In the early 2000s, Adobe Flash was the technology for all that makes the web interesting. It was the time of the dial-up modem, where the tiny 56kbps bandwidth was insufficient to deliver video and animated content by other means. Continue reading “Adobe Flash: Time To Say Goodbye”
It’s been almost a year since Android L (Developer Preview) was released, and it’s time for the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system. At Google I/O 2015, the Mountain View Company revealed Android M (Muffin?) with images available for immediate download.
Read on for a first look into the new system.
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?
You’ve read this right. Amazon is offering an unprecedented $135 dollars worth of apps to entice you into downloading their AppStore. (Sorry iPhone users, no free apps for you – blame the Cupertino company for that)
Read on to find out more about the deal.
Apple fans beware: this is going to be a controversial post. In this post, our editor Si Jie makes his stand against this commentary featured on India Business Today.
I must confess: Before I got this set, my benchmark was the Sennheiser HD 202 which I currently use. I wanted to make a review that compared these two, but after listening to the Jabra REVO Wireless for just 10 minutes, I was convinced that the comparison was unnecessary, and uncalled for. Was it that good, or that bad? Read on to find out more!
MI stands for Mission Impossible. MI stands for Xiaomi. Now, the Mi4 is out, and for its competitors, it certainly does look like Mission Impossible. Priced at just S$400 for the 16 GB variant and S$500 for the 64 GB version, this phone is shaping up to follow in its predecessor’s footsteps as a giant killer. Read on to find out more about it.