3 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners
Released in 2012, the Raspberry Pi sparked a minor renaissance in DIY computer culture—here's what you can build with it.
This M’sian Startup Has Big Plans To Unite 170 Mil Mobile Gamers In SEA On One Platform
MEGPlay is a M'sian gaming startup that wants to become the go-to platform for mobile gamers in Southeast Asia to connect with each other.
Bike-Sharing Came And Went. But Will The New E-Scooters Suffer The Same Fate In M’sia?
Neuron Mobility is an e-scooter sharing startup from Singapore that has launched in Cyberjaya, Malaysia to provide last-mile transport services.
Bring In RM500K In 2 Months? Done. Next Goal? Cure 100K Back Problems In M’sia.
Kiper is a Malaysian brand that focuses on providing pain-free solutions and the means to a better body posture through their back brace products.
Razer Unleashes The “Raptor” At CES 2019 – Its First-Ever Gaming Monitor With A 27-Inch Display
The Singaporean brand unveiled an “early-design-phase" model of the new Razer Raptor at CES 2019, and we’re liking what we see so far.
I Went Full-On Huawei For A Week
I switched over to 3 of Huawei's flagship devices for a week, just to see how much their ecosystem has evolved—here's what I found out.
In What Seems Like The Crossover Of The Year, Tesla Might Just Power Razer’s Upcoming HQ In S’pore
In what might just be the crossover the year, Razer's upcoming SEA headquarters in Singapore MIGHT just be Tesla Energy-powered.
They Said You Need Pricey Gimbals For Smooth Action Shots. This Camera Calls “Bullsh*t!”
The DJI Osmo Pocket is a small form factor camcorder that has the ability to shoot gimbal-stabilised footage while being able to fit into small spaces.
“Like Playing On The Hardest Level” – Indie Game Studios On What Developing Games In S’pore Is Like
"Game development is extremely hard, even for the smallest of projects. It’s not as easy as some people might think!" - Indie game developer in Singapore
30 Mil Users Played Battle Royale Games Everyday In 2018—But Which Will Dominate 2019?
Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has been recording substantial growth and we analyse which of the two came out top in 2018.
Your Brand New Notched Phone Will Look Outdated In 2019, And 6 Other Tech Predictions
Moving into the new year, we make some predictions for consumer technology in 2019, including smartphones, cameras, and electric vehicles.
Thanks To This Smartwatch, I Now Know That I’m The Most Stressed Out Guy In The Office
We take Samsung's latest wearable—the Galaxy Watch—for a test drive to see how it fares as an everyday smartwatch and as a fitness tracker.