The Interview: CK Lee, Kroll Ontrack Posted on: May 30, 2012 at 11:03 am Posted in: The Interview,VideoCasts

In this exclusive interview, we met up with CK Lee from Kroll Ontrack on the efforts that Kroll Ontrack do, to assist with actual data recovery from hard disk drives, flash drives, solid state drives as well as virtualized environments

We also find out more about explosion of data growth, as predicted by Gartner & IDC,and how Kroll Ontrack play a part in it.

We also find out how much it would cost for consumers and the corporate end users to retrieve data from the storage devices.

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iOShow #13 – Autumn Dynasty Posted on: May 29, 2012 at 9:05 am Posted in: iOShow,VideoCasts

We take a look at a Singapore designed iPad real-time strategy game “Autumn Dynasty” by watching a skirmish game between Tech65 editors Justin and Renhao!

Link: Autumn Dynasty (iTunes)

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65bits #249: When SpaceX meets the ISS.. Posted on: at 8:20 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Space geeks rejoice as the SpaceX spacecraft reaches the ISS. Microsoft to offer cheap Windows 8 upgrades. The new local games portal in Singapore and no “one set-top box to rule them all for Singapore”. 🙁
-NTT

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Stories from this episode:

  1. SpaceX capsule docks at space station, opens new era
  2. Microsoft’s $15 Windows 8 upgrade offer to run from June 2nd to January 31st
  3. S’pore sets up portal to grow games sector
  4. Government shelves plans for standardised TV set-top box
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Snap65: OLYMPUS PEN mini E-PM1 Posted on: May 28, 2012 at 3:14 pm Posted in: Photostories,Snap65

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Our photographer, Noel Ong, brought along Olympus PEN mini E-PM1 for a ride in Universal Studio Singapore. Testing its capabilities from day to night with different modes from coloured to black & white. If you are thinking of getting Olympus PEN mini E-PM1, take a look at what Noel has to say.

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65bits #248: What’s Yahoo’s Axis? Posted on: May 25, 2012 at 8:51 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Yahoo has a new Axis which everyone is not happy about. Facebook has a new Camera app which lets your share photos on Facebook easily. PC Show 2012 comes to Singapore 7th-10th of June. The Galaxy S III’s price for Singapore announced. And finally some fancy new wireless technology from Singapore which lets you stream videos wireless-ly from your mobile phones. And fast!

-NTT

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Stories from this episode:

  1. Yahoo Axis impresses on iPad, stumbles on desktop and iPhone
  2. Introducing Facebook Camera
  3. The PC Show 2012 is Coming on 7th to 10th June
  4. Price of Samsung GALAXY S III in Singapore
  5. S’pore develops chipset for fast data transfer
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65bits #247: Chrome is the new King. Posted on: May 22, 2012 at 8:54 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

All hail our new king, Chrome! Chrome is the most used browser in the world. Google integrates Google+ into GMail further. Kinect for Windows get a v1.5 upgrade and comes to Singapore! Sony enters the Subscription streaming music player market and a Mercedes truck that automatically changes gears depending on the road ahead.

-NTT

Background Music for 65Bits is courtesy of spinningmerkaba.

Stories from this episode:

  1. Chrome takes over as browser king
  2. Google adds Google+ tweaks to Gmail
  3. Kinect for Windows SDK reaches v1.5, now works when you’re sitting down
  4. Sony releases ‘Music Unlimited’ Spotify competitor as iOS app
  5. Mercedes truck uses GPS to predict what’s ahead and shifts gears to save fuel
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TechSeen: Diablo 3 Launch in Singapore Posted on: May 21, 2012 at 8:30 am Posted in: TechSeen,VideoCasts

Diablo 3 has finally made its way to the public. Our host @NTT has brought the techseen of Diablo 3 launch in Singapore, together with a short interview of Marc Messenger, Project Director of Cinematics for Diablo 3.

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Snap65: FujiFilm X-Pro1 Posted on: May 19, 2012 at 8:00 am Posted in: Photostories,Snap65

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After much hype about FujiFilm x100, FujiFilm release their new model FujiFilm X-Pro1 which is a must to try out. If you are considering buying X-Pro1, take a look at our editor review.

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65bits #246: Facebook costs 100 Biilllliiion Dollars!!! Posted on: May 18, 2012 at 9:03 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Facebook’s IPO values it at $100 BILLION!! Google Docs now caters to researchers. Sony’s latest camera announcements. Nokia’s Lumia 900 finally in Singapore and Paypal makes it easier to setup a e-payment site in Singapore.

-NTT

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Stories from this episode:

  1. Facebook Prices Its IPO at $38
  2. Google Docs gets new Research tool
  3. Sony unveils new Alpha NEX-F3 ILC and SLT-A37 dSLR
  4. Nokia Lumia 900 comes to Singapore on May 26, costs S$849
  5. PayPal offers mobile-optimized websites and checkout for business in Singapore
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65Bits #245: Don’t distrub, I’m saving Tristram. Posted on: May 15, 2012 at 8:52 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Singtel says Mobile Broadband in Singapore is slow. Derek Low of the BRAD fame gets internship offers and comes to Mini MakerFaire Singapore. Facebook co-founder Saverin renounces US citizenship to become a Singaporean for tax!! And finally it’s time to save Tristram once again as Diablo 3 launches today!

-NTT

Background Music for 65Bits is courtesy of spinningmerkaba.

Stories from this episode:

  1. SingTel admits its wireless is slow, vows changes
  2. S’porean Derek Low to be meeting Google, LinkedIn after dorm room video
  3. Facebook co-founder Saverin renounces US citizenship for Singapore’s?
  4. Diablo3 Launches today
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