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One Thursday morning, project manager Lim Chia Chiang, 34, waited at a jetty with four colleagues from Singapore engineering company Hope Technik.
One Thursday morning, project manager Lim Chia Chiang, 34, waited at a jetty with four colleagues from Singapore engineering company Hope Technik.
It is hard not to stare at French swimmer Frederick Bousquet's body. Not because it is lean and muscular as one would expect of a top athlete, but because it is covered in tattoos.
By now, you probably know that dozens of celebrities have had their intimate pictures splashed all over the Internet by hackers. Some people have pointed the finger at Apple’s iCloud service, though details of the alleged security breach remain vague. While Apple and the FBI investigate the hacking, here’s what you can do to ensure that your photos stay secure on your phone.
Wearable technology is all the rage these days.
Photo-sharing service Instagram has announced a new free app called Hyperlapse, which lets users create time-lapse videos easily on their mobile devices.
At its Gamescom 2014 press conference, Sony announced that it had sold more than 10 million PlayStation 4 consoles globally since it was launched last November.
There is something professional photographers probably never tell you. Bracketing, that is. TREVOR TAN shows you how to utilise this technique to reduce the possibility of taking a “bad” photograph.
Visit Sentosa and you may just see Arthur Kor performing tricks at Wave House, effortlessly manoeuvring his board on the machine-generated waves.
Cloud services like Gmail, Box and Evernote allow users to back up items to online storage services, so that they can also be accessed from another computer or device at a later time.
Like many athletes, national sprinter Gary Yeo performs a certain routine before every competition.