SingHealth Data Breach is Serious

It’s not if, but when. Those in cybersecurity circles will understand this. As much as you want to prevent successful cybersecurity attacks, breaches will happen. How are you going to respond? How well did the Singapore government…

Jumping Onto MyRepublic Mobile

MyRepublic recently launched its mobile services, coming on board as the fourth Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in Singapore. This comes after their failure to secure the fourth mobile telco license in 2017. Like Circles.Life,…

Apple Announces New MacBook Pros, But Meh

Apple yesterday announced the long overdue refresh to their 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models, available to order immediately from their U.S. online store, though availability in Singapore is as yet known. This refresh is…

All Your Base Are Belong To Us

I was rather amused, recently, while looking at some HDB exhibits of the future Tengah “Forest Town”, how they’ve taken care to mask out some areas of the map. These are supposedly sensitive sites, places…

ThinkPad X380 Yoga Review

ThinkPad notebooks are legendary. The 360º flip feature of the Lenovo Yoga brand may also be familiar to many people. Put the two together, you’d pretty much already know what the new ThinkPad X380 Yoga…

BenQ EW3270U 4K HDR Monitor Review

BenQ’s latest EW3270U is quite possibly the best value 32-inch 4K Ultra HD monitor with High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology that you can get right now. This monitor is from BenQ’s EW series of “video…

D-Link Covr-C1203 Wi-Fi System Review

D-Link previously took a different approach to whole-home Wi-Fi system design with their Covr-3902 (see my review). Their latest Covr-C1203, however, returns to the more conventional design, with three palm-sized nodes which provide dual-band mesh…

SonicGear TWS6 Speaker Review

The SonicGear TWS6 true wireless speaker is the company’s totally wire-free Bluetooth stereo speaker system. It’s perhaps not as cool as truly wire-free headphones, but these speakers are still a really nice way to position…

Bike Sharing Suffers Setback

If you haven’t heard, bike-sharing operator oBike announced on Monday their exit from Singapore, blaming tough regulations imposed by our Land Transport Authority (LTA). Instead of winding down business on good terms, oBike went into…