Five ways the Roborock S8 robot vacuum will change the way you clean your home
Don't keep cleaning the old, tedious way - upgrade your cleaning routine to enjoy a spotless living space with the Roborock S8.
After another DBS outage, is it time to make banks publicly report service uptime?
After yet DBS outage, it may be time to make banks publish their digital banking uptime statistics so consumers can decide what's acceptable.
Xiaomi 13 Pro review: A photography powerhouse with 1-inch image sensor
The Xiaomi 13 Pro impresses with its top-notch mobile photography capabilities and is a phone that rival flagship phones will look to beat.
IT leaders must manage the tension point between application development and security by embracing a DevSecOps approach
DevSecOps brings together ITOps and SecOps teams so application security and compliance testing are incorporated into every stage.
SPTel offers multi-network eSIM service to businesses running IoT apps
SPTel launched a multi-network eSIM service that connects flexibly to one of three Singapore mobile operators to keep IoT devices running.
Oppo Find N2 Flip review: A worthy flip phone alternative to Samsung
With a foldable screen design that shows less of a crease, the Oppo Find N2 Flip offers an alternative to Samsung for flip phone buyers.
As TikTok faces a possible ban in the US, should users elsewhere be worried?
Should TikTok users be concerned about their privacy as the US considers a possible ban or other restrictions on the social media platform?
Foodpanda to use Gogoro electric scooters in battery swapping trial with Cycle & Carriage
Food and grocery delivery operator Foodpanda will use electric two-wheel vehicles to make deliveries in Singapore, as part of a new trial.
RedCap: A new cellular IoT technology for the 5G era
RedCap 5G, the latest and most powerful cellular IoT technology to emerge is the first that is capable of leveraging the power of 5G.
Sony Playstation VR2 review: An immersive experience awaits
The Sony Playstation VR2 VR headset impresses by immersing gamers in a virtual world. However, it needs a Playstation 5, which is costly.
Debate on computational photography misses what’s real, what’s lived outside a frame
Using artificial intelligence (AI) and “computational photography mad science” to improve smartphones images captured with diminutive imaging sensors (relative to standalone cameras, at least) is old news. Is it a…
Get the best Mac-friendly monitors for colour-perfect design work
BenQ's PD series of Mac-friendly monitors come with colour accuracy, easy connectivity and comfort that will delight creative professionals.
LG OLED Flex LX3 review: A bendable gaming monitor for the adventurous (and rich)
Want a PC monitor that stays flat for your spreadsheets but bends into a curved screen for immersive gaming? See the flexible LG OLED Flex.
How mirrorless cameras can attract users in era of computational photography
Mirrorless cameras shoot great pictures but the lack of lenses and difficulty in sharing images have to be fixed to win over smartphone users.
Hogwarts Legacy review: Defying gravity
Hogwarts Legacy will please fans of Harry Potter with its gameworld and spell-casting combat, though there are some game-breaking bugs.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra review: Impressive flagship design, performance
The Galaxy S23 Ultra sports an attractive design, a handy stylus and several impressive cameras but its high price will put off some buyers.
Hands on: Oppo Find N2 Flip looks promising for those seeking foldable phones
With promising camera capabilities and less of a crease on its screen, the Oppo Find N2 Flip is a new option for those seeking a flip phone.
Q&A: Delivering movies digitally and securely from around the world
A movie shown in a theatre may require a file 100x larger than what's streamed on a TV, thus requiring a dedicated network link, says Colt.
Geek Buy: Logitech MX Master 3S offers a comfy grasp
Fancy an ergonomic mouse to make life easier while working at home? The Logitech MX Master 3S offers a comfy grip and links up three devices.
In remote Taiwan, firefighters use a 5G base station “in a box” when responding to emergencies
In Taiwan, firefighters make use of a portable 5G base station in a box to keep connected while responding to emergencies in remote areas.