in a way that unlocks its use and drives business transformation, says...
Singapore startup Connectome wants to use game AI to make smarter virtual agents
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Singapore startup Connectome wants to use game AI to make smarter virtual agents

March 1st, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Singapore startup Connectome is creating a virtual human agent that promises to understand a real-world situation and converse as a human...
Foldable phones carry promise despite limited showing at Mobile World Congress
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Foldable phones carry promise despite limited showing at Mobile World Congress

March 1st, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
The foldable phone, even going by early videos and photos at the Mobile World Congress show this week, is the biggest breakthrough in smartphones in...
Deploying Windows and Mac on a large scale
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Deploying Windows and Mac on a large scale

February 28th, 2019 | by Techgoondu
When online luxury retailer Gilt Groupe K.K. wanted to run Windows programs on its all-Mac infrastructure, it turned to a solution that could operate stably and at...
In Japan, technology is helping to predict a tsunami, recycle water for affected citizens
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In Japan, technology is helping to predict a tsunami, recycle water for affected citizens

February 27th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Despite being a nation always on guard against natural disasters, Japan learnt some painful lessons in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 10,000 people and caused a nuclear plant meltdown that affected many...
With Singapore telcos slugging it out, enjoy the benefits while they last
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With Singapore telcos slugging it out, enjoy the benefits while they last

February 24th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Enjoy the good deals now but don't be surprised if telcos take back some of the generous or unlimited data add-ons a couple of years from...
Do we need a gaming phone?
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Do we need a gaming phone?

February 23rd, 2019 | by Wilson Wong
If playing your favourite games is your reason to get a high-performance phone, most flagship phones will most likely be able to meet your expectations....
Asia-Pacific businesses need to do more to prepare workers for AI
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Asia-Pacific businesses need to do more to prepare workers for AI

February 22nd, 2019 | by Grace Chng
Worryingly, a new study shows that many Singapore companies have no plans to help employees acquire AI-related...
Hands on: Samsung Galaxy S10+ impresses, even as rivals up the pressure
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Hands on: Samsung Galaxy S10+ impresses, even as rivals up the pressure

February 21st, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
It may look familiar but small but significant updates such as an in-screen fingerprint sensor make the Galaxy S10+ a competitive phone this...
Hands on: Canon EOS RP
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Hands on: Canon EOS RP

February 17th, 2019 | by Wilson Wong
Shutterbugs who like Canon's latest mirrorless cameras but feel that last year's EOS R was too costly will find the new EOS RP more wallet-friendly....
Circles.Life comes up with unlimited mobile data plan at S$48 a month
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Circles.Life comes up with unlimited mobile data plan at S$48 a month

February 15th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
Virtual operator Circles.Life has come up with what appears to be the cheapest unlimited data plan in Singapore at S$48 a...
No longer Apple clones, Chinese smartphones are breaking new ground in 2019
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No longer Apple clones, Chinese smartphones are breaking new ground in 2019

February 12th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
No longer slavishly copying Apple designs, Chinse smartphone makers are proving that they can come up with newer interfaces and driving up quality as...