Apotop says the Wi-Copy is a 'multi-use mobile helper'. What exactly does that mean? More details of this interesting device after the jump.
SingTel has just announced the launch of new mobile plans named "Combo" that will replace the existing Flexi plans. The new plans will include access to newly installed SingTel Wi-Fi hotspots across the island and a permanent waiver of subscription costs for 4G services. More details after the jump.
Google has announced plans to build and operate FASTER, a high-speed internet Trans-Pacific cable system that will connect the US with Chikura and Shima in Japan. SingTel will also be involved in this project.
Contrary to earlier reports, both Symantec and Kaspersky have stepped out to issue statements that the sale of their products has not been banned completely from China.
Have you lost a gun fight because of lag? Or came close to killing your enemy's hero but missed out because your spell wouldn't cast? Fear not, here are some tips that hopefully can help improve your online gaming experience.
Wired or wireless connection? What is with all those different cables? How can I improve my Wi-Fi coverage? And how can I still use a wired connection if I haven't already wired up my home? All these questions and more will be answered in our newbie's guide to networking.
Price is important when signing up for a fiber broadband plan, but it's certainly not everything. In this article, we explore what else makes for a good Internet experience, from typical download speeds and symmetric plans, to traffic shaping and latency.
Superior bandwidth that enables richer online content not possible before, it makes little to no sense to not go for fiber broadband when your existing ADSL or cable broadband contract is up, or when you're wiring up your new home. Here's a quick primer on getting your premise ready.
Two new top level domain names that will cater specifically to the Chinese market are coming soon, and could represent a unique way to gain a niche in China's online community.
Chinese companies are replacing products made by American companies IBM Corp, Oracle Corp and EMC Corp with homegrown brands, opening doors for domestic suppliers like Huawei, Inspur and Sugon Information Industry Co.