Ever wondered about going entirely digital and ditching paper entirely? Here’s a review of the different types of digital paper solutions out there, and my opinion on solving this age-old problem of achieving a paperless future. I’ve long been tantalised … Continue reading The Paperless Future | Are We There Yet?
One of the great things about iOS 8 was that Apple finally opened up keyboards to third party developers. And while most of you will be content with the default iOS keyboard or with the more famous SwiftKey, there is one keyboard that I’ve found to be truly exceptional. Continue reading “Fleksy — the best keyboard an iPhone can have”
Virtual assistants are all the rage nowadays. The iPhone 6s has Siri, the latest Windows 10 has Cortana and trusty Google(and other Android systems) has Google Now. So who’s secretary of the year? Let’s find out. Continue reading AI Face-Off: Siri vs Cortana vs Google Now
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?
By now, most of you should know what Singtel’s Easy Mobile postpaid plan is. If you don’t, you can read this post to get an idea of what it promises to offer. I got to pilot test the Easy Mobile L plan; read on to find out more about my experience with it.
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.
What is the kind of phone which comes to your mind when it is priced at S$169? Budget phones which are barely functional with unresponsive touchscreens and begin to lag after weeks of use? For too long, this has been the kind of standard which consumers have come to expect and Xiaomi has shattered this perception with their budget phone, the Redmi, also known as the Hongmi in China. Even at such low prices, the Redmi manages to pack in a power seen in mid-range phones into a dirt-cheap device.
Our editor Si Jie recently flashed his Nexus 5 with the Android L developer preview, and is certainly impressed with it, even in this pre-beta stage. However, don’t be too hasty to flash your own Nexus 5, because it’s still buggy (to be expected as it is, after all, but a developer preview). Read on to see his take on the preview…