The investment seeks to forward the “Internet Plus” era, and it’s backed by their government while funded by state-owned banks and companies.
App.net has announced that it will shut down the service on March 14, 2017. If you’ve never heard of App.net, we won’t blame you.
Cellebrite, the company suspected to have helped the FBI crack the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter have just been hacked themselves. Details within.
Singtel has announced the launch of its new nationwide 450Mbps 4G LTE-Advanced service. The new service offers up to 50% faster download speeds compared to prevailing LTE services, and will allow customers to download a full length HD movie in less than two minutes over mobile data.
Tesla just scored a major coup over Apple by convincing Chris Lattner, Apple Senior Director and Architect, and creator of Apple's open-source Swift programming language, to leave Apple and join Tesla.
Yahoo has announced the completion of a sale of its core Internet businesses to Verizon for an estimated US$4.83 billion (~S$6.92 billion). The remaining unsold parts of Yahoo will become a new investment company known as Altaba and company CEO Marissa Mayer will step down.
Intel unveiled a credit card sized compute platform at CES 2017 that could revolutionize the way compute and connectivity can be integrated to almost anything in the near future.
With identity theft becoming too common, there are two things you need to keep yourself safer online: strong passwords that are easy to remember, and unique passwords that aren't reused from site to site. Here’s how to do both.
Saw a show that might interest you the minute you launched Netflix? That’s no accident. Streaming services like Netflix aren’t just online video stores, Here’s how this global streaming service is looking to get you hooked.
New year, new resolutions, new tech. We know tech can get confusing, so we’ve assembled the top 11 things you need to go, going into 2017.