Deal alert: The Tablet deals special edition

Deal alert: The Tablet deals special edition

Take a look at these tablets we've found for you this week and get work and play when on the move groove going!
Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro (2022) review

Apple 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro review: Our first taste of M2

Just how fast is Apple’s new M2 chip? Let’s find out.
Deal alert: The smartwatch deals special edition

Deal alert: The smartwatch deals special edition

As smartwatches become more a part of our lives, check out these offers for some that we’ve found.
Everything you need to know from WWDC 2022

Everything you need to know from WWDC 2022

Huge changes are coming for Apple users and we even have a new MacBook Air. This was a bumper WWDC.
Is the new MacBook Air for me? A MacBook buying guide

Is the new MacBook Air for me? A MacBook buying guide

Can't work out if the new M2-powered MacBook Air is the right Mac for you? Fret not, we are here to help.
Hands-on with the all-new MacBook Air with M2 chip
Young Singaporean app developers talk about coding in Singapore, and their wishes for Apple’s WWDC 2022

Young Singaporean app developers talk about coding in Singapore, and their wishes for Apple’s WWDC 2022

We spoke to two 21 year-olds about what they expect the Singaporean coding scene to look like, and their aspirations for app development.
First looks: The new green finishes of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13

First looks: The new green finishes of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13

Is green your favourite colour? If so, you might like these new iPhones.
Photography wunderkind Yik Keat on judging the "Shot on iPhone Challenge" and macro photography

Photography wunderkind Yik Keat on judging the "Shot on iPhone Challenge" and macro photography

Yik Keat is just 26 years old and has worked with brands like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Adidas, and Porsche.
Apple iPhone SE (2022) review

Apple iPhone SE (2022) review: The bare necessities

The newest iPhone SE lacks the appeal of the fancier iPhone 13 series phones, but there’s still a lot to like and admire. Less is sometimes more.