Singapore to be first in the region to roll out Samsung Pay

Samsung today announced that Singapore will be the first market in the region to introduce the company’s flagship mobile payment service, Samsung Pay, a secure and easy-to-use mobile payment service that can be used to make purchases almost anywhere credit and debit cards are accepted. By as early as Q2 2016, Singapore will join South Korea, U.S and China in the list of Samsung’s priority markets to roll out this highly anticipated mobile payment service.  Continue reading “Singapore to be first in the region to roll out Samsung Pay”

LG’s new G5 is the most innovative phone in a long time

As the G5’s launch drew nearer, LG veterans would have certainly been expecting a continuation of the rear-mounted volume buttons. Android veterans would certainly have been expecting a continuation of the app-drawer. Guess what, though? They’re both gone now.  Continue reading “LG’s new G5 is the most innovative phone in a long time”

Moto G (2014) Review

Overview

When the original Moto G launched, it was lauded for providing stock Android at superb speeds for just S$318 and became Motorola’s best-ever selling device. However, it had some shortcomings such as the lack of a micro-SD card slot and did not have the best of battery lives. Read on to find out what we thought about the refreshed version one year on.

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Moto G (2014) available in Singapore for S$298

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.

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This Android Wear keyboard let's you draw letters… and it's by Microsoft, no less

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“.

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Watch out, Apple is back with their take on the smartwatch

It started with an ominous ‘One More Thing’. The clarion call for the world to stand and watch as something big was to descend upon us. And Tim Cook really amped it up high. Introduced against the backdrop of the rising sun on a wakening globe, we bring to you the dawn of a new age. The Apple Watch.

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[IFA 2014] Samsung experiments yet again, with 'curved' Note 4 Edge

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Just under two years ago at CES 2013, we were treated to a preview of a Samsung device that would feature a sloping AMOLED display. Time passed, devices such as the Galaxy Round and LG G Flex were launched and most of us forgot all about it. But today, the hype is real. Samsung presents to you the Galaxy Note 4 Edge.

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