Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'internet'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Cars
    • General Car Discussion
    • Tips and Resources
  • Aftermarket
    • Accessories
    • Performance and Tuning
    • Cosmetics
    • Maintenance & Repairs
    • Detailing
    • Tyres and Rims
    • In-Car-Entertainment
  • Car Brands
    • Japanese Talk
    • Conti Talk
    • Korean Talk
    • American Talk
    • Malaysian Talk
    • China Talk
  • General
    • Motorsports
    • Meetups
    • Complaints
  • Sponsors
    • Products & Services
  • Non-Car Related
    • Lite & EZ
    • Makan Corner
    • Travel & Road Trips
    • Football Channel
    • Hobbies
    • Healthcare & Wellness
    • Property Buzz
    • Investment & Financial Matters
  • MCF Forum Related
    • Official Announcements
    • Feedback & Suggestions
    • FAQ & Help
    • Testing


  • MyAutoBlog

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



Found 95 results

  1. Was talking to my fren who work in gov IT . they anticipating 5th nov to be a busy week. He say gov wide should be preparing for it like last year. so far no news from papers yet, the anon group also still quiet never release video. My coy IT dept like bochup and I already forgot about it until my fren say. LOL. Wonder gov will say anything and haolian they ready or not. Frankly I rather they just STFU, else wait kena hack again malu.
  2. SGMCF328

    This influencer kym?

    Mysterious back and front view Small built Very nimble Have fashion sense Strong sense of safety Enjoy sun and water Love camping and music Willing to do housework (but afraid of robot) And appreciate worklife balance This ebiflife cute or not? I personally think she is. 😄
  3. World Internet Speed Record Is Now 178,000 Gbps source: https://www.lowyat.net/2020/219707/world-internet-speed-record-178-tbps/ A research team at the University College London (UCL) has recently set a world record for the fastest Internet speed in the world. Done in collaboration with Xtera and KDDI Research, the effort was led by Dr Lidia Galdino who is a lecturer at the university’s Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and also a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow. Said to be a fifth faster than the previous record, the data transmission speed that the UCL research team managed to achieve is 178 Terabits per second (Tbps) which is equivalent to 178,000 Gigabits per second (Gbps). To put things into perspective, that is around 2 million times faster than the average fixed broadband download speed in Malaysia for July 2020, according to Ookla Speedtest Global Index. According to the announcement by UCL, its research team was able to achieve the insane speed level by transmitting data using a much larger bandwidth than what a typical optical fibre has. As a comparison, the researches utilise a bandwidth of 16.8THz while the current implementation ranges from 4.5 to 9THz. Interesting enough, UCL pointed out that the technique used to achieve the world record can be implemented in existing infrastructure just by upgrading the amplifiers within optical fibre routes at 40 to 100km intervals. In fact, the university claimed that it is way more affordable to perform the upgrade instead of installing new optical fibres. Now, don’t forget that this speed record was achieved inside a lab. So, many things need to be addressed first before we can see the technique being adopted by the industry but nevertheless, it is always good to see researchers kept on trying to push technology boundaries further.
  4. RickyWee

    End of Internet Explorer

    https://mothership.sg/2020/08/internet-explorer/ Microsoft to end Internet Explorer by Aug. 17, 2021 Tech-giant Microsoft has announced on Aug. 17 that it will gradually stop supporting its web browser Internet Explorer (IE). According to the Microsoft 365 blog, Microsoft Teams web app will stop supporting IE 11 from Nov. 30, 2020. The remaining Microsoft 365 apps and services will stop supporting IE 11 from Aug. 17, 2021, about one year from now. Replacing IE will be the Microsoft Edge, which is more similar to Google Chrome as it is based on Google's Chromium open-source project. This new browser also supports Chrome browser extensions and have the features that you find on Google Chrome. Microsoft users will instead transit to a new Microsoft Edge browser. The Edge browser will be part of the new devices and future Windows feature updates. The Microsoft 365 blog explained that the new Edge browser will provide a better online experience: "Customers have been using IE 11 since 2013 when the online environment was much less sophisticated than the landscape today. Since then, open web standards and newer browsers—like the new Microsoft Edge—have enabled better, more innovative online experiences." Internet Explorer was released 25 years ago, in August 1995. It was once the most-used web browser globally, with 95 per cent user share in 2003. With the rise of other alternatives such as Firefox and Google Chrome, Internet Explorer began losing its dominance, BBC reported in 2010.
  5. RadX

