Motorola brings the new Moto G to Singapore consumers starting from October 28 for only S$ 298 for the 8 GB version. The new Moto G comes with a 5” brilliant bigger display, stereo sound, an all-day battery, and the latest Android OS.
It was deja vu as I pried open the retail box of the Xperia Z3 Compact. Just five months ago, I had reviewed the Xperia Z1 Compact, and now here is its successor, ready to take the helm. Fortunately though, the Compact series of Xperias don’t seem to be subject to Sony’s 6 month release cycle (yet), which is why there was no Z2 Compact. The Z3 Compact promises a premium experience in a compact form, so without further ado, let’s dive into the review.
As has become customary with Google, big announcements usually just… appear. No keynote, no fanfare, nothing of the sort Apple is doing for their iPad event tomorrow. And as was with the case with the Nexus 5, their new devices are just… here.
It took 449 days for Flipboard to shuffle its way onto Windows Phone. Ever since its announcement with the Lumia 1020 (that old thing that runs on a Snapdragon S4 Plus), Windows Phone users have been waiting eagerly for the app to arrive on the platform. Well it’s finally here after four hundred and forty nine days, and guess what? It doesn’t flip.
Along with the Blade L2 and KIS 3, Chinese manufacturer ZTE has recently released their Blade Vec 4G in Singapore, a mid-range smartphone at a budget price of S$299. However, it faces tough competition from the existing phones in the market, such as the similarly spec-ed Moto G HTC Desire 610 and Xiaomi’s processing powerhouse, the Mi3 (which retails for just $40 more). With so many players, it will have to deliver some serious performance if it really wants to stand out.
All those who say that innovation at Microsoft has died, I’m here to tell you that you’re dead wrong. For one, there is the Surface Pro 3 – a fantastic device that smokes every other tablet/laptop hybrid, and even some full-fledged laptops themselves. But that’s not what I’m here to talk to you about. Meet Microsoft’s new, nifty app, the “Analog Keyboard“.
BlastOut is a free app that’s actually pretty cool and innovative. It’s a social media app developed by Singaporeans Daniel Chia and Cynthia Siantar, and it promises to empower users to create their very own exclusive social network for their private events. Read on to find out more.