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App-etite For Connection

Andy Sim

Build a software platform, and applications will follow. Likewise, an application needs an operating system to operate on. In essence, this relationship is so pervasive on our tech gadgets that it's migrating from tiny phones to huge TV sets. Big or small, most are already wired to the net. Everything is connected these days, isn't it?

A Blue(tooth) Story

Seow Tein Hee

Mobile phones and Bluetooth headsets go hand-in-hand. Using the Bluetooth headset on the streets, however, isn't a common sight. Do you have a Bluetooth headset that has been shelved aside and neglected like I do?

Joe McNally: 30 Years of Photography in 1 Night

Alvin Soon

In case you don't know the name Joe McNally, he's a critically acclaimed photographer who's shot for TIME, Newsweek, Fortune, New York, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Men's Journal, Sports Illustrated, LIFE and National Geographic. Joe was in town last night to give a talk about his years in photography - and you bet I was there.

Favorite Compact Camera of the Year

Alvin Soon

It's that time of the year again to wonder where the heck 2010 went, and reflect upon the highs and lows of the year. As a camera reviewer, I had some fun cameras to play with this year, and these are my favorite compact cameras of the year.

Upgrading The Galaxy

Andy Sim

Lest the title should mislead you, I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy S, and not the Milky Way. Having tasted the Eclair, I made a cautious leap to Froyo to see if it would resolve the occasional bug experienced with the integrated Android 2.1. Making the upgrade is easy, and here's a relatively painless way on how to enjoy the zippier Android 2.2 JPA build.

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