    MyRepublic Vs Whizzcomms

    My Starhub ending soon...gonna kick them out...no bloody loyalty Need user experience and feedback on these 2. Anyone on them? can give FR? thanks all
  6. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/click-and-buy-a-hyundai-car-online-from-friday Buy your next car in the same way that you do with veggies and DVDs? Actually I bought my car in Oz online more than 10 years ago, and saved $8000. So I am already a supporter. If there are substantials savings, and everything is in black and white, why not? Plus you don't need to see the 'face color' of the sales rep, and if you are in another country, you won't be charged more due to any racial bias and you can choose all specs according to your needs.
  7. Passion

    VERY SLOW internet connection

    anybody using singnet here?Do you experience slow in connection except connecting to singnet DNS?I got slow connection to sgcarmart and can't even connect to blog.why is this so?
  8. Luckcent

    Internet tv or Android tv

    Hi All, Its time to retire my old television and to get a new set. There are so many on sale with all kinds of features. So which set is better to use , Internet tv or Android tv ? Why so?
  9. Kb27

    Net neutrality

    Interesting scoop on what's happening in USA. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-31638528
  10. Which gives the best and most user-friendly performance? Also, I heard that G. Chrome got no Java thingy. True?
  11. Where to find above? thank you you
  12. It’s Official: Singapore Second Most Internet Addicted In The World http://vulcanpost.com/42511/singaporeans-most-addicted-internet/ Singapore and India have finally found one thing in common. Over half of the citizens in both the countries can’t spend half a day, or 12 hours, without the internet. The survey was done by Tata Communications, the mobile and internet service-providing arm of the biggest Indian conglomerate, Tata Industries. According to the study, Indians are slightly ahead with 54% Indians becoming net-addicted, beating Singapore’s 52% with a thin margin. Tata Communications, which owns both Tata Docomo and Tata Indicom, also found out that 43% Singaporeans spend at least 6 hours a day surfing the web. India beats this number also at a margin with 46% people spending 6 hours a day surfing internet. According to the survey, If internet is down, the average time they can wait for the service to resume is 7.3 hours. They seem more resilient compared to 25% of Americans who can not survive for 5 hours without the internet. The survey also looks at the value of an internet connection to Singaporeas. While 27% Singaporeans would give up TV, and 20% would give up chocolates in favour of internet, a whopping 38% Singaporeans would give up alcohol to have an internet connection. The last one is certainly a relief. 82% of Singaporeans also believes that the best feature of internet is to connect people globally while just 5% believe it gives a democratic channel for freedom of speech However, people are not as internet educated as you might expect. 62% Singaporeans think internet has unlimited capacity (and the ISPs are not giving them enough bandwidth) while 69% think world wide web and internet are the same thing. Both are popular mistakes. These aren’t the only misconceptions, as survey shows that 2 out of every 3 French don’t know internet ‘resides’ in the data centres. The implications of this study is worrying. When a part of technology, which doesn’t always add value, should not become this integrated into any life. In fact, this addiction has given us a new word, FOMO or “Fear Of Missing Out”. Believe it or not, 80% or every 4 out of 5 internet-using Indians are suffering from this. In another survey, Tata Communications also find out that, 64% of respondents admit to ‘Fear of Missing Out’ (FOMO), with 80% of Asian respondents displaying negative emotions when not connected to the Internet. Where is this trend taking us? With smartphones, smartwatches, computers, laptops, tablets, phablets, digitally connected doorbells to toaster ovens (it could happen soon), will we soon justify the weird sci-fi movies where everything is connected and human are implanted with chips to be organically connected? Will the whole human race be connected and controlled by some network of megacomputers? When you think about it, we’re not so far away.
  13. i usually would keep those of the above that tastefully created by the author for a reason. Feel free to share any of the above you found on the internet.
  14. Jj5599

    Internet cafe?

