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Routes To The World Cup

Andy Sim

Some think 94 dollars is worth forking out for, while others think it is outrageous. Should you prefer not to splurge too much moolah on the upcoming World Cup, here are some tips to get you connected to South Africa, one way or the other.

The World Cup Comes to Firefox!

Kenny Yeo

World Cup fever hits Firefox as you can now dress up your Firefox browser in the colors of your favorite team.

The Significance of Video Callling on iPhone 4

Seow Tein Hee

With WWDC wrapped up, everyone's talking about the features being officiated on the new Apple iPhone 4 and iOS 4. Some might find these features familiar, like video calling, or FaceTime as Apple calls it. Is it really a game-changer, or is Apple playing the catch-up game here?

Behind the Scenes of an Overseas Field Photography Exhibit

Alvin Soon

There's currently a "Photo Exhibition of Overseas Photo Fieldwork" from 10 Japanese students at the National Geographic Store in Vivocity. These students from the Nippon Photography Institute in Tokyo, Japan, are having quite the adventure, traveling across 10 countries in 6 months. I visited with them and asked them about the stories behind their photographs.

The Science of Software Security, according to Microsoft

Terence Ang

HWM/HardwareZone.com had the opportunity to visit the Microsoft Redmond office in late May and among other more serious (and technical) things, uncover stuff the team has done in the anti-malware department since the days of Nimda, Code Red and Slammer.

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