Monday, 21 Oct 2013
This is the fourth market in which the app has been launched, after Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Presently, the GrabTaxi app is the only taxi booking app in Singapore that connects the commuter directly to the taxi driver's personal smartphone.
Instead of relying on malware signatures - which are ineffective against today's constantly changing threats - the platform detonates Android apps within the FireEye Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) engine to provide automated mobile threat assessment.
Forbes reported that Lenovo Group has signed a non-disclosure agreement with BlackBerry. While its real intentions remain unknown, Forbes claims it is part of a grand plan to destroy BlackBerry.
Saturday, 19 Oct 2013
In anticipation of AMD's upcoming R290X graphics card, NVIDIA has just unveiled their new high-end enthusiast-grade graphics card, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti.
Friday, 18 Oct 2013
StarHub quietly announced on its website and customers' bills that its 4G LTE network has reached nationwide deployment.
OpenNet has completed restoration work on the affected fibre connections at SingTel's Bukit Panjang facility. Should any new issues arise, it will be dealt with on an urgent case-to-case basis.
Following the release of Samsung Knox, the South Korean tech giant is working on developing version 2.0 of the security software, which will include more security features and offer compatibility across more devices.
Fujifilm has announced two new cameras; the X-E2 is their newest mid-range mirrorless camera, it comes with a new 16MP X-Trans II sensor and hybrid auto-focus. The XQ1 is an enthusiast compact with a 12MP X-Trans II sensor inside.
Samsung Mobile Singapore confirms that it is aware of the battery issues on the Galaxy S4 and is offering a free replacement battery for affected customers.
Popular BitTorrent search website Isohunt has agreed today to shutdown all of its operations worldwide after losing its legal battle against the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America). The company, founded by Canadian Gary Fung, has also agreed to pay the movie studios that sued it US$110 million.