Fanboy vs. Newbie: Is Nostalgia The Key To Loving Kingdom Hearts III?
For a series with this much history, looking at it objectively can be a little tricky. So why not look at it from two perspectives?
MNC, SME, Or Public Service: What Should Fresh Grads’ Dream Jobs Be In?
Fresh grads often face the dilemma of choosing the 'right' company to kickstart their careers. We got some tips to help narrow these choices down.
Most Of M’sia Is Still Figuring Out Blockchain, These Guys Built A Social Network On It
Inpactor is a blockchain based social network specifically designed to create social impact The platform is built by Malaysian startup, Incitement.
Our Largest Writer Reviews Microsoft’s Smallest Laptop—Just To Show Size Doesn’t Matter
We review the Surface Go—Microsoft's entry-level laptop and tablet hybrid that features a touch screen and proper PC capabilities.
Circles.Life Now Offers Insurance To Protect Phones From Cracked Screens And Liquid Damage For $7/Mth
The insurance plan covers screen crack and liquid damage and is currently only open for customers on the iOS version of the Circles.Life app.
Razer Tickles Gamers Pink With New Quartz Collection, Just In Time For Valentine’s Day
After releasing four products in a pastel pink colourway last year, the Singaporean company is bringing back their Quartz collection due to popular demand.
How To Lo Hei With DSLR? Try These 5 Smartphone Photography Tips This CNY Instead
To make sure we're ready for Chinese New Year, we met up with some of Singapore’s leading photographers for a crash course in photography.
Master Chris Said Wearing This Strap-On Would Make Me Straighter. Let’s See If It Worked.
A review of Kiper Shoulder Corrector and Lower Back Brace that are said to help provide pain-free solutions and a better body posture.
You Say 4 Cameras On A Smartphone Is A Gimmick. Let’s See If I Can Convince You Otherwise.
We review the Samsung Galaxy A9, a midrange smartphone that boasts no less than four rear cameras including dedicated wide-angle and telephoto lenses.
Made In Singapore: From Dyson’s Upcoming Electric Cars To Razer Chroma-Powered Electric Skateboards
The scale is nowhere near places like China, but that doesn't mean Singapore doesn't have the ability to produce some cool tech products. Here are a few.
In Defence Of The Playstation Classic: Why Sony’s Mini Console Isn’t As Bad As You Think
The tsunami of criticism stopped me from getting one at launch, but my curiosity eventually got the better of me and I decided to get my hands on one.
These UM Students Built An App To “Connect Uni Students” & No, It’s Not Just For Dating
UniChat is a verified student-only platform where university students can connect with each other from all over Malaysia.