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Newfangled gadgets always seem ridiculous at first, but eventually integrate into our lives. The iPad is no different. Kapilan M compares the iPad Pro to historic parallels, predicting the future of mobile computing.
Apple recently reported that 69% of their revenue came from iPhone 6 sales alone. To date, 74 million people have bought an iPhone 6, a number higher than for any other iPhone. This despite the proliferation of cheap, great Android handsets in the market from the likes of Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Oppo, among many others. With smartphone features being increasingly similar, and performance differences negligible, you would be forgiven for wondering why your friends would splash a thousand bucks on an iPhone, when an Android handset half the price would perform just as well, perhaps better.
SingTel has launched Easy Mobile, the first postpaid mobile service in Asia to allow users to customise their tariff plans every month to suit their lifestyle needs and budget.
Love it or hate it, live tiles are here to stay. Yes, Microsoft’s bringing back the Start menu, but the fact is, for a unified system interface, live tiles are still going to be very much present. Still, some lament that the live tiles serve no functional purpose other than looking pretty, and providing a tad more information than your regular icons. So what can Microsoft do about live tiles to make them better?
A month back we reported that Windows Phone 8.5 would bring a live tile overhaul, and now it seems that this feature will be coming to Windows as well.
Continue readingThe Future of Windows, Windows Phone and Truly Live Tiles
Written by: Guest writer Tan Qi
Photography is an art that transcends time. Amazingly, a camera has the ability to freeze and capture a moment and somehow make it last. Sometimes a lifetime, maybe even longer. A photograph is like a vivid memory that can be shared, and that never fades. Over generations, great photographers have captured stunningly beautiful photographs, still widely appreciated and marveled at to this day; while others have captured painful ones that serve as checkpoints and lessons in our lives. For instance, the Napalm girl photo by Huynh Cong ‘Nick’ in 1972 during the Vietnam war still holds immense significance today. Continue readingTo fly or to teleport? – how digital cameras have transformed photography