Saturday, 21 May 2016
Big Bang Data is the newest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, and it invites us to look more closely at the world of data and it’s relation to our lives. We take you through some highlights in pictures.
Saturday, 16 Jan 2016
With Netflix legally available almost across the globe, including Singapore, naturally there's a keen interest on an alternative TV watching experience for those who've yet to try it. We round-up some of the recent developments and related partner news for you.
Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
Following the leak of private photos and videos of multiple well-known actresses this weekend, Apple has come under fire for an alleged breach of security of its iCloud service. But what if Apple isn't to blame? And how can you keep yourself safe?
Wednesday, 26 Jan 2011
Build a software platform, and applications will follow. Likewise, an application needs an operating system to operate on. In essence, this relationship is so pervasive on our tech gadgets that it's migrating from tiny phones to huge TV sets. Big or small, most are already wired to the net. Everything is connected these days, isn't it?
Wednesday, 10 Nov 2010
There has never been a bigger drive to adopt open web standards, and all the fingers are pointing to the drastic change in global web access models; a rude awakening of sorts to a slumbering beast that has just found out the world has changed around it.
Friday, 13 Aug 2010
The unlikely marriage between coffee bars and wireless network connectivity has long been consummated in many places. As we nosedive into the 21st century, are cafes becoming increasingly antisocial and reclusive with Internet surfers? Here's my 2 sugar cubes worth.