There is perhaps no name more befitting this laptop other than Gram. While it’s nowhere near a gram, its lightness surprised me as I unboxed it. It looks like any other ultrabook, but weighs nothing like one. Weighing it at only 970g, I wonder if it’ll float like a feather if I drop it! (No, joking, please don’t try that.)
HP is back, and with a vengeance. Just a week ago, HP Inc showcased its latest products to hit Southeast Asia at its (also newly opened) HP Customer Welcome Centre here in Singapore. It’s not hard to tell that HP … Continue reading HP unveils its latest products to hit Southeast Asia
In this article, our guest writer, Luke Hatkinson-Kent, a Freelance Financial Writer, shares on the many issues tech startups tend to overlook, and how they can be overcome. If you like his work, you can reach him at [email protected].
In this article, our guest writer, Luke Hatkinson-Kent, a Freelance Financial Writer, discusses whether China may eventually stop copying ideas and technologies from US tech companies. If you like his work, you can reach him at [email protected].
In this article, our guest writer, Luke Hatkinson-Kent, a Freelance Financial Writer, shares some tips on how tech start-ups can stand out from the crowd when seeking investment. If you like his work, you can reach him at [email protected].
Recently, Deliveroo contacted us through their PR agency, LinkedScoop, to post a sponsored article. The article has since been taken down because we have realised it was a scam as no money was paid, and in its place, we are putting up a Public Service Announcement to warn fellow bloggers about working with them. Also, Deliveroo, by approving such a scam, is involved, and we are naming them so that our readers are aware of their unethical business practices and can choose to boycott them should they wish. Read on to find out more.
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The coming weeks and months are hugely significant for Apple and Samsung. The iPhone 8 is set to come out later this month, whilst Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is rumoured to be in development, with the Note 8 about to hit stores. Both companies have had a lot to contend with lately, particularly the latter.