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!
At first look, the B&O PLAY Earset looks like a prop from a sci-fi film. Upon closer inspection, the Earset is actually an improvement from its 2004 original design.
I’ve been a fan of Fitbit since I started using the Charge 2 a few years ago. Upon first looks, the Charge 3 has a more refined design, and the band is thinner, so it looks lighter around your wrist. Unlike its predecessor, the now improved Charge 3 has many cool new elements we should talk about, if you’re looking for a new fitness tracker that covers it all.
Terence Mak, 50, thinks he will be lucky this time. After a failed attempt to bring armchair tourists to attractions around the world on a smartphone platform, he thinks he’s hit on a formula that would marry two groups: brick-and-mortar merchants and consumers. He is behind WhereIsWhere, a smartphone application conceptualised while he was on holiday in Phuket a few years ago.
With eSports gaming traction gaining popularity around the world, Yahoo is proud to host the 4th eSports Invitational Tournament to be held at EXPO Dome, Taipei.
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.