Sunday, 3 Apr 2011
If you need some help sourcing for great deals and discovering new shopping locations, this App Attack article shall arm you with the necessary apps. Get ready to shop smart and shop more with these handy apps!
Saturday, 5 Feb 2011
In this edition of App Attack, we surface five noteworthy apps made by local blood that take into consideration of our localized needs. Find out what you might have been missing and support local apps today!
Saturday, 29 Jan 2011
A new smartphone user and a social butterfly looking for a quick social networking fix? We say, turn to mobile apps. Here, we present to you some must-haves that will allow for a well-rounded social networking experience on your trustworthy smartphone.
Friday, 14 Jan 2011
What is the purpose of that newly purchased tablet? Movies, music or just plain reading? If you're going to start reading off the tablet, let us recommend five of our favourite tablet apps that'll keep you occupied for hours.
Monday, 27 Dec 2010
In this App Attack, we take a look at some apps that have made millionaires out of developers, through a combination of luck, brilliance and tenacity. These are the apps that lived through the rags-to-riches story.
Monday, 20 Dec 2010 in Tablets
Apple's iPad has dominated the tablet market with a six-month head-start. But by now, three other tablets using Google Android 2.2 have surfaced, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Dell Streak and Viewsonic ViewPad 7. We give you a quick overview and price analysis for each of these telco-exclusive tablets in this roundup.
Monday, 25 Oct 2010
Integration versus fragmentation. Steve Jobs' recent comments at Apple's quarterly earning conference call did highlight an ongoing issue for all mobile OS - the fear of having multiple versions for a current OS. As a consumer, should you be concerned about platform fragmentation?
Sunday, 12 Sep 2010
Looking for apps for your spiffy new iPhone 4? Here's a quick list of apps that you should get (unless, well, if you already have them).
Friday, 13 Aug 2010
Smartphones have become more than it was thought possible, and with its evolution, a growing threat to its security arises. Does this represent a rising need for mobile apps to keep your data safe, or is this a wake-up call for mobile users to be more wary and savvy with what they do on the phones?