Mozilla Corporation recently announced their terminated relationship with Google. In the newer version of their Firefox, Google will no longer be the default search engine, in favour of Yahoo! (which is powered by Bing’s search algorithms) in most countries, Baidu in China and Yandex in Russia.
But is this a wise choice?
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The Jabra Step Wireless is a pair of earphones priced at S$108. It’s positioned as an entry level pair of Bluetooth earphones, and comes in only one colour, black. It’s a half decent pair; the decent aspect comes from its sound quality, and the not decent aspects comes from its connectivity issues and bad design.
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Just in time for the holiday season, Sony is offering the PS4 Season’s Greeting Pack for $649 at all Sony Stores and Authorised Dealers. What’s included inside the package? Head past the break to find out more.
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Well Microsoft’s first Windows Phone is here. The Lumia 535 isn’t flagship material, but for $199 it’s a real bang for your buck, even including a 5MP front facing camera, flash on the back, and a whole bunch of sensors, all of which the Lumia 630/635 didn’t have. The old favourite colour, cyan, also makes a comeback on this device. Check out the press release and full specs below.
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It was 2 years ago that HTC released the original HTC Butterfly, albeit without much fanfare. This was a bit absurd, because it was a more capable phone than their international flagship of that year, the One X, in many regards. It touted twice the RAM, a full HD screen (the first for a mobile device), and a slightly larger battery. It seems that good things come to those who wait. But now it almost seems as if HTC just got a new casing for the E8 and jacked up the price. Let’s see whether this device has anything really different to offer.
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Public Chats Allows Users to Get Closer to Their Favorite Personalities and Brands Follow Twenty First Tech on Viber Public Chats HERE now! SINGAPORE – November 19th 2014, Viber, the leading mobile communications app offering free messaging and HD-quality calls, today announced … Continue reading Viber releases Public Chats, follow us now!
Microsoft has released a hilarious video of the Surface Pro 3, pitting it against the MacBook Air for the holidays. The Surface Pro 3 is “the tablet that can replace your laptop”. Really, it is an amazing device, and is pretty worth it starting from just $1108. Our full review will be out over the weekend, but for now, just enjoy the video below. Continue reading “Check out this hilarious Surface ad by Microsoft”
The Xperia Z3 is fourth in line of Sony’s Xperia Z-series, and it is at best an incremental upgrade to the Z2. However, that is not to say that the Z3 is a bad device. It packs quite a punch that might just be enough to knock out all of the competition.
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When HTC launched their flagship One (M8), I was quite disappointed with their choice to go with the 4 MP UltraPixel camera. Not long afterwards though, they released a 13 MP variant, albeit in polycarbonate. Read on to find out how this alternative stacks up to the M8, and whether it is any good.
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