When it comes to Data Protection, most people don’t have a clue. Many do not take the time to perform regular backups (reserve copies of data) and far more have never even considered doing a backup. For me, this is very strange, silly even. Doing backups should be as natural as brushing your teeth twice a day. Especially in a world where the amount of information is constantly increasing, and its value is increasing further and further.
It's the last day of the IT Show 2016 and the deals are getting hotter than ever. With crowds expected to be at its peak today, there is a possibility that you might have trouble asking about that gadget that you have been eyeing. Not to worry though, because we've done our research on the hottest gadgets. Read on to find out more!
As we all know, Singaporeans have been much maligned over the past few years, ever since the telecoms made the decision to slash data down from 12 GB. Not to mention that mobile bills in Singapore are notorious for being among the most expensive in the world. However, with news of a fourth telecom soon to enter the fray, the current incumbents are scrambling to tie consumers up for the next two years with some jaw-dropping deals – and that means, good news for us!
Gone are the days when buying a brand new TV meant simply deciding which was comfortably best for watching reruns of Friends when kicking back on the couch, a can of beer in one hand and chips in the other. Back then, the average TV buyer would consider either LCD or plasma displays (latter non-existent since 2014, and now there’s… OLED! HDR! SUHD!), which size is best viewed from where you sit, and picture quality. Today, a TV is no mere dumb pipe for playing whatever’s on well, telly – you can now surf the internet, play games directly and of course, Netflix and chill.
We’ll bite: in a sea filled with ambiguously Teen and Mature-rated games, it’s hard to find a great game you can play with your kids, your folks, and your loved ones that isn’t filled to the brim with cussing, gore, and sexual themes.
Look deep enough, however, and you’ll find a small-but-meaty trove of titles that are not only accessible for even the most casual of audiences, but does not need a whole lot of setting up too. Whether they’re brand new or a few generations old, here’s a list of ten games (in no particular order) that puts the “F” in full family fun.
You might miss out on a flash sale if you do. It’s best to get a good brunch before doors open at 11am. In order to help you get the most for your dollar, we head out to scout some of the best areas to eat around the IT Show.
The IT Show is held at one of Singapore’s most accessible convention centres, Suntec City. With the IT Show spanning across three levels, you're going to need a good transport strategy to make sure you spend more time checking out the show and less time trying to get there. We bring you some top tips to make your way to the IT Show.