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Going cashless in Singapore: What to use and when
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Going cashless in Singapore: What to use and when

Singapore is taking cues from China; a country where cashless now is deeply ingrained into society. As part of the government’s Smart Nation initiative, more establishments are making the move to cashless. In the case of public transport, cash top-up will no longer be an option at ticketing machines by 2020. Cashless is an inevitability, however, there’s still confusion over what cashless systems we have in Singapore and when to use them due to the variety of options available. This guide is here to help illustrate every system we have now and what situations to use them. NETS  The OG…
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review: Few improvements of note
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review: Few improvements of note

For so long, Samsung has been at the very top of the summit along with Apple when it comes to smartphones. Their Galaxy Note line has especially been touted as the premium of the premium, boasting the best specs that an Android phone can have. Now that gap has been closed considerably by other phone manufacturers such as Huawei, making the Note line less desirable than it was when it first released. Samsung’s Note 10+ is their latest attempt, hoping to sway people into staying with the Note series with the adjustments they have introduced. Let us start with the…
Black Friday Singapore 2019 Deals: Tech and Gaming edition
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Black Friday Singapore 2019 Deals: Tech and Gaming edition

Black Friday is nearly upon us and though the event is more associated with America, it does not mean we can’t benefit from it as well. Like the recent Singles Day blowout from multiple retailers just a couple weeks back, there are some spectacular discounts on offer again to the public. The discount covers a wide variety of products, but we will be specifically honing in on tech and video games for you enthusiasts who have been itching for a drop in price.  Shopee: Impossible $10 deals and cashback vouchers Shopee was a big part of the 11.11 sales and…
It’s Gizmos Galore at Singapore’s PC Show
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It’s Gizmos Galore at Singapore’s PC Show

Singapore’s longest running IT and consumer electronics exhibition is back for another year – this time, at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre. Held from Thursday, 30 May to Sunday, 2 June 2019, this year’s PC Show features the latest in technology from leading brand names, including ASUS, Canon, Google, Samsung and Secretlab, among others. Visitors can expect to see a wide range of new gadgets and offerings at irresistible bargains exclusive to The PC Show. Sony Sony’s main feature at this year’s PC Show is undeniably its “Sound-from-Picture Reality” feature in its new line-up of TVs. The…
Apple is out of the wireless charging race, and that’s fine by us
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Apple is out of the wireless charging race, and that’s fine by us

Let’s travel back in time. The day is 12 September 2017: Apple had just unveiled the revolutionary iPhone X alongside the iPhone 8 – making an unprecedented move by skipping the ‘iPhone 9’. The surprises didn’t stop there. Apple signalled its intent to “move the industry forward” by also announcing the Apple AirPower; a wireless charging pad that allowed users to charge up to three Apple devices at a time with a specialised iPhone notification display. They set its release date as 2018. It is 2019 now. The AirPower has yet to arrive in stores. In fact, it never will…
Tech Brief: R.I.P. Picasa, Tumblr Breaks Free, Nissan Haunts Offices
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Tech Brief: R.I.P. Picasa, Tumblr Breaks Free, Nissan Haunts Offices

Welcome to Tech Brief, your weekly wrap-up on all that’s happened in the tech and startup industries this week!  This week we saw the final nail in the coffin for Picasa, Tumblr freed from the evil clutches of Yahoo, Nissan dabbling with the paranormal, and Samsung giving the first peek at the Galaxy S7 to a… llama. We’ve got some great stories for you in this edition of Tech Brief. R.I.P. Picasa (2002 – 2016)  After shaping the early days of online photo services, Google‘s image organising program Picasa will no longer be supported from 15 March 2016. In an…
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