Saturday, 27 Aug 2016
With the new SurfHub plans, customers are able to get a 4G mobile postpaid line with at least 12GB of data and a 1Gbps fiber home broadband subscription, starting from S$96.56 per month.
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2016
Looking for a VPN for Android to get more online content, but are unwilling to pay for it? Well, good news: after releasing on iOS earlier this year, Opera is bringing its free VPN to Android.
Monday, 22 Aug 2016
The Los Angeles Times reports that Uber is planning to launch a fleet of driverless cars in Pittsburgh in a matter of weeks.
Monday, 15 Aug 2016
Available to new or re-contracting M1 fiber customers, the 1Gbps M1 Fibre Sports Bundle gives live coverage for 114 live English Premier League matches throughout the season.
Sunday, 14 Aug 2016
Microsoft Edge and IE 11 are the only 2 browsers on Windows capable of streaming Netflix content at 1080p
The two web browsers from Microsoft are in the limelight; this time it’s for a good reason. More details after the jump.
Monday, 8 Aug 2016
With enough equipment to build everything from Oculus headsets to solar-powered planes, there certainly is plenty in Facebook’s new hardware lab for Mark Zuckerberg to be excited about.
Thursday, 28 Jul 2016
Missed out on a Kickstarter project or don't want to run the risk of funding a project that might not ever see the light of day? Good news, Amazon has just launched a new hub that only features completed, successful Kickstarter projects.
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016
Singtel Newsstand is a service that offers digital subscriptions to a wide range of leading international and local newspapers and magazines with attractive discounts. Better yet, it won't eat into your local mobile data allowance.
Friday, 8 Jul 2016
Czech Republic-based Avast Software has announced its plans to acquire AVG Technologies to the tune of US$1.3 billion in cash. Coincidentally, both firms were founded in the old Czech Republic, and they have grown to be security giants, in their own rights.
Thursday, 7 Jul 2016
More than four billion people around the world don't have access to the Internet (and by extension Facebook). Mark Zuckerberg wants to change that with the open-source OpenCellular platform, a shoebox size device that can deliver wireless connectivity to up to 1,500 people as far as 10km away.