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Navia Driverless Car Spotted In Singapore

08/19/2013, The city-state of Singapore might be spearheading another initiative to make other First World countries jealous – by the time 2015 arrives, driverless vehicles might not even warrant a second glance as it could very well be deemed as normal in...

Mini crab-like robot fights stomach cancer

02/02/2012, Robots are amazing creations, especially tiny ones that allow us to visit places that we would normally have trouble accessing. Some researchers in Singapore have managed to come up with a tiny robot designed to combat stomach cancer. Apparently the...

Salt used to increase hard drive storage capacity

10/17/2011, With the quality of our media on our computers getting larger (i.e. HD movies, Blu-ray rips, etc), and with the quality of our games going up and eating up more resources, we’re starting to need more and more hard disk space just to back everything up....

RFID tag system allows you to pay for your parking easily

08/03/2011, When it comes to entering paid car parks, sometimes the angle of the ticketing machine may be angled weirdly which will make it inconvenient for you to reach out and grab the ticket. Having to line up at the cashier or auto pay machine when you’re done...

Singapore National Service recruits to receive iPads this November

06/27/2011, It is compulsory for able-bodied males citizens and permanent residents to serve time in the National Service if you’re living in the city-state known as Singapore, and while the thought of actually entering the battlefield remains but a distant...

Kinect and iPhone brought together to 3D shooter

05/03/2011, Come on, let’s admit it; we all love seeing unholy unions (Android running on an iPhone or Windows phone device anyone?) and apparently so do the guys at Rockmoon in Singapore. The developers have recently come up with a prototype game that has the...

Singaporean schools to utilize iPads in the classroom

01/20/2011, A high school in Singapore has recently spent a buttload of cash ($103,430 to be approximate) for 150 iPads from Apple. Part of a pilot project to determine how useful iPads can be in the classroom, the iPads have been given out to children to take notes,...

Owner Offers $10k Reward For Asus M10 Phone Lost In Singapore

06/30/2010, It’s hard to determine whether this is a true plea for help, or a joke that someone’s trying to play, but a video has surfaced from a person who claims to have lost his Asus M10 phone in Singapore. Why would most folks care? Apparently...

Square-shaped Nokia X5 Goes Live In Singapore

06/14/2010, Cell phone manufacturers recently seem to have a thing for square-shaped cell phones, as evidenced by the Motorola FLIPOUT and Mirosoft’s KIN One. Nokia isn’t one to be left out, as it has just launched its X5 in Singapore, a square-shaped...

Samsung Apps Released For Various Countries

01/18/2010, Mobile application stores are all the rage these days, and now Samsung has announced the expansion of its application store, Samsung Apps. By late January, folks who are living in Singapore, Germany, Brazil and China and own an Omnia II or OmniaLITE will...