This article was embargoed until 30 Aug. On the 28th of August, Google invited a small group of media to showcase what is their first official hardware foray into the Singaporean market — Google WiFi. What is Google WiFi, you ask? … Continue reading Google WiFi launches in Singapore — First Use Impressions and Why It’s Exciting
Full disclosure: LG brought us to KT’s Grill, gave us a Universal Studios ticket, and let us loose inside with the G5.
At MWC earlier this morning, LG weren’t the only ones to unveil a new smartphone. Samsung has also released the next generation in the Galaxy S line, the S7. While their fellow Koreans went boldly all-out, Samsung has simply improved upon their previous offering, the S6. How are the S7 and S7 Edge then? Continue reading “Samsung’s new S7 and S7 Edge — same same but different”
It is no breaking news that soon there will be a 4th mobile telco amidst us, widely expected to be MyRepublic. As you would expect, the incumbents are absolutely
delighted not happy about this new threat to their monopoly. The most vocal (and most ridiculous) voice of opposition is that of Chua Sock Koong, the CEO of SingTel.
Continue reading “Want customers to stay? Convince them with a better service then, SingTel.”
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”
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.
The Xperia Z3 is fourth in line of Sony’s Xperia Z-series, and it is at best an incremental upgrade to the Z2. However, that is not to say that the Z3 is a bad device. It packs quite a punch that might just be enough to knock out all of the competition.