Wednesday, 3 Dec 2014
Singtel has increased the coverage of its 4G 300mbps LTE-Advanced network service, which can now be accessed at 49 locations island-wide. Singtel also expanded the availability of its Premium WiFi service and is on track to hit 100 locations across Singapore by 2015.
Monday, 1 Dec 2014
Following last week's hack attack, Sony's latest movies such as Fury and Annie are now being shared online and downloaded by hundreds of thousands of users.
Thursday, 27 Nov 2014
Starhub has confirmed that its broadband network and digital voice services were disrupted today and that some users are still facing intermittent difficulties. The telco says it is currently working to fully resolve this issue as quickly as possible.
Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
Google has been Firefox's default search engine since 2004, but things are set to change soon. Mozilla and Yahoo have just announced that Yahoo will be Firefox's default search engine for the next five years.
Tuesday, 18 Nov 2014
After a short hiatus, StarHub is now putting its 1Gbps fiber broadband plan back into the market. We tell you what this S$69.90 Dual Broadband 1,000 plan offers.
Monday, 17 Nov 2014
Microsoft has unveiled a beta version of Skype for Web that allows the service to work directly in browsers.
Wednesday, 12 Nov 2014
ViewQwest today announced its capability to offer 2Gbps fiber broadband - the first in the world outside of Japan, and the fastest residential Internet connectivity in Singapore. The company is also streamlining its existing packages into two price plans.
Monday, 10 Nov 2014
In a bid to draw attention to the importance of security settings for CCTVs and IP cameras, the website Insecam is providing direct, live access to various unsecured webcams from around the globe, including Singapore.
Thursday, 6 Nov 2014
Google Drive has just gotten a new feature, which allows you to launch files in Google Drive with your favorite desktop applications. This is pretty handy if you frequently use applications on your PC to work on files you have saved in Drive.
Wednesday, 5 Nov 2014
It seems Microsoft is serious about cloud storage as it teams up with Dropbox to offer integration between the cloud storage service and its Office applications.