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Sci-fi might soon become a reality.
No Google apps, but more than 200 people still queued up to get Huawei’s Mate 30 phones at the Singapore launch
The first person in line queued up 11 hours just to buy a phone for his wife.
After letting just 200 people in, Huawei is finally releasing more Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro units in Singapore
Only 500 people will get to buy a Huawei Mate 30 or Huawei Mate 30 Pro at the launch event at Somerset.
M1 is working on a S$24 million testbed to improve road safety – and a 5G network for hot pot restaurant Haidilao customers
Customers at Haidilao's new Marina Square restaurant will get to play virtual and augmented reality games in a special "5G experience corner".
Here’s our honest review of Playmade’s cocoa milk tea with mala pearls and wasabi milk tea with wasabi pearls
Do you consider wasabi milk tea and mala pearls a trick or a treat?
In response to these concerns, IMDA said the ambient level of radio frequency radiation in Singapore was "very low".
TPG Telecom responds to study on lagging mobile speeds, says its overall network optimisation not completed yet
The telco is still in its trial phase, TPG Singapore's general manager said.
TPG Telecom users experience slower downloads and uploads compared to Singtel, StarHub and M1, study claims
TPG might be losing out in mobile speeds, but they're catching up in video experiences.
Malaysian telco RedONE just launched in Singapore – and it’s offering 3GB plans for S$8 that you can use in M’sia too
The brand claims the average consumer only uses around 3GB of data a month - which would cost them just S$8.