X-mini launches seven new speakers in Singapore
X-mini is making an epic return to the market today with not one, not two, but SEVEN amazing new speakers – each one unique in its own individual way, but all promising high quality portable audio.
Dell XPS 13 Review
This is one of the best Windows ultrabooks we have ever used. The almost-borderless display is one-of-a-kind, and we're still amazed at how Dell can fit a 13-inch screen into an 11-inch laptop form factor.
Why do buses bunch together?
Birds of the same feather flock together; but it seems like buses of the same number flock together too. Why are we still seeing inefficient bus bunching in Singapore today?
Jabra Speak 710 Review
This speakerphone is great for calls, music, movies and packs features such as a a link function and voice assistant button - but good things come at a price.
Garmin launches Vivosmart 3 in Singapore
The Vivosmart 3 tracks VO2 Fitness, steps, and even stress levels - definitely a fitness tracker worth considering in our fast-paced society!
Galaxy S8 Launched - Big, Bold, Beautiful Infinity Display
Gorgeous borderless infinity display, premium audio, and an AI assistant sounds great, but we hoped for a higher battery capacity.
PRISM+ - Super Sexy Singaporean Monitors
PRISM+ is a homegrown gaming monitor company from the same minds behind Aftershock. we had a hands-on experience at PRISM’s IT Show booth last week, and we’re loving what we've see so far!
Logitech has just unveiled the new MX Sound – a solid set of premium Bluetooth desktop speakers. Although Bluetooth speakers are not new, the new MX Sound promises to transform the audio experience on desktops with motion-activated backlit controls, high-end drivers and rear-facing port tubes for music, movies and videos. High tech, simple and sexy? SOUNDS good.
Ever wanted to switch telcos, but feel a little held back because of the commitment and contracts? Circles.Life is going all out to ease switching over through it’s one-of-a-kind “try-before-you-buy” free mobile plan called Circles.Switch, which starts from today and ends on 31 December 2017. Yes, it’s a free mobile plan with 20GB of data a month. No hidden costs, no delivery charges, no registration fees or SIM card costs. It sounds absolutely ridiculous and a deal out of a conman’s book, but it is official. So what’s the catch?
If you live in Singapore, you’ve definitely heard of Huawei – Chinese company renowned for doing networking infrastructure worldwide which became famous in the little red dot by bringing in non-camera phones our army boys could bring into camp. Over the past five years, Huawei surprised consumers and competitors alike by upping their game and creating really, really good looking premium phones. On Monday, they’ll be unveiling their latest phone in Munich; but this time round, they’re going to power it with a processor that uses ground-breaking technology – a new chip called a Neural Processing Unit which Huawei promises fantastic AI performance on a phone. What’s so good about it?
This article was published first at techoutsg.com by Zack Lim – additional editing by Billy Zheng.
The Black Computer L100 as seen at this year’s GovernmentWare trade show. (Photo: ST Electronics) People working in the public and government sector can soon enjoy a computer with both corporate intranet and the Internet (www) with ST Electronic’s Black Computer L100.
Remember back in army days, you have the iNet computer which allows you to surf the Internet, and another OA computer which requires an ISAC Card to use? ST Electronics might have found a solution for this. The company’s BLACK Computer L100 will have split personalities. Meaning, you can switch between the untrusted Internet and your trusted corporate Intranet.