The Paperless Future | Are We There Yet?

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?

Samsung decides two is not enough, releases third tablet – Galaxy Tab S

As if the Galaxy Tab Pro was getting old, Samsung has unveiled yet another ‘new’ flagship tablet. Coming in two sizes, 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, Samsung is positioning the Tab S as a high-end tablet with an emphasis on entertainment and consumption – not that it would be used for anything else, really.

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iOS 8 revealed at WWDC 2014 – here are its top 10 features!

Apple has just announced its iOS 8 at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference 2014 in San Francisco and while it might not be as radical a change as iOS 7, there are still a few bonuses the iOS user can expect.

Android users won’t bat an eyelid at the new features in iOS 8 – they’ve had most of them since 2.3 Gingerbread, with the rest coming in with 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Apple has been playing catch-up for a long time now, so let’s see what iOS 8 can do for them.

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 Logitech Introduces New Lineup of Protective Cases for iPad 

The new Logitech Hinge and Logitech Big Bang are designed to make the iPad adjust to you 

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Xiaomi launches super powerful, Retina resolution, S$300 tablet

Just over two years ago, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said that he wasn’t sure about making a tablet, but today he confessed that he’s been quietly developing one this whole time. Find out more about Xiaomi’s brand new tablet, which costs just $300 should Xiaomi bring it to Singapore.

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How LG has shaped key trends of Smart Technology

There was a time when phones were the size of bricks and could do nothing but make a simple phone call. Once, televisions were black and white, and used Cathode Ray Tube technology to display the images, resulting in them being roughly thirty over times in thickness than they are now. Technology has improved so much over the years, and in this article, we examine how advances in technology have and will allow for products to be shaped and built around us, and designed around the behaviour and lifestyles of human beings.

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App Review: ComicBookLover

Today marks the first in a long line of weekly app selections (and reviews). We’ve posted two app reviews prior to this (Little Galaxy and Deus Ex: The Fall), but they were one-off reviews, and not a weekly series. Now, you can look forward to at least one app, handpicked and reviewed by one of our writers, each week, posted every Monday. So without further ado, the app picked for today’s review is ComicBookLover for iOS, a free app for, you guessed it, reading comic books, available for the iPhone/iPod and the iPad. I only have an iPhone, and not an iPad, but the difference should be minimal apart from the increased screen size.

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