With this HuaweiI E5 Pocket Wi-Fi, you can set up your own personal hotspot and share it with up to five users or devices simultaneously. The plug-and-play device does not require any drivers for installation, supports Windows and Mac operating systems and is now available at most IT stores in Singapore.
If you are using Google Search today, you may have noticed that the search results appear faster even before you finished keying in the search term completely. Well, that is thanks to the search engine giant implementation of Google Instant, and will help users save time. Update: The mystery of the animated Google Doodle has been
You may have noticed that Google had an animated doodle (the customized logo that appear on the search engine’s home page) on Tuesday. Looks like the search engine giant may be up to something. But what?
With this mTrip iPhone application, you don’t have to worry about getting lost or unsure where to go. One notable feature is the app’s augmented reality which lets you see the various points of interest while looking through the phone’s cameras at your location.
Starhub have announced their suite of fibre optic plans for residential and business users, riding on Singapore’s Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network.
With SingTel and M1 annoucing their Next Generation National Broadband Network (NGNBN) Internet plans yesterday, another provider has unveiled their offerings. SuperInternet, one of the smaller operators, has put up their competitive pricing plans on their website.
M1 will be launching its suite of fibre optics internet plans for consumers and businesses. It is also the first to announce 1Gbps plan within Singapore.
Logitech has recently announced three new webcams for consumers who want to make high definition (HD) video calls to your friends or family. The Logitech HD webcams feature the company’s proprietary Fluid Crystal technology that ensure great clarity and vibrant colors.
If you’re one of those users who get a lot of emails from friends or colleagues in your Google Gmail, you may find it easier to go through them with the new Priority Inbox. The Priority Inbox helps you focus on messages that are of more importance without the need to set complex rules.
SingTel has announced its high-speed fibre optic internet plans, starting from S$85.90 onwards.
Today, ESET announced the launch of their Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Singapore to expand global distribution and customer support network, and drive product development growth in Asia.
If you are a Google Gmail user, you probably know you can do Google chat and even video chat from your Gmail page. But how about making phone calls? Yes, that is possible now as Google has announced a new service that allows user to make phone calls over the Web to landlines or mobile phones.
The wait is finally over for BlackBerry users who have been asking for the paid apps on their devices. According to Research in Motion, the new BlackBerry App World 2.0 is available from today and paid apps will be available.
A malware scam is circulating on Facebook, and it comes as a “Dislike” button, a fake button to the popular social networking site’s “Like” button. The scam works when the recipient receive a notification that his or her friend has downloaded the “Dislike” button with a link to download.
Currently, the Android market has over 70,000 apps (and over 60% are free). But for those of you in Singapore who just bought an Android smartphone, you may not have checked out the various apps on the Android market, or even the useful apps from the not-so-useful ones. In this feature, we looked at 10 Android apps (in no particular order
Google is finally putting an end to the Wave project, a move which isn’t unexpected due to lack of user interest. The Google Wave is designed as a communication and collaborative web tool.
Yesterday, Kaspersky announced the launch of their new Internet Security 2011 (KIS) and Anti-Virus 2011 (KAV) in Singapore. The new software offer new features including System Watcher, Safe Surf and Safe Run, and are compatible with Windows XP to Windows 7 versions.
Microsoft had already released three Platform Previews of its upcoming Internet Explorer 9 web browser, and the response towards the software giant’s effort in supporting open web standards has been generally favourable. Will the beta version coming up sometime in September maintain that momentum? Read on for more information.
With M1 announcing their iPad data plans for consumers, StarHub and SingTel aren’t far behind as the two mobile operators have also introduced their data plans for the Apple iPad. And yes, the plans do not include the product itself and there’s no binding contract either. Update: StarHub updates postpaid and prepaid iPad data plans