Submitted by klim@a1 on Mon, 2016-09-19 18:07
You probably won't look at Pokemon creatures the same way again after you've seen this.
Californian-based artist Tamtamdi has created a series of illustrations - over 250 of them - of how Pokemons would look like if they were humans.
According to the artist, each illustration takes about an hour to make. The drawings feature characters including Pikachu, Lapras, Charizard, and even Lugia.
Submitted by jonsilva@a1 on Wed, 2016-09-14 12:56
A new smaller and lighter PlayStation 4 (PS4) console will be available on Saturday, priced at $449 for the 500GB version, and $499 for the 1TB model.
It has about 30 per cent less volume than its predecessor and, at 2.1kg, is about 700g lighter.
While it retains the parallelogram profile of the original, which was released in 2013, its corners are now rounded and the console looks less angular overall.
Submitted by grongloh@a1 on Tue, 2016-09-13 14:03
Samsung's had a public relations nightmare with news of fire-prone batteries in the Note 7 model, but one expert told CNBC that the South Korean electronics giant ought to focus on just getting three things right.
1. Forget the Note S7, focus on the upcoming Galaxy S8
The Samsung Galaxy S8, the smartphone maker's next flagship model, is widely expected to be introduced late-February based on historical launch dates of Samsung products.
Submitted by nithiyat@a1 on Fri, 2016-09-09 15:24
The reveal seemed lacking.
While the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus boasts some new technology, it doesn't bring new experiences to the table.
What happened to design changes that would make the phone even easier to hold, grip or use? It looks almost the same.
At least the price tag on the phone isn't a big mark-up from the 6S.
Worse still, the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack hasn't been taken well.
Submitted by nithiyat@a1 on Fri, 2016-09-09 15:10
Early yesterday morning, the latest iPhone was unveiled.
Viewers of the livestream of the Apple event were either pleasantly surprised, or furious at some of the new features introduced in the new iPhone 7.
We take you through the features we feel you're going to love, and the ones you're going to hate.
4 THINGS YOU WILL LOVE
1. iPhone has a new black
The iPhone 7 will be sold in two new shades of black.
Submitted by sinsh@a1 on Tue, 2016-09-06 16:34
SINGAPORE - Comex 2016 starts on Thursday (Sept 8), and shoppers are bound to find plenty of great deals at the annual technology show.
But with the show spanning three levels at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, it may not be that easy to keep track of all the great bargains to be found.
Submitted by sinsh@a1 on Thu, 2016-09-01 14:41
SINGAPORE - Pokemon Go has been unleashed on players in Singapore for nearly a month now, and we've seen the lengths that some gamers go to to catch 'em all.
Submitted by candicec@a1 on Wed, 2016-08-24 18:11
You could say I am a pioneer in all things Netflix.
I can't remember how I discovered it, but I started watching it back in 2012. It was an amazing discovery that led me to cut the cord on my StarHub cable TV subscription that year.
Submitted by sinsh@a1 on Thu, 2016-08-11 13:00
Pokemon GO has been available in Singapore for a mere 5 days (4 full days, if you want to be exact), but it has already become an integral part of conversations on media and among Singaporeans.
Scrolling through my feeds on various social media these days is just an extension of the Pokemon GO craze, and even the most 'un-gamer' friends and acquaintances I have seem to be showing off their catches of the day.
Submitted by minlee@a1 on Sat, 2016-08-06 18:32
As the Pokemon Go phenomenon sweeps the globe, we eagerly await the game-changing app to be made available in Singapore. We arm you with a beginner's guide to becoming a Pokemon Master
PICK YOUR STARTERS
Your first step to becoming a Pokemon Master is to pick your starter Pokemon. You are given three options, the grass-type Bulbasaur, fire-type Charmander and water-type Squirtle - each with its own appeal. Series mascot Pikachu is also available as a starter through a secret method.