Monday, 24 Jun 2013
Chinese security firm Qihoo recently discovered a serious flaw in the "cloud backup" feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which when exploited, allows malicious software to send text messages while assuming your identity without you knowing.
Mozilla announced last week that they will be collaborating on the Cookie Clearinghouse, or CCH, with Stamford Law School's Center for Internet and Society (CiS). However, this development will mean more delays to the launch of its cookie-blocking feature that was announced in February this year.
Friday, 21 Jun 2013
Developers have created a free Android app which provides real-time updates on Singapore's Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) from the National Environment Agency's website.
Facebook will be holding a product event on 20 June, and might reveal a new feature for Instagram. According to sources familiar with the event, Instagram might be adding video into its feature set.
Thursday, 20 Jun 2013
Yahoo has just announced that inactive (for at least 12 months) Yahoo IDs will be freed up so that new or current users can sign up for the Yahoo ID they have their eye on.
Wednesday, 19 Jun 2013
Adobe dropped a major surprise in May when it announced that the next generation of its Creative Suite software will be available only on a subscription basis. That update, which re-brands all of Creative Suite (CS) to Creative Cloud (CC), is now live and available in Singapore.
Shoot, share, badged, and play. That's how Molome - a photo-sharing app from Thailand - describes itself. Find out what it's doing here at CommunicAsia 2013.
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
Offering Mobiroo Apps On-Demand, the Android app subscription service for top, paid apps and games, you can use Mobiroo on up to three Android devices.
Singapore's population data is now on OneMap through the new Population Query service. This is a collaboration between the Department of Statistics and the Singapore Land Authority to enable users to visualize demographic data on a map.
Monday, 17 Jun 2013
CPUID has just released CPU-Z for Android devices on Google Play, allowing users to see detailed information about their phones' and tablets' processors, memory and more.