• Huawei's new Honor 20 series smartphones feature serious photographic power
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    Teng Yong Ping

    Huawei's new Honor 20 series smartphones feature serious photographic power

    Honor has unveiled its 20 series smartphones, which are photographic powerhouses with a quad rear camera set-up.

  • Dyson launches three new home technologies: Lightcycle task light, Pure Cool Me fan and V11 Absolute
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    Dyson launches three new home technologies: Lightcycle task light, Pure Cool Me fan and V11 Absolute

    SINGAPORE — Today (8 May) Dyson launched new home technologies in Southeast Asia and India that will help to increase your wellbeing. The three new machines are Lightcycle task light, Pure Cool Me fan and V11 Absolute.

  • Fans queue for hours for Huawei P30 Series at VivoCity, models sold out before noon
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    Staff Writer, Singapore

    Fans queue for hours for Huawei P30 Series at VivoCity, models sold out before noon

    Last Sunday (April 7) hundreds of fans throng VivoCity as early as 9pm the day before to get their hands on the Huawei P30 series: the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro. Coveted for the world’s first Leica Quad camera, the models sold out before noon. Ms. Yvelyn Tey together with her fiancé were first in line since 9pm the night before.

  • fitbit launches 4 new wearables, including its lowest-priced fitness tracker, the Inspire
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    Reta Lee

    fitbit launches 4 new wearables, including its lowest-priced fitness tracker, the Inspire

    Wearables brand fitbit launched four new fitness trackers at Singapore Botanic Gardens on Tuesday (19 March), including its lowest-priced Inspire. The other three fitness trackers include the fitbit Versa Lite Edition, fitbit Inspire and fitbit Ace 2.

  • Samsung starts taking pre-orders for Galaxy S10s in Singapore from 22 Feb; sales launch on 8 March
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    Teng Yong Ping

    Samsung starts taking pre-orders for Galaxy S10s in Singapore from 22 Feb; sales launch on 8 March

    In this Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, photo are a selection of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones during a product preview in San Francisco. Fans in Singapore who have been wowed by the newly revealed Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones can pre-order the devices from 12pm on Friday (22 February). In one of the biggest shake-ups to its product line in years, Samsung unveiled a foldable smartphone together with its new flagship Galaxy S10 phones on Wednesday.

  • Samsung unveils foldable smartphone Galaxy Fold together with Galaxy S10 phones
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    Teng Yong Ping

    Samsung unveils foldable smartphone Galaxy Fold together with Galaxy S10 phones

    In one of the biggest shake-ups to its product line in years, Samsung unveiled a foldable smartphone together with its new flagship Galaxy S10 phones on Wednesday (20 February). Celebrating the 10th year since the Galaxy phones were first released, the electronics giant also announced new wearable devices at its Unpacked event in San Francisco – the Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Buds. The Galaxy Fold has a flexible composite polymer screen and a hinge system that allow the phone to be unfolded into a larger tablet-style device.

  • Review: Good for selfies, Vivo V11 also has a cool fingerprint sensor
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    Reta Lee

    Review: Good for selfies, Vivo V11 also has a cool fingerprint sensor

    The smartphone has a full-view display, with just a tiny notch for its camera, which it's almost unnoticeable until second glance. You'll also immediately notice the exclusion of a home button; the Vivo V11 now incorporates in-display fingerprint scanning technology, the fourth gen smartphone to do so. It also has a Face Unlock features which is speedy if your fingers are busy. Super!

  • Tech gifts: The best gadgets to give this Christmas
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    Lauren Sharkey

    Tech gifts: The best gadgets to give this Christmas

    From games consoles to incredible smart home products, these are the ultimate gadgets for Christmas 2017.

  • Robots at M Social Singapore hotel help ease hospitality manpower crunch
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    Bryan Huang

    Robots at M Social Singapore hotel help ease hospitality manpower crunch

    Guests at lifestyle design hotel M Social Singapore may bump into an interesting staff member during their stay, either along the corridors or in the lobby. While AURA’s current role is limited to delivering items to guests, ‘her’ brother AUSCA (Automated Service Chef Associate) will soon up the robotic game by being able to cook three different types of eggs for hotel guests – omelette, scrambled, and sunny-side up.