65bits #275: Samsung shows hand at IFA Berlin. Posted on: August 31, 2012 at 8:50 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Google adds Cycling support in Google Map for Android but no love for Singapore just yet. Samsung shows hand at the IFA show in Berline with Galaxy Camera, Galaxy Note and Ativ S. Firefox 15 arrives and fixes memory leak issues. And Firefox beta 16 is already being pushed out. And Singapore is looking to extend Wireless@SG till 2017.

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65bits #274: Android in Space! Posted on: August 28, 2012 at 9:49 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Dropbox finally adds 2 Factor Authentication to its service. iPhone has an SMS loophole which Apple doesn’t want to patch. NASA launches mini-Satellites which run off Google’s Android phones. Samsung launches the Superzoon WB100 camera in Singapore. And Comex is this weekend!

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Gear65 #124 – Novero Rockaway Posted on: August 27, 2012 at 3:58 pm Posted in: Gear65,VideoCasts

We take a look at the Novero Rockaway bluetooth headphones.

Link: Novero Rockaway

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Gear65 #123 – Libratone Live Posted on: August 26, 2012 at 4:08 pm Posted in: Gear65,VideoCasts

We take a look at a set of unique looking speakers designed for Apple’s AirPlay standard.

Link: Libratone Live

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65bits #273: NFC comes to Singapore Posted on: August 24, 2012 at 10:17 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Today on 65Bits. Singtel and M1 announce their NFC offering. Singtel also announces their 4G plans for tablets. And an Android powered camera from Nikon allows you to post your photos to Instagram and other apps directly from the camera.

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First Looks – Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Posted on: August 22, 2012 at 8:32 am Posted in: First Looks,VideoCasts

The Samsung Galaxy Note is back! This time bigger than ever! Literally. Samsung brings the S-Pen technology to its 10.1 inch tablets with their second product under the Galaxy Note brand.

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65bits #272: 40Gb/s to Japan Posted on: August 21, 2012 at 9:58 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

This week, 32 phone scams in the 1st 6 months in Singapore posing as Microsoft, Wndows 8 Upgrades starts the countdown towards Windows 8. 40Gb/s superfast undersea cable between Singapore and Japan. And a local app to help telcos spot the potholes in Singapore’s 3G coverage.

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65bits #271: RIP Flash for Android Posted on: August 17, 2012 at 9:14 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

Flash for Android finally dies. Goodbye flash on mobile. Instagram 3.0 hit the world with a new Map view. Google Maps has schedules of trains and buses for every bus/train stop. Try Windows8 for 90 days for free. Dreezer music streaming service comes to Singapore (kinda.. not yet..).

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65bits #270: GeekcampSG this weekend! Posted on: August 14, 2012 at 8:55 am Posted in: 65Bits,Podcasts

GeekcampSG happens this weekend. Come say Hi. Ouya an open source gaming console get over-funded on kickstarter. Google+ to give out vanity URLs soon. No one knows exactly when though. Google+ Hangouts On Air support live music concerts with the new Music Mode. NTU scientists work on muilti-screen social viewing technology.

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First Look – Mozilla Boot To Gecko Posted on: August 9, 2012 at 1:54 pm Posted in: First Looks,VideoCasts

We got a chance to take a look at an early build of Boot To Gecko, a new mobile operating system developed by Mozilla, and powered by the same technologies that power FireFox, with every app written in HTML5 and even giving you a chance to look at the source code!

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