65bits #203: Singapore has a fancy new UOB app

Hey it’s me again. Justin. That’s right, and we have 6 and a half minutes of tech news for you. In today’s news, a new 2-factor authentication for banks which no bank in Singapore is using; UOB finally releases their own app after so long; HP finally decides the fate of webOS by giving it away to the open source community; and Microsoft embracing open source in their new Windows Store. All these in this episode of 65Bits.

– Justin

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In this Episode we talk about..

  1. OneKey system to make online transactions more secure
  2. UOB finally launches their iPhone app
  3. HP gives webOS to the Open Source community
  4. Microsoft to allow open source apps in Windows 8 Store
Justin Lee
A weird, passionate geek for technology with an undying love to pick at every flaw that will hopefully improve technology all around. Owns a lovely MacBook Pro with 8gigs of ram, involved intimately with Linux and works closely with Microsoft technologies. Wants to own an iPhone 4, owns an HTC Hero Android phone, Nexus One, once owned an iPhone 3g, still owns a 1st gen Sony Ericsson W800i. A coder of many languages, from Haskell to C#, from F# to Ruby. A jack of all technology, a master of one. Motto is "Taking over the world with every line of code". To contact me, email justin at tech65 dot org or check out my site justinlee.sg.
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