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Microsoft Edge is good, but would scarred ex-IE users return?

Ng Chong Seng

I'll admit it: Microsoft Edge (formerly known as Project Spartan) looks good, and it's getting better every day. But as a former Internet Explorer user who is now juggling between Chrome, Firefox, and Safari for both work and play, I wonder if I've the capacity to handle another browser.

A Neutral Net

Hurrairah bin Sohail

The issue of net neutrality is one of paramount importance. With the all pervasive nature of the web and its exceptional proliferation it is no wonder that corporations will seek to profit. However, everyone must realize that the net draws its strengths from the fact that it provides a neutral platform for one and all.

The Search for the One (Social Network)

Seow Tein Hee

For the lucky few (such as yours truly) who managed to join the Google+ bandwagon, we are now faced with a dilemma - the presence of too many social networks. And therein lies the need to manage and keep our social network in order.

Understanding LTE

Seow Tein Hee

Long term evolution (LTE) is coming to Singapore, and CommunicAsia 2011 gave us a chance to examine how LTE will make a difference in mobile connection speeds when it goes into full deployment.

The OpenNet Installation Experience

Vijay Anand

So it was my turn to have OpenNet come over to run the optical fibre cable and install the termination box. I decided to take a few notes for those who've yet to have their internet infrastructure upgraded. Hopefully it would help you keep a few important considerations in mind. For those who've already upgraded, do add on your experiences.

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