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Back to the Fold

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is, without a doubt, technologically mind-blowing and visually stunning-- but not perfect.


Welcome to the fold

The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the South Korean phonemaker’s attempt to recover from the disastrous launch of its Samsung Galaxy Fold, but is it enough to usher in the new age of the folding screen?

Google warns White House of security risks from Huawei ban: FT

(June 7): Google has warned the Trump administration that it risks compromising US national security if it goes ahead with export restrictions on Huawei, and has asked to be exempted from any ban, the Financial Times reported, citing three people briefed

Disruption and Digitalisation

Super Apps, Asia's new innovation, to change cities, economies

SINGAPORE (Nov 7): The ability to communicate, shop online, order rides, read books, play games, get food delivery and pay for anything within a single, unified smartphone app is Asia’s defining innovation, technology leaders said at Bloomberg’s New E


As cryptomining activity grows, so do the malware threats: McAfee Labs

SINGAPORE (Sept 26): Cryptomining malware is a rising factor on the cyber threat landscape, continuing its uptrend throughout the first half of 2018 since McAfee Labs first identified a surge in cryptomining malware growth in 4Q17.


Nokia stages comeback with new high-end Android smartphone

SINGAPORE (Aug 17): Finnish developer HMD Global has announced its first Android flagship, the Nokia 8: an all-aluminium, precision-milled unibody device with an average thickness of 7.3mm and powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform.
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Apple iPhone price under pressure as buyers seek cheaper devices

SAN FRANCISCO (Jan 27): Apple Inc. results next week will likely show iPhone sales growing again, bucking a year of declines. That’s the good news.
The Grand Tour

Amazon launches Netflix rival Amazon Prime Video in Singapore and around the world

SINGAPORE (Dec 15): E-commerce giant Amazon on Wednesday announced the launch of its video streaming service, Amazon Prime Video, in more than 200 countries and territories around the world, including Singapore.