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Huawei Phones, Laptops Threatened By Google, Intel, Qualcomm Ban

Just in lieu of Google's high-profile compliance with US policy requiring interdiction of Huawei, fellow American tech companies have fallen in line with rulings regarding Huawei's status on the "Entity List". These have included major chipmakers Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom, along with memory chip makers Micron Technology and Western Digital.

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US$669 OnePlus 7 Pro: Flagship At A Fraction Of The Cost

At its global launch in London, OnePlus announced the latest iteration of their massively popular smartphone lineup. As the most expensive handset produced by OnePlus to date, the OnePlus 7 Pro baulks the trend of ultra-affordable, ultra-capable devices set by the company.  The OnePlus 7 Pro in Almond, Mirror Grey

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Garmin Forerunner 245 (S$459) and 245 Music (S$529) – Hard-Core Runner Must-Haves

Garmin has launched the Forerunner 245 and 245 Music GPS smartwatches, which are aimed at advanced runners in their training regimes. Designed with the demands and requirements of athletes, the Garmin Forerunner 245 packs tracking and stat monitoring capabilities to deliver comprehensive reports for training history and for more effective

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TCL expands horizons into Home Tech: A/C, Audio and Kitchen

TCL, renown for its stellar television technology, has announced its expansion into a multitude of family devices. Founded in Shanghai, TCL has seen exponential year-on-year growth in global markets, with an intention to further expand into Portugal, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, amongst other countries. Marek Maciejewski, Product Development Director, TCL

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Qi Aerista: Chinese Tea goes High Tech

Honouring the Chinese art of Tea Do you know why Chinese tea is served in such small cups? One of the reasons is because the tea is meant to be drunk immediately after it has been poured! (as told by my very long-winded Chinese-cultured uncle). That being said, timing and temperature are key when it

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