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SingTel CEO Chua Sock Koong has been featured for saying the network provider should charge for WhatsApp and Skype services, then roundly vilified by users for attempting to charge customers for the service. The news has gone viral globally, leading the company to come out with a clarification on 27 February that it has suggested that WhatsApp, Skype and other ‘over the top’ providers should pay the money, and not the end-users themselves
A week ago, we reported on a leaked photo of the retail packaging for Samsung’s latest flagship product, the Galaxy S5. Just today, Samsung officially launched it in Barcelona after their new Gear smartwatch announcement. On the specifications front, the S5 features a 2.5 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, and a 16-megapixel camera that supports 4K video recording and
The sheer uptake of mobile devices in recent years has culminated in mobile devices achieving a state of ubiquity, be it in the form of smartphones or mobile-capable tablets. Even Wi-Fi only devices can get Internet access fairly easily, especially with the up-and-coming Hotspot 2.0 that lets Wi-Fi devices “roam” between disparate public access points without the need to re-authenticate
The suspicious behaviour from Japan’s Mt Gox, once known as the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchange, smacks of outright fraud. On February 25, the company’s website first went blank, then later stated that news reports were affecting it so adversely that it had to shut down to protect customers
Nokia on Monday officially unveiled their latest smartphone, the X series family. What makes these phones so interesting is they are the first batch of Android phones released by Nokia. A total of three models: the X, X+ and the XL were announced.
All three phones …