Intel and Unity Technologies are moving forwards to bring more Android*-based applications onto Intel architecture.
More than 94 percent of popular Android applications are vulnerable to having their data stolen.
Xbox Singapore has invited Xbox fans to reserve their Xbox One as of August 15.
The Singapore Police Force (SPF) says that online crimes have risen significantly in the first six months of 2014 compared to the same period last year.
SingTel has a range of new mobile plans that take advantage of its new premium high-speed WiFi network it is deploying at crowded locations and underground MRT stations.
In a new twist to borrowing from current affairs with an intention to dupe, major news media in the US received a press release last week purporting to be from Intel that later turned out to be fake.
Foursquare reported August 7 US time (early hours of August 8 Singapore time) that 15 million 'tastes' had been added around the world in the first 18 hours of the launch of the new Foursquare app.
The Nanu app is offering free calls to both landlines and mobile phones around the world
Laptop computer case and accessories maker Targus has unveiled the new Targus Geo collection in Singapore. Designed for both weekend explorers and daily office commuters, the Geo Collection features four silhouettes: two backpacks, a messenger bag and a slim case.
Taiwan's Speed 3D, which was only set up in January 2014, has released what it calls the world's first app that can convert a person's photo into his or her animated 3D avatar.
Singapore-based Nanoveu says it has patent-pending, precision technology called EyeFly3D that allows 3D content to be viewed without glasses.
FOVE has announced the completion of an initial proof-of-concept of the world's first consumer-oriented eye-tracking head-mount display, and is on track to release a developers' kit in 2015.