10 things to know about Android 10

Android 10 is here! With this release, the Android team focused on making your everyday life easier with features powered by on-device machine learning, as well as supporting new technologies like Foldables and 5G. At the same time, with almost…

New AI-powered Google Doodle lets you create melodies with legendary composer Bach

Google introduced its first-ever Google Doodle powered by Artificial Intelligence in honor of one of the greatest composers of all time – Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach is an accomplished musician and composer during the Baroque period of the 18th century…

Google releases TensorFlow 2.0 Alpha

Just a week back, Google announced the alpha for Tensor Flow 2.0 at the TensorFlow Developer Summit.   This new iteration is designed to ease the building and training with Keras and eager, with simpler APIs and flexibility on deployment.…

Googles new Lunar New Year Doodle lets you play with shadow puppetry

Google introduces a fun new experiment in their annual Lunar New Year Doodle, letting you play around with shadow puppetry with any webcam.     Recognizing Hand Gestures Using the Google’s own open-source machine learning framework, TensorFlow, a model was…

Google shares 5 tips to safely shop online this Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year is just around the corner. It’s that time of the year when many Singaporeans refresh their wardrobes, stock up on new year goodies, and pick out new furniture in preparation for the house visits to come.…

Review of the Google Pixel 3

When the Google Pixel 3 was launched, everyone’s attention was on the new Pixel 3 XL, leaving the smaller variant Pixel 3 neglected. Similar to the Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel 3 aims to provide the kind of “Google Experience”…

Pixel 3’s Night Sight tested (steady hands not guaranteed)

A month into the release of the Pixel 3, the highly anticipated “Night Sight” feature dropped in through an update. This feature caught headlines due to Google’s fascinating implementation as covered previously. But how does it perform in practice in…

Travelling kept simple with the Pixel 3

After letting the Pixel 3 XL’s mature for several months, the majority of its bugs disappeared and it comfortably became my daily driver. But how does it perform when it came to travelling overseas? On top of not getting lost and…

Android’s Digital Wellbeing features are subtlety handy

Android 9 cames with several handy upgrades, but one that isn’t as well known is its “Digital Wellbeing” that is hidden in the settings. Here are some useful tips you should know about it.   Easy to understand Dashboard Understand…

Singaporeans prepares for 5 weeks before Chinese New Year based on Google

Chinese New Year is one of the largest festive holidays in Singapore celebrated by the ethnic Chinese community who make up 76.1% of Singapore population. New research has shown that 65% of Singaporeans went online to prepare for this 15-day…

Google Flights launches in Singapore

Monday, December 17, 2018 — Can’t decide if it’s cheaper to travel to Osaka or Taiwan? Starting today, Google Flights will be rolling out on Google Search to make it easier for Singaporeans to find travel inspiration and search for the best available…

How the Google Pixel 3’s Night Sight is changing the landscape of night photography
Night photography has always been troublesome for smartphone owners. Photos often turn out either too blurry or dark, and can ruin the capturing of the moment. With many smartphone manufacturers opting for more cameras in their devices, Google stuck with…
Oh Pixel 3 XL, I will miss my time with you
  Same Same, But Different Colors: Just Black, Not Pink, and Clearly White (left to right) Back with the same color-naming humor, also Google moved forward by making several small iterations to how the Pixel 3 XL looks. On the…
Google Family Link is now available in more regions and to more kids

By Paulo Golgher, Director, Kids and Families, Google Parents tell us that they want their kids to experience the best of what tech has to offer and develop a healthy relationship with technology, which is why we launched the ​Family…

The Debug Project uses AI to get rid of dengue-carrying mosquitoes

There is no doubt that mosquitoes are one of the world’s most hated insects, and is arguably the most deadliest. With many projects and initiatives around, one that stood out is The Debug Project with its rather fitting name. Born from the…