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October 2017

Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact & XA1 Plus Hands On!

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Sony just launched their latest Sony Xperia XZ1 (S$898) and Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact (S$668) flagships here and get this – their headline feature is making 3D scans. Yup – 3D scans of your head so you can turn yourself into a mini cute avatar or hot dancing hunk! It’s interesting, but feels a little gimmicky at this point of time. We want to see if we can use these 3D scanning files for more real world applications – such as compositing and editing in professional 3D tools from Adobe.

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Logitech MX Sound – These Sexy Bluetooth Desktop Motion Control Speakers Are Coming to Singapore End Oct

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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.

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Circles.Life Launches First Free 20GB Trial Mobile Plan In Singapore – Circles.Switch

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Circles.Switch

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?

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Huawei’s Kirin 970 Chip Promises To Power Their Upcoming Phones With Incredible AI Performance

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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?

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