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Opinion
 
Not long ago, a colleague sent me an e-mail that screamed: "I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU HAVEN'T PLAYED WASTELAND!" and included a link to download the game, which was released in 1988.
Not long ago, a colleague sent me an e-mail that screamed: "I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU HAVEN'T PLAYED WASTELAND!" and included a link to download the game, which was released in 1988.
American blockbuster TV shows have started airing in Singapore sooner on pay TV channels - sometimes, as swiftly as within 24 hours of being shown in the United States - and people here have online piracy to thank for this.
The best camera is the one you have in your hand. Sadly, that is why my two-year-old Sony DSLR-like camera has been sitting in my camera cabinet.
Even though I have been a Windows user my whole life, something prompted me to try out the competition.
It may sound like small change, but StarHub stirred the hornet's nest two weeks ago when it said it would start charging its 4G customers an extra $2.14 every month from June.
SOCCER fans up in arms over the high price of $112 they have to pay to watch the World Cup this year are asking: Why? And can it change?
What happens when you gather more than 300 journalists from all over the world at an exotic Turkish resort complete with a fully lit 18-hole golf course, heated swimming pool and spas galore?
There is a parallel universe that exists in the world of Big Data. Where cloud-based servers, in-memory technology and ambient intelligence abound.
A few weeks ago, a friend posted a minor social network rant that caught my eye.