Intel Security Study Reveals 40 Percent of Singapore Travelers Will Risk Using An Unsecured Wi-Fi Connection

Intel Security Study Reveals 40 Percent of Singapore Travelers Will Risk Using An Unsecured Wi-Fi Connection Email, Geo-Tagging and Social Media Activities Can Jeopardize Consumers’ Security While Travelling   NEWS HIGHLIGHTS ·       The survey challenges a misconception that millennials are least…

1 IN 3 SINGAPOREAN TEENS HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE WITH CYBERBULLYING, ACCORDING TO NEW McAFEE “2014 TEENS AND THE SCREEN STUDY”

1 IN 3 SINGAPOREAN TEENS HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE WITH CYBERBULLYING, ACCORDING TO NEW McAFEE “2014 TEENS AND THE SCREEN STUDY” Singapore youth expose their location and personal data online, with half believing posted content can be deleted eventually SINGAPORE –…

iPad Mini is overtaking usual sized iPad’s sales numbers

Many have thought that the iPad Mini will sell better than the usual sized iPad because of its size and much affordable price tag. There have always been rumors that iPad Mini will sooner or later overtake the sale numbers of usual iPad,…

Asus Padfone 2 Review

“Asus Padfone 2 that transforms to a tablet when you need the  extra real estate” ASUS has come back to re-innovate again with the release of the successor to the previous Padfone which was a genius concept at that time. However, the…

[Technical Overview] UEFI VS Traditional BIOS Boot : What it means to you?

Overview This article researches into the advent of vulnerabilities within Operating System boot processes. Specifically, the document focuses on the BIOS and UEFI boot processes and the vulnerabilities found within the implementations. The document then explains why the UEFI boot…

A second look at Apple iPhone 5’s new connector

Changing from a 30pin connector to a 8 pin connector, Apple claims that a smaller and shorter connector will improve design with the iPhone 5, making it thinner and allowing it to accomodate more hardware within the same chassis. However,…