    In town area, are there any business centres or internet cafe thing (not the noisy places where games are played) where I can use my laptop with wireless internet connection? Thanks
  15. About us: iClick Media is an Internet Marketing company specializing in Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media Marketing (SMM), Web Design & Web Analytics. We are the preferred choice of many organisations in varying industries for our Internet Marketing strategies and solutions. Digital Marketing Agency In Singapore - iClick Media Have you always had the impression that using the Internet to connect to the millions of potential customers is very tough and more often than not, a very expensive and energy sapping experience? Not to mention, you may have heard many stories of how your friends and business associates who have been ripped off by unethical companies. Established since 2009, iClick Media is an ISO-Certified Digital Marketing company in Singapore. We are also proud to share that we are one of the rare few online marketing companies in Singapore that has achieved both the Google and Yahoo/Bing Certified Partner status in Singapore. As one of the market leaders in the Digital Advertising industry, we curently employ over 30 staff in Singapore and Indonesia. At the present moment, we have 2 offices in Singapore and 1 in Jakarta (Indonesia). Our headquarters is at MacPherson Road and we also have a full-fledged photo studio at Kallang Place. This allows our photographer to capture the necessary still images/moving footages to be used on our clients’ website, Social Media platforms, Advertising channels and etc. We specialise in : Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Social Media Marketing (SMM) Web Design Web Development Web Analytics Travel Systems Customised Web Application Online Reputation Management (ORM) Photography Services Videography Services Copywriting Services Graphic Design Logo Design We are the preferred choice of many organisations in various industries for our Internet Marketing strategies and solutions. Our esteemed clienteles are from sectors such as Government, Banking, Airlines, Travel, Medical, Education, Commercial, Industrial & etc. Our team has extensive experience in helping companies achieve a highly favorable Return-On-Investment (ROI) through qualitative tracking and reporting, and then mining these data to better enhance the overall marketing campaign performance. Each member of our team is required to pass the Google Advertising Professional exam. We believe that your time is very important, especially in this competitive business environment. Therefore, we're proud to say that our team of professional Internet Marketing specialists will value the time given to us and bring you unparallel success through advertising with us. To find out how you can increase your turnover, Request for a Proposal to get more information from our digital consultants. Website Design & Development Are you looking for a brilliant, creative & cost-effective web design team? iClick Media can help to get your web portal up & running in weeks. From the initial brain storming of website design concepts, copywriting of text, photography services & finally to the delivering of the completed project to you. We are your answer. Search Engine Optimization Ever wondered why some websites get listed in the top few pages of the natural results page of search engines? Is it by chance that their websites appear there? It's not. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can help you to achieve a desirable ranking in the SERPs. We'll be happy to sit down and discuss with you, over coffee. Social Media Marketing Social Media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are more than just leisure websites. Find out how you can utilise these platforms to connect with your target audience, even better, get them to promote your products & service. After all, what's better than a referral from a friend? 800 million active users cannot be ignored. Our Clients: We, the iClickers, have a strong local insights and a solid international perspective. We work with some of the leading marketers in the region such as UOB, Singapore Airlines, NTU, Santa Fe, Pacific Healthcare, just to name a few. Contact Us iClick Media Pte Ltd. (Singapore HQ) 246 MacPherson Road, #02-01 Betime Building Singapore 348578 Tel: (65) 6362 0123 Fax: (65) 6362 0041 www.iclickmedia.com.sg iClick Media (Photo Studio) 30 Kallang Place, #04-18 Singapore 339159
  16. Neutrino

    Internet Banking

    When you transfer money by internet banking or pay a bill by internet banking, nowadays you have a dewberry or token or whatever the piece of kit is called which generates a number which has to be included in the transaction for the payment to go ahead. How does this 'token' work. How is the number generated and how is it verified by the bank???
  17. Ahgongwolve

    Fav Internet Radio

    Share yours... SKY Radio Love songs
  18. Some of us might had reservation about the extensive use of computers and digital media in today's classrooms. A recent OECD report confirms this: Computers 'do not improve' pupil results - latest OECD report warned. The OECD's education director Andreas Schleicher says school technology had raised "too many false hopes.. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34174796 The report also mentioned: Students who use computers very frequently at school get worse resultsStudents who use computers moderately at school, such as once or twice a week, have "somewhat better learning outcomes" than students who use computers rarelyThe results show "no appreciable improvements" in reading, mathematics or science in the countries that had invested heavily in information technology.High achieving school systems such as South Korea and Shanghai in China have lower levels of computer use in school.Singapore, with only a moderate use of technology in school, is top for digital skills
  19. Ysc3

