Q&A: Pay-TV piracy a sign of frustrated consumers, says Irdeto
One reason why people pirate pay-TV content, says Irdeto vice-president for Asia-Pacific, Bengt Jonsson, is because they are frustrated.
Free isn’t everything, India tells Facebook as it blocks limited Net app
Net neutrality may be a controversial topic on which not everyone agrees. But clearly, in this case, free isn't good enough. It has to be fa
Microsoft, Google dominate nascent cloud e-mail market
The two tech giants have carved out their respective markets, with Google being more popular among smaller firms and in unregulated industri
One in three home routers to double as public Wi-Fi hotspots
These so-called ‘homespot’ routers essentially create two wireless networks separated by a firewall: one network is for private use while th
Expect phone hacking, fraud to rise as mobile transactions become common
The question for consumers, as more turn to the phone as a mobile wallet, is whether they want more convenience or security.
Uber-like courier service promises speedy deliveries
It features an authentication technology that replaces the arbitrary signatures traditional couriers usually use to confirm delivery receipt
Six in 10 children in S’pore want to develop cyber skills: Intel Security
This growing interest in the technology sector contrasts with the trends in the past five to 10 years, which saw graduates looking to other
Watch Korean TV dramas online for free with Viu in Singapore
It promises to bring the latest telecast dramas and variety shows from four big Korean broadcasters - SBS, KBS, MBC and CJ E&M.
Finally, a game-changing laptop in the Razer Blade Stealth
It offers the portability of a thin and light laptop, plus the ability to plug in a desktop graphics card separately for some muscle and hea
Despite hiccups, Netflix launch in Singapore can reshape pay-TV market
Once people get used to video streaming, watching things as and when they want, there will be no going back to linear TV, outdated set-top b
Archt’s omni-directional speaker goes Mini in Q2 for US$299
The 65-watt speaker promises 360-degree sound that is delivered wirelessly through its patented, multi-directional Sound Impact Array.