Friday, 2 Oct 2015
How much can you actually save on your data use by using ad-blockers on iOS 9? The New York Times went to find out, and the results may surprise - who are we kidding, it really won’t surprise you that much.
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
You can draw up a cleaning schedule, including defining a boundary that it should keep within. You can also have it spend more time cleaning underneath tables, sofas, and or in other dark areas.
Friday, 25 Sep 2015
Independent network coverage checker, OpenSignal, has released its latest 2015 LTE report. Singapore telcos ranked second-fastest amongst all LTE-enabled countries and one telco in particular stood out, ranking first overall with the fastest average speeds in the world. Guess who?
Thursday, 24 Sep 2015
Facebook announced that the new 360 Videos will be rolling out to News Feed from today. The main objective is to help people explore the world in new, immersive ways. Try them out now!
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
From today, non-English speaking Twitter users will get to enjoy Highlights on their Android devices. Find out more about this new initiative by the company!
Intel has established the Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) in an attempt to mitigate the cybersecurity risks of connected vehicles. Read on for more details about the ASRB!
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has just announced that Facebook is currently working on giving users additional buttons to express other emotions, but also said that there would be no "Dislike" button.
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015
The long-awaited overhaul to the Apple TV is here. Unveiled at Apple's 9th September event, the new Apple TV boasts more powerful hardware, an updated touch and motion sensitive remote, a new custom built OS, and a built-in app store. "It's the golden age of television," said Tim Cook.
Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015
Shopping delivery service Honestbee has announced a partnership with NTUC Fairprice, adding to their list of stores that let shoppers shop online and have their groceries delivered in just an hour.
Monday, 7 Sep 2015
Authorities in China have revealed that over 15,000 people have been arrested as part of the country's program to curb cybercrime.