I attended the launch of the Redmi 2 smartphone in Singapore a couple of weeks back, and was able to test out a review unit of the 4.7-inch smartphone before it was commercially available
It is hardly a secret that digital print production is steadily overtaking traditional methods such as offset lithography printing. The growth is accelerating in favor of digital printing too, as rapid product development cycles
If you’re like me, you don’t enjoy squeezing through the massive crowds at the regular IT shows held in Singapore. Well, it looks like Singtel is running a promotion to help folks here to
Getting the perfect print onto a piece of fabric can be tricky and is often both an art and a science. Using the right ink, accounting for possible shrinkage of polyester fabric, applying an
If there were one industry that is not at all affected by the transition away from the use of paper in print media and in the office, then it would surely be in the
Is it possible to print a T-shirt in less than 30 minutes from start to finish? To find the answer, I visited Singapore-based Custom Top Pte Ltd to catch a demonstration from the young,
By Sunny Tan, AVP, StarHub’s Enterprise Solutions For telecom operators rolling out cloud services, one obvious challenge is getting the apps out to customers easily, quickly and flexibly. Try doing it manually, or through multiple
One thing about having worked as an IT professional before making the switch to full-time writing and blogging is the additional insights that it gave me. For one, I am familiar with how the
Are you looking to purchase a new laptop or PC, but are confused by the plethora of choices available? And while it may be obvious why some devices are so much more expensive than
The Singapore SMB cloud services market is worth S$520 million, according to the latest Parallels SMB Cloud Insights for Singapore report.
I routinely get my hands on a lot of IT hardware and gadgets in the course of my writing and blogging. Out of sheer necessity, I typically form an opinion of new products and services within a very
Researchers have identified a weakness believed to exist in Android, Windows and iOS mobile operating systems that could be used to obtain personal information from unsuspecting users.