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DSLR Killer at Last? Fujifilm Launches XF200mm, XF8-16mm Lenses

Fujifilm has been a mainstay for portrait and street photographers with its revolutionary line of X-series mirrorless cameras. With simple, intuitive dial-based controls hearkening back to film days, and a system of compact yet powerful APS-C crop sensor bodies and astoundingly sharp Fujinon lenses, the only thing Fujifilm had lacked

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Mid-tier Showdown: Huawei Nova 3i, Oppo R15, Samsung Galaxy A8 Star

It's that time in your phone's life when it starts to get considerably laggy and buggy, and you're trying to stretch your dollar. Fret not: you're not alone - smartphones can be quite a substantial investment, but they've fortunately grown more affordable and have become much better value propositions. This

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The Huawei Nova 3i Brings Flagship Features at an Unbeatable Price

Huawei's brings the mobile flagship experience to an even lower price point with the Nova 3i. Retailing at SGD 398, the Nova 3i boasts features that would otherwise belong on the best smartphones in the category. With 128GB of internal storage, Kirin 710 octa-core processor, face unlock, and AI-enabled camera, the

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Singapore Studio Has a Large Part to Play in Ubisoft’s Upcoming Releases

Earlier this week, our editor Ian and I were invited to Ubisoft Singapore for a studio tour. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the gaming giant Ubisoft on our very own sunny island. In its decade here, Ubisoft Singapore has made waves with its extensive contribution to the Assassin's Creed

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Apple’s 2018 Launches: Will 8th Gen CPUs, AirPower Save It?

It has been getting harder to remain optimistic about Apple's products. Over the past year, design issues with the MacBook's new butterfly key mechanisms have been acknowledged along with an admission that the company has been throttling iPhone performance on older models. Exclusive and exorbitant, a tide of media dissatisfaction

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The $399 Surface Go Is Microsoft’s Smallest, Cheapest Surface Device Yet

Lightweight, compact and powerful, the 10-inch Microsoft's Surface Go is aimed at busy professionals. After plenty of rumours and speculation, Microsoft's launch of the Surface Go entrenches its Surface line into a new product category, one between the popular iPad Pro and its own line of 2-in-1 Surface Pro devices. Officially

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Samsung’s New IOT-enabled Family Hub Fridge Is a World-First

Samsung debuted the Family Hub refrigerator today in Singapore, bringing to its shores the world's first IoT-capable fridge. Integrated with Samsung's Bixby AI voice assistant and SmartThings IoT platform, the Family Hub fridge is the latest in Samsung's push toward a total smart home solution. Fitting into Samsung's wide ecosystem of smart

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VR Zone Reviews MekaMon: AR, Robotics Gameplay At Your Fingertips

These days, "gaming" would conjure up high-refresh rate monitor rigs, angular CPUs replete with cooling pipes within, and dizzying, pulsating colours running through clicky keyboards and perfectly sculpted mice. Reach Robotics challenges all those with the MekaMon: a robotic platform that overlays AR gameplay elements on your very own Android

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EU’s Latest Attempt to Kill Memes With Internet Copyright Reform Blocked

Just months after the wide-reaching reforms of the EU-led General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) have been implemented, an otherwise simple addendum to the landmark spate of Internet legislature has been blocked. Known as the Copyright Directive, the draft legislation debuted in the European Court and is intended to enforce copyright law

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LG TwinWash Line Caters to Every Household With New Wash Additions

Last week in Singapore, Korean tech giant LG showcased its total laundry solution with the latest launch of smaller capacity TwinWash washing machines. This brings to LG’s entire laundry care system full circle, with a fully-fleshed family of TwinWash washing machines, dryers, and the LG Styler. All TwinWash products are Wi-Fi enabled for

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