The OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will be available in Singapore for pre-order from 24 April to...
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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.
The iPhone 6S has been announced.
Every other year, Apple releases a new iPhone that is an increment to the previous version. Today, we look at the “S” increments of this year.
When HTC announced the successor to the HTC One last week, many were intrigued by its dual rear cameras. Throughout the series of leaks before the unveiling, many people speculated as to what the cameras could do. Perhaps HTC decided to have a proper high-resolution camera, and a second “UltraPixel” camera. But instead the truth is that it was simply used to adjust the point of focus on the photo after it was taken (on top of adding a couple of effects). Continue readingDual Cameras and Heart Rate monitors: Are we running out of ideas?
Open your eyes Singapore, the world is more than just Apples and Samsungs.
If you’re a Singaporean reading this article, chances are you own an iPhone or a Samsung device. These are the two manufacturers which are most popular and commonly seen in Singapore. But the world is not just Apples and Samsungs.
Ask everyone who knows me and they’ll say that I am a diehard Windows fan. I’m one of the few people who own a Windows Phone because I genuinely like the Operating System. I got a relative to fly over to the US and buy me a Surface when it first came out. I boldly defended Windows 8 when everyone else was mocking it. And here I am, typing on a Mac. And I’m not using Microsoft Word. No, I’m using -gasp- Pages.Continue readingMaking the Switch: 5 Great Reasons Why I Got Myself a Mac (and why you should get one too)