    Internet termination fees

    anyone facing fees problems when your broadband internet contract reaches maturity? eg, I had to pay a termination fee to SH when my contract matured ... but they waived it after they called me. what about the subscription fee following the maturity of your contract ? eg, special fee of $40 (after 60% discount) but last day is 31 Mar ... then when you bill come for Apr, you find out they started billing you for the full rate of $100/mth. I am still waiting for my SH bill to see because I did lapse a few days after the maturity as I was waiting for the landline to be ported.
  20. http://www.boredpanda.com/photoshop-eiffel-tower-tourist-photo-sid-frisjes/ This Guy go ask for Internet expert to photoshop eifeltower under his finger and the end result come out so funny. He asking for the impossible and that's what he get. Haha
  21. IT security company Vantage Point highlights three wireless routers, including the Zhone GPON router used by ISP ViewQwest, that have "critical vulnerabilities" allowing hackers to become a network administrator with "relatively low effort". The vulnerability was also flagged by SingCERT. SINGAPORE: "Critical vulnerabilities" were found to exist in three brands of wireless routers sold in the country, according to security company Vantage Point and confirmed by Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team (SingCERT). At least one Internet Service Provider (ISP) has acknowledged the issue and is working to fix the vulnerability. In a blogpost on Tuesday (Feb 24), Vantage Point's Senior Security Consultant Lyon Yang highlighted "critical vulnerabilities" in three brands of routers - Zhone, Aztech and Asus. These vulnerabilities "allow an attacker to become at least a network administrator, and in most cases also gain a remote root shell, with relatively low effort", he said. It added that there were several "proof-of-concept exploits" developed based on the vulnerabilities. In other words, the researcher created possible exploits, but there are no known attacks by hackers on affected customers so far. "There are many routers with many different kinds of firmware on the market. The problem is that when the firmware is developed in-house by the vendor, security is often an afterthought," Mr Yang told Channel NewsAsia via email. "Based on our research, up to 32,000 subscribers in Singapore may be affected by the vulnerabilities discovered so far," he added. An advisory was posted on the SingCERT's website on Wednesday evening, confirming the vulnerability. "It is reported that a few routers that may have been provided by Singapore ISPs are found to contain vulnerabilities or insecure configuration," it stated. WORKING TO OBTAIN FIX: VIEWQWEST Vantage Point also highlighted that "thousands of ViewQwest users to be particularly vulnerable". Mr Yang wrote that they use the Zhone GPON router with a "statically assigned Internet Protocol (IP) address with all default services exposed on the Internet". Based on the vulnerability, it is possible to compromise these routers "at will" and hackers may obtain the subscriber's name and residential address. They may also install malware or manipulate the user's network traffic, according to the blogpost. In response to Channel NewsAsia's questions, ViewQwest Chief Operating Officer Chris Williams acknowledged that there is a known security vulnerability with some models of Zhone routers. He added that besides the proof-of-concept testing done by "two concerned customers", none of its other customers have reported issues with the vulnerability. The COO added only "a minority" of its customers "use an affected router in a way which is susceptible to the vulnerability identified". "We have been working with the vendor to obtain a fix to the vulnerability in their affected routers. In the interim, we have been progressively remediating the problem via another method throughout our customer base. This work is still underway and is expected to be completed by the weekend.," Mr Williams said. Telco Singtel is another company that offers the Aztech router highlighted in Vantage Point's report, according to its website. Channel NewsAsia has gotten in touch with the other two manufacturers for comments on the vulnerabilities. Asked how consumers should protect themselves against the highlighted vulnerability, Mr Yang said: "The main issue is that too many default services are exposed over the wide area network (WAN) interface. Users should change the default passwords on the routers and disable WAN access." He added the exact details of the vulnerability will not be released unless the issues have been fixed, to prevent possible attacks from hackers. - CNA/kk
  22. Duckduck

    Retro Internet

    Anyone remember how the internet used to be?
  23. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/more-low-income/1385774.html I think personally this is a good policy to help low income especially in this day & age. Especially for the children. Wonder what the naysayer comments will be... lol.