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Review: SanDisk iXpand Liberates your iOS Devices

SanDisk iXpand

Have you ever wanted to share a photo or video to a friend’s iOS device without the hassle of going through AirDrop or some 3rd party apps (like WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger) which reduces the quality? Or just simply copy your favourite drama, that you had downloaded from your desktop, to your iPhone without going through iTunes? Or maybe you’re just running ...

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10 products that caught my attention at CES 2015

CES 2015

10 products that caught my attention at CES 201510 products that caught my attention at CES 2015This week is CES 2015 week with a whole slew of products, announcements and interesting developments within the tech industry. This year is very much focused on wearables, Internet of Things, automobile, and some refreshes of existing products that I’ve been waiting for. Here are ...

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Connect with Customers Differently in 2015 – Trends in a Digital Age


Guest Post by Simon Davies, Area Vice President, Enterprise Sales, 
Asia Vice President for ASEAN, Greater China and Korea Salesforce, Edited by Justin Lee We are living in the single most innovative era in the history of technology, where everything and everyone is being connected, and a company’s relationship with its customers is the new bottom line. Three key trends have, ...

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Dinner with the Dancing Crab at The Grandstand


Dancing Crab is another restaurant that has the 50% discount for two with my American Express Platinum Credit Card’s complimentary Classic Far Card Membership and the PALATE programme, so I decided to make my way to Turf Club (a very long bus ride and walk) and try out this much talked about seafood restaurant opened by Tung Lok Group back in April this year. Firstly, don’t expect the ...

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A Russian Night at Buyan with Amex Platinum Dining

BUYAN Russian Restaurant and Caviar Bar

For those who don’t know yet, I’ve been a American Express Platinum Credit Card customer for some time now. Yet, I’ve never got the chance to fully appreciate the promotions available to me, especially the complimentary Classic Far Card Membership and the PALATE programme. I finally found time to head down to BUYAN at Duxton Hill, this Russian restaurant I’ve been to many years ...

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Always losing things? iCookie Anti-Loss Tracker might be what you need


tl;dr – Small, light, slim, slick and stylish chic design and good battery life (~1 year) compared to other similar products. Works as advertised, however the buzzer is soft. Great for people who keep losing their keys, wallets, etc. Retailing at USD39. iCookie is a small coin size Bluetooth 4.0 Anti-Loss Tracker device that measures at 33.94 x 31.2 x 7.7 ...

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Enable your Twitter Card on your WordPress Blog

twitter card

Have you ever wondered what that extra text below some of the tweets are? These are called Twitter Cards, pretty much unknown to quite a lot of people. Well, if you’re a blogger and have installed the latest WordPress and Jetpack version, all you need to do is enable “publicise” feature from Jetpack, and you’re pretty much ready to go. ...

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Successfully re-created Google Cardboard VR headset, with materials easily found

Google Cardboard

When Google announced the Google Cardboard as a gift to those who attended Google I/O and found out that the specs were all available, I was excited to try creating one from what I can get my hands on. Firstly, I had to create the cardboard body which E Flute was recommended. I had no idea what that was, so I took one ...

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A taste of L’Entrecote: Simple Affordable Steak-Frites


I was recently invited to have a taste at the newly opened L’Entrecôte Singapore (second outlet), located at the basement 1 (Tower 5 escalator) of the newly renovated Suntec City Mall. The unique concept of L’Entrecôte is offering only one main dish in the entire menu – Entrecôte Steak; a steak-frites dish with a lean portion of the Entrecôte cut, smouldered with a complex butter-based ...

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An Analysis of Microsoft’s Purchase of Nokia Devices and Services Business

Microsoft Nokia Deal

Microsoft has bought Nokia’s phone business for a paltry $7.2 billion USD on the 3rd of September, about half what Google paid for Motorola’s handset business in 2012. The dust has settled somewhat, and by now, speculation on several issues has now been replaced with facts. Stephen Elop, Nokia’s CEO, will lead the entire Microsoft’s Devices Division. What’s interesting is that ...

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