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HUAWEI Mate 9 – Perfection with Leica and Porsche Design

The HUAWEI Mate 9 features a dynamic interplay of industry-leading hardware and advanced software that work together to keep users a step ahead. Key features include: Highest performance: Kirin 960 chipset, the world’s highest performing smartphone processor, according to Geekbench 4.0.0 multi-core CPU performance and DDR performance Great experience: EMUI 5.0, an intuitive user interface that streamlines the user experiencewith …

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Pokemon Go Lure Modules to be released at PokeStops near Singtel Shops from 11th to 14th August

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Singtel is giving Pokémon Go Trainers in Singapore a boost in their quest to “catch them all”. From 11 to 14 August, it will be releasing thousands of Pokemon Lure Modules at PokéStops near Singtel Shop locations across the island, transforming each site into a hotspot for catching Pokémon and collecting game items such as Poké Balls, Potions and Eggs. Participating …

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Samsung Galaxy Note7 – “Eye-ing” the Next Evolution in the Galaxy Note Series

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The next generation Samsung Galaxy Note7 combines both style and innovative features and top of the line security capabilities while improving the existing S Pen capabilities to make it closer to a real pen-like experience. Key Features Iris Scanning, which took 5 years to improve, in addition to fingerprint scanning, can be used to unlock the home screen, sign in …

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My experience with the OCBC Cycle Cafe Bike Crawl

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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go on a cafe bike crawl exploring the Punggol Park area and several parts of the north-eastern Singapore. I’ve always wanted to explore Punggol and Coney Island ever since it became easily accessible on 10th October 2015. This cafe bike crawl is a preview to the upcoming OCBC Cycle Cafe Bike Crawl happening on 9th …

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Proposing a New Way of Consuming APIs – Using Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Chat Bots

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Microsoft recently announced at //BUILD 2016 their foray into the cognitive domain, currently dominated by IBM Watson, called Microsoft Cognitive Services. Having some knowledge of the cognitive computing space and seeing how it will revolutionise the way applications are created, I was toying the idea of a completely new way of consuming APIs when they announced the “Conversation as a …

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