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Set your sights on better security with the new Arlo Ultra security camera

Set your sights on better security with the new Arlo Ultra security camera

Home surveillance and monitoring are still on the minds of Singaporeans even with how safe the country has been. According to The Economist’s 2017 Safe Cities Index, Singapore ranks second just behind Tokyo, Japan, which clinched the world’s safest city spot. To alleviate concerns of homeowners,  Arlo launched their new home security camera onto the shores of Singapore – the Arlo Ultra. The device is the top-of-the-range out of their camera system line-up, and the Arlo Ultra has the capability to capture a 4K resolution video with High Dynamic Range (HDR) so that users can get the sharpest detail possible…
5 Coolest, Wackiest Things We Saw at MWC19 Shanghai

5 Coolest, Wackiest Things We Saw at MWC19 Shanghai

As die-hard gamers and avid tech evangelists, we are always on the lookout for latest and exciting products in this space. Luckily, we got a quick glimpse of the newest developments behind the curtains at MWC19 Shanghai. Held from 26 to 28 June 2019, MWC19 Shanghai (short for Mobile World Congress) is one of the telecommunication industry’s annual flagship conferences held in Shanghai. Here’s a quick glimpse at the five coolest and wackiest tech at MWC19 Shanghai: 1. 5G ‘Always Connected’ Laptops from Qualcomm Whether you are a workaholic, media buff, or somewhere in between the two, Qualcomm’s latest 5G-enabled,…
$54 Huawei phone promo demonstrates the power of “Kiasuism”

$54 Huawei phone promo demonstrates the power of “Kiasuism”

Ever heard of this saying in Singapore? “Hell hath no fury like an elderly scorned”. Clearly, Huawei didn’t, seeing as how they have completely botched their whole promotional event for their phones. Specifically, their whole promotion was based on the upcoming 54th National Day and was targeted at people born during or around the Merdeka generation, aptly discounting their Huawei Y6 Pro smartphone to SG$54 from its original SG$198 price. By now you must have already heard about how it has failed spectacularly, with angry uncles and aunties causing a ruckus at various Huawei stores around Singapore. Obviously, the thought…
5G is about to change the world, just not yours

5G is about to change the world, just not yours

Around a decade has passed since the implementation of 4G, and now it seems that the world is ready to move on to the next generation of mobile connectivity – 5G. Such is the hunger for this new technology that countries are competing on being the first to introduce it within their cities. US-based telecommunications provider Verizon Wireless recently went into a war of words with South Korea’s SK Telecom, dismissing the latter’s claims of being the first in the world to launch a 5G mobile network. But beneath the glitter and glow of 5G, is there anything that we…
Exclusive Interview: Steve Miller-Jones at Limelight Networks shares how WebRTC technology can take viewers a step closer to real-time live streaming

Exclusive Interview: Steve Miller-Jones at Limelight Networks shares how WebRTC technology can take viewers a step closer to real-time live streaming

According to Limelight Networks’ State of Online Video Report 2018, it revealed that most Singaporean viewers narrowly preferred watching videos on their smartphones than on any other device.  With the advent of smartphones and other portable viewing devices, Singaporeans are breaking free from the confines of traditional television and instead, are turning to OTT video services and streaming platforms – such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Globally, viewing time has grown by one hour in the last year, and people who watch online content spend an average of six hours and 45 minutes every week doing so. With the…
Is 5G going to change our world? Here’s what you need to know

Is 5G going to change our world? Here’s what you need to know

What is 5G? For most of us, the terms 4G or LTE (short for Long-Term Evolution) just mean faster mobile data. If you have heard about the incoming 5G (the fifth generation cellular network technology), you are probably thinking that it could mean even faster mobile data than 4G.  You wouldn’t be wrong, but 5G can be so much more than just that. On a technical level, yes, 5G is an upgrade to our existing 4G/LTE connections. As shared by Huawei’s Deputy Chairman Ken Hu at MWC19 Shanghai, we can expect to see a jump in data speeds from 4G’s…
Canon Rayo S1 Mini Projector Review: Projecting Small Margins

Canon Rayo S1 Mini Projector Review: Projecting Small Margins

Portability is the ongoing trend right now, with consumers sometimes preferring a device’s portable qualities over it having the best specs; a common occurrence in the laptop market. So who’s to say that projectors can’t follow this trend? Canon certainly thinks so and has thus come up with the Canon Rayo S1 Mini Projector. Forget about those large, bulky projectors that hung over your head in class during the days when you were still in school, the Canon Rayo S1 Mini Projector dwarfs those monsters by a considerable margin.  The square-like aesthetic is retained, albeit in a much smaller package,…
HONOR 20 Lite Review: Mid-range Lite

HONOR 20 Lite Review: Mid-range Lite

It’s a little challenging to describe exactly what kind of device the HONOR 20 Lite is.  Taking one look at the price you might get the impression that the quality of the phone matches the cheap cost, but it performs beyond that. At the same time, I also can’t call it a mid-range phone as it doesn’t reach the standards set by others in the market such as Google’s Pixel 3a. At first glance, the HONOR 20 Lite looks alluring to the eye. The distinct neon pink and lavender gradient design featured on the back of the phone that I…
Canon launches two new iNSPiC models, but could make do with only one

Canon launches two new iNSPiC models, but could make do with only one

On Monday, 17 June 2019, Canon launched its first instant camera printer – available in two models – for its Mini Photo Printer lineup which includes a fresh logo and a revamped branding for the range. The rebranded iNSPiC line stems from the words ‘inspiring pictures’, precisely encapsulating the intentions of the new additions. The iNSPiC [C] and iNSPiC [S] series join the line-up as pocket-sized instant camera printers that combine image capturing capabilities with the instant gratification of compact mini printers. The iNSPiC cameras were carefully designed to be stylish and lightweight – the perfect must-have for parties and…
Canon EOS R: Same same but lighter

Canon EOS R: Same same but lighter

Every waking moment, another full-frame mirrorless camera is released. Not one to miss the boat, Canon steps up their game and delivers its very own Canon EOS R, equipped with the also new RF mount. The Canon EOS R is basically the dream of every (Canon-loving) photographer just two years ago — lightweight… capable… coming with edge-to-edge focusing… and even lenses that dwarf the existing EF lineup… Truly an immaculate piece of equipment. Yet, I didn’t think much of it, other than a sneak peek of what Canon has to offer in the mirrorless world. It didn’t seem to be…
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