Do you wish to take photos and videos of marine life without having to dive into the waters? You can now do so thanks to a new underwater drone, which is available in Singapore.
When she's not being a bad influence in the second season of Channel 5's "Lion Moms" TV series, Singaporean actress Adlina Adil spends a lot of time maintaining her fitness by hitting the gym and pool. So we thought it would be a great idea to let her review Fitbit's latest fitness tracker-cum-smartwatch called the Ionic. After all, she has used the brand's earlier models - the Alta and Flex. Watch to find out if the Fitbit Ionic is worth the buy. More details here: Fitbit's new Ionic smartwatch lets you track your health and make payments in Singapore Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
With nearly everyone in possession of a smartphone, just about anyone is now able to take a photo. Gone are the days of cumbersome film cameras, when you had to worry whether you had enough film and consequently, how many photos you could take. There was no instant reviewing of photos on the spot, and much less taking of multiple shots to find the right one.
The popular mobile phone of the noughties has returned to Singapore. But what happens when the Nokia 3310 is handed to a 19-year-old who has only used touchscreen smartphones? See how this young millennial takes to the phone. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The Nokia 3310 3G will be available in warm red and charcoal. Following its announcement in late September, the Nokia 3310 3G will be available in Singapore from 14 October for S$99, HMD Global announced on Monday (9 October) in a media alert. Customers can purchase the phone from local telcos such as M1, StarHub and 3Mobile, as well as selected A-Mobile outlets such as Challenger, Courts, Gain City, Handphoneshop, Harvey Norman, Mustafa and Sprint Cass, said the Finnish company.
Golden Village is opening a new multiplex at SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar on Friday (6 October) that boasts laser projectors for all its eight auditoriums, which promise better picture quality. It features a new category of premium halls, called Duo Deluxe, which is priced below its existing Gold Class tickets. The Duo Deluxe seats have smaller side tables and feature a different type of seats as compared to Gold Class tickets.
Nokia 3310 3G phones will be available in Singapore from October. Heads up, retro phone fans! The frequently reminisced-about Nokia 3310 will be returning to the Singapore market via authorised dealers from October. Finnish company HMD Global has even given the phone a facelift.
After Apple unveiled its iPhone 8 and 8 Plus earlier this month, fans have been eager to get their hands on the new smartphones. On Friday morning (22 September), those in Singapore got to do just that. In the morning, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore saw about 50 people in queue outside Marina Bay Sands Exhibition Hall C for the launch of the new mobile devices organised by local telco Singtel.
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spotted a long queue of customers at Marina Bay Sands on Friday (22 September), many of whom were eager to get their hands on the newly released iPhone 8 and 8 Plus smartphones. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Armarium co-founders Alexandra Lind Rose (left) and Trisha Gregory (right). Working in fashion, while fun, is no easy task. After nearly a decade as the head of public relations for a high-end fashion brand, she took the leap and created Armarium along with her co-founder (and fellow fashion veteran) Alexandra Lind Rose.
Students at Rangsit University, in Thailand, have to retake their final exams after peers were caught participating in a sophisticated high-tech cheating ring.
As Fashionista points out, the PDA-friendly lovebirds Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom both attended the Met Gala wearing a Tamagotchi clipped to their Prada getups.
While most of the guests at Monday night’s Met Gala interpreted this year’s theme of Manus x Machina to mean metallic! shiny!, will.i.am went with a more literal approach.
According to data logged on Jeannine M. Risley's Fitbit, she had been awake and walking around during the time she had claimed she was asleep in bed.
“When asked simple questions about mental health, interpersonal violence, and physical health, Siri, Google Now, Cortana, and S Voice responded inconsistently and incompletely,” stated a March 14th study from JAMA Internal Medicine.
Google makes it easy to pull up just about any information that’s available, but some psychological researchers think it comes with a cost. The “Google effect,” as one team dubbed it, is our tendency to forget information that can be easily looked up. Now a new study adds a new layer to the question of what effects our endless Google-searching might have on us: There’s a chance it’s making us overconfident about stuff we don’t know as well.
