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Getting the iPhone 6S in Singapore

Details of the availability and pricing of the newly announced iPhone 6S in Singapore are now out, with Starhub and M1 having opened their registration-of-interest (ROI) pages as well. If the three carriers aren’t your cup of tea, you can directly pre-order from Apple themselves from tomorrow, the 12th of September. Continue reading “Getting the iPhone 6S in Singapore”

The iPod touch gets a refresh

Apple’s iPod Touch has not been updated for 3 years now, but this week, Apple has released a new one.

Apple has added new colour options, like dark blue, hot pink and gold, in addition to the existing black, silver and red options. Continue reading “The iPod touch gets a refresh”

The Redmi 2 becomes cheaper, and a better one is coming.

Xiaomi Singapore has announced that it has dropped the price of the popular super-affordable Redmi 2 to S$149.

It has also announced that it’ll be launching a better version of the handset, Redmi 2 Enhanced in Singapore for $179 on Tuesday, 14th of July. Continue reading “The Redmi 2 becomes cheaper, and a better one is coming.”

Windows 10 Preview Users will get a free upgrade

Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that it’ll be rolling out Windows 10 on the 29th of July. And to the delight of many, it also announced that all existing Windows 7 and 8 users will get a free upgrade to Windows 10 when it rolls out. But what if you are not on Windows 7 or 8? Well, if you are testing the Windows 10 Insider Preview builds, you can connect it to your Microsoft Account and get a free upgrade to the final version of Windows 10 when it comes out. Windows Insiders running the Windows 10 Insider Preview … Continue reading Windows 10 Preview Users will get a free upgrade

Apple WWDC 2015 is coming, here’s what to expect

Well, it’s summertime (in the US at least), and it’s time for “change”. Technology enthusiasts all over the world – Apple fanboys or not – are looking forward to see what’s coming out of Apple in this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference. The annual conference serves primarily as a platform for Apple to announce its new software releases, both for consumers to drool over and for developers to adapt to. Here’s what we can expect to see from WWDC 2015 at Moscone West from June 8 to June 12.
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