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Terence Ang

Recently, upon my return from the 50th IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany, I begin to marvel at how we've often ignored the technologies that have to work with 'wet or organic elements' such as the washing machine, coffee machines, microwave ovens and of course, the electric shaver. Probably one of the reasons why they're often overlooked is because they're so attached to us (sometimes literally), that we would see them as an integral always-on element in our lives.

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Vijay Anand

This Christmas is going to be pretty interesting for everyone with a whole slew of new products in every tech segment. Of particular interest in this blog update is the state of USB 3.0 on new generation motherboards on the horizon. Is Intel even interested in USB 3.0? Judging by new P67 and H67 boards pictured, perhaps not as much as we hoped.

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Dr. Jimmy Tang

If you've always wondered what Japan's robot technology can help in making our lives better in the future, then you have to head down to Japan Creative Centre at Nassim Road to get a glimpse of these robots in action. It's a 2 week exhibition with Japanese companies such as NEC and Toshiba showcasing some of their inventions. We caught a preview of the exhibition last week and we have a couple of videos here, just in case you can't make it to the exhibition.

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Kenny Yeo

As a bad case of scabies keeps me awake, I ponder about the importance of businesses have their own websites.

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Aloysius Low

Sometimes, seeing is believing, and offered the chance to preview Microsoft's Kinect for the Xbox 360, how could I say no?

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