GrabTaxi has rebranded itself as Grab, signifying the evolution of the company into something that goes beyond a mere taxi-booking service. It has also launched a brand new app with features that make it even more powerful and intuitive.
Restaurant delivery app Deliveroo launched late last year, bringing food from popular restaurant chains around town to our doorsteps. With Deliveroo serving even more locations two months after their launch, we took the opportunity to see how it measures up in Singapore.
What are some of the products and services that would define the tech industry this year? After the avalanche of announcements and product demos at CES 2016, we've much better clarity. Read on for our thoughts.
Mondays needn't be dreary when there are good deals to be had. Click here to find out some of the best deals that you can get today.
An SSD, a powerbank, iOS and Mac apps, Xiaomi phones and accessories - here are some good deals to spend your bonus on.
Marshmallow is the latest Android operating system to roll out from Google, and boy is it yummy. It's also packed with hidden goodies. Here are five that you may not know about.
With Netflix legally available almost across the globe, including Singapore, naturally there's a keen interest on an alternative TV watching experience for those who've yet to try it. We round-up some of the recent developments and related partner news for you.
Launched by PCCW Media Group, the Hong Kong telecommunications and media company brings a free-of-charge, on-demand streaming platform that is capable of releasing subtitled versions of popular Korean dramas - as quickly as eight hours after airing on broadcast television.
Twitter is stuck in quite a rut. User growth has stagnated, and it has increasingly sought to blunt the competition by mimicking rivals like Facebook. Is Twitter a failing product, or is it just a victim of the times?
Christmas shopping is never really over until the year ends! This week, the Steam Winter Sale joins a handful of other websites in vying for our (and your) wallets. Skyrim for S$5 anyone?