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Snippets: 13 May 2013

Singapore’s defence, U.S. cyberwar strategies, save money on tech

Singapore has enjoyed 45 years of National Service and is looking forward to celebrate 48 years of sovereignty  Are there signs that Singaporeans are beginning to take security for granted? U.S. is indulging in cyberwarfare and a good portion of its work is done by outsourced providers. While this can be an easy solution to the a new battlefront, there

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Snippets: 11 April 2013

Singapore’s baby campaigns, Microsoft hauls Google to EC, perspectives of rape in India

Singapore wants more babies, but is it doing it right? Microsoft hauls Google to the European Commission together with 14 other companies for antitrust concerns which is somewhat familiar for the former. Rape in India is a far more complex topic than the media have portrayed it to be. Here’s an in depth look at a problematic social issue. Diablo 3

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Snippets: 27 February 2013

Oscar VFX protests, Google vs. Samsung, Understanding the harlem shake

Have you often thought that most visuals you saw in movies were fake? Well, yes they are. However, VFX artists are protesting against the decision to cut off a thank you speech directed at them during the Oscars yesterday. Maybe these guys should start getting the credit they deserve. Google and Samsung are supposedly best

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Technology’s Future

This week’s CES, the rumblings about the direction of Google vs. Microsoft and the already beaten to death topic of Apple vs. Samsung has reignited some thoughts of technology and its general direction. There are many people who portray the future differently. Some will have you believe that we will have flying cars or maybe

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