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“Ultra-secure” Crypto Smartphone Finney (S$1,899) Launches In Singapore

Touted to be the world's first "ultra-secure" crypto-centric smartphone, Sirin Labs has announced the the local launch of Finney in Singapore available exclusively through electronics retailer Courts. Sirin Labs co-CEO Zvika Landau demonstrates the Safe Screen on the Finney. Image: Ian Ling Founded in Israel, Sirin Labs is a crypto

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Neither Android Replacement nor Alternative: Huawei’s HarmonyOS Is a “Revolution”

At an exclusive media roundtable in Singapore, Huawei briefed journalists about its latest revolutionary endeavour - HarmonyOS. Intended to be a cross-platform, microkernel-based operating system that boasts a greater degree of interoperability, code compatibility, security and openness than any existing operating system, the development of Harmony OS began back in

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Spate of Android, iOS Vulnerabilities Remind Us No Smartphone is Safe From Attack

Media outlets love to sensationalise the latest news, but the recent spate of security-related revelations has been a dead-serious wake-up call. These vulnerabilities affect both Android and iOS devices 1. Black Hat Participants Hack Apple's Face ID With Tape And Spectacles At the annual Black Hat security conference held in

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Huawei’s Hongmeng OS (Harmony) Is Real, But Will Stick To Android For Now

After months of secrecy, Huawei Technologies has announced its proprietary operating system (OS), Harmony (鸿蒙, Hóngméng) OS. This comes in light of recent US sanctions that have restricted the company's access to key software and hardware resources from third parties. Huawei showcases its vision of the future of consumer technology

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Technically Speaking: iPhone Popularity Isn’t Falling, You’re Just Reading It Wrong

First reported in CNET, a reputable technology publication, news reports foreboding iPhone's impending demise have since been circulating. "More people are trading their iPhones in for Androids", "New report shows that iPhone loyalty is as low as it's ever been", "iPhone loyalty is reportedly dropping like a rock" read the

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