Leave it to the city of San Francisco to get the most high-tech beauty experiences before the rest of us do: The 8,500 square feet store located at 33 Powell Street is re-opening November 20 as the first and only Sephora Beauty Tip (Teaching, Inspiration, and Play) Workshop, with over 13,000 products and interactive services. Like most beauty junkies, we’d happily spend a few hours slowly meandering through the selections at Sephora — maybe getting a touchup along the way — but this takes the beauty emporium straight into Willa Wonka territory. In addition to stations for trying new hair and makeup trends, here are the main features you should check out the next time you’re in San Francisco: The Beauty Workshop station at San Francisco’s Sephora Powell Street. (Photo: Courtesy of Sephora) The Beauty Workshop: The main feature of the re-designed store will be The Beauty Workshop, a central workstation where you can take group beauty lessons with Sephora’s top makeup artist instructors, follow tutorials at the iPad stations, or find more inspiration at The Beauty Board, a shoppable gallery made of user-generated content.
I wondered if I could get a smartphone to control my nail art.” Walia doesn’t have an academic tech background — she studied history and gender studies at Northwestern University and holds an MBA from University of Chicago, and she originally moved to Silicon Valley to work on the unsuccessful California governor campaign of venture capitalist Steve Westly. 92 percent of teenage girls decorate their nails, and 14 percent do it daily.
You know you want this dress from Prada’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. As if online shopping wasn’t already dangerous enough, it’s now proliferating social media, making it impossible to avoid that Prada dress you’ve had bookmarked for months. Pinterest, the inspirational (and aspirational) image sharing site, has taken the next step in blurring the lines between e-commerce and friendly online engagement by introducing The Pinterest Shop, a curated catalog of items that can be directly purchased, turning the Internet mood board from third-party promoter to boutique-like seller. The new addition is an enhancement of Buyable Pins, which were launched in June.
Bitmoji looks from Michael Kors, Rodarte and DVF (from left to right). Instead of the ill-fitting denim or shapeless shirt you probably picked for your avatar, you can now dress your digital self in apparel fresh off the runway, thanks to the launch of Bitmoji Fashion. Runway looks from designers like Joie and Tanya Taylor, in addition to brands you’d find IRL at Bergdorf Goodman—like Diane Von Furstenberg, Rodarte, Michael Kors Collection, Zac Posen, and Kenzo—are only few of the many to choose from.
Katy Perry was on theme in 2010 wearing a CuteCircuit gown lined with LEDs. Photo: Getty Images Fashion and technology have come a long way in the past few years. There’s Google Glass, solar panel-embellished clothes to charge electronics, rings that vibrate upon receiving a text message, and bracelets that track nearly everything happening in the human body. All of this — and so much more — will most likely be on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art come May 2016 when the Costume Institute opens “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
Left: Spiegel cuddles a puppy wearing Completo Brioni and Dsquared2. Right: Spiegel poses against a brick wall in Burberry Prorsum. Photography by Francesco Carrozzini for L’Uomo Vogue Tech titans aren’t really known for their high fashion sensibilities. Mark Zuckerburg made the hoodie a Silicon Valley staple and Steve Jobs’s uniform was a black turtleneck and New Balance sneakers.
After all, unlike your eye color, your skin tone changes with sun exposure and other environmental factors, so you can easily go too light or too dark even if the color matched perfectly at a different time and place. It also matters if your skin has pink, yellow, or as Sudanese model Nykhor Paul once told me, “true blue” undertones. It’s simple: Just walk into Sephora and ask for the Color IQ service.
Kendall Jenner’s Calvin Klein Billboard Vandalized by a Drone For months now, as I walk to and from the subway on my commute I’ve been forced to face Justin Bieber’s tatted-up biceps on a billboard (which, wasn’t too bad, because even though I’m ashamed to admit this, I’m a total Belieber). Just assuming it was time for a switch, I didn’t expect to discover that, like me, someone else had dreams of destroying the poster—only this person actually followed through. In the early hours on Wednesday, street artist Katsu used a drone to spray paint the Calvin Klein Jeans for Opening Ceremony sign. “It’s exciting to see its first potential use as a device for vandalism.” The illegal act took less than a minute to complete and a similarly short amount of time for Calvin Klein to print out another massive image of Jenner to plaster up on the corner of Houston and Lafayette in downtown Manhattan.
There’s an endless running-time’s worth of movie-themed apps these days, but only a precious few are worth the download time. Here’s our rundown of the cinematic essentials, from the perfectly practical (finally organize that DVD collection) to the whimsically weird (when do I take a bathroom break?).