This editor was invited to a screening of The Life of Pi by Golden Village Singapore. What was particularly unique about this experience was that it was only the second movie in Singapore to be shown in Atmos. The first being Ah Boys to Men. This revolutionary technology was promised to bring about untold benefits to movie-goers and we got to experience this technology firsthand!No comments
We take a close look at Google’s first 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7, part of Google’s late 2012 Nexus line up.
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A center to research extinction level risks to humankind? How about the lack of a proper Windows 8 start menu? or how about the Nexus 4 lacking 4G! In this editor’s opinion, the lack of Gangnam Style in Dance Central 3 is the real threat and thank goodness it has been remedied.
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Go grab your Nexus 7 at Sitex as Asus drops prices in Singapore. Future Nokia phone maps will have indoor maps to route you around malls. Skype 3.0 makes everyone sound better. And Firefox 17 is more secure and more social.1 Comment
No more Messages for OSX Lion, SITEX 2012 is this weekend. Get your Free Skype calls for a month. WordPress accepts BitCoins for ad-free subscription. And the swanky Evernote Moleskin notebook launches in Singapore.No comments
Google Maps turn by turn navigation finally works in Singapore! Google’s foray into massive multiplayer online ‘game’. Startcraft II: Heart of the Swarm dates announced. And please change your Skype password. 🙂No comments
Nikon shows of a new entry level D5200 DSLR with 28.1 Mega Pixels. Microsoft to shut down Live Messenger and support Skype for VOIP and IM services. Chrome allows your band to jam online over Chrome. New Evernote 5 for iOS is here, and new version for OSX coming soon!2 Comments
HTC Announces the HTC One X+ (yes another varient) in Singapore, adds a little more oomph to your One X. Instagram’s Facebook-ification. Google lets you stop them from medling in your search results. And free-to-air digital broadcasting standards change may cause your TV to be obsolete next year!1 Comment
While Google expands their Nexus family of Products, Microsoft gets ready to launch Windows Phone 8. And Google add Voice search to their iOS app. And Singapore’s DSI spearheads technology for small hybrid hard drives.No comments