• From condoms to booze, Singaporeans searched for these items the most during circuit breaker measures

    Sex. Dining. Entertainment.

    These are the three main activities Singaporeans are possibly partaking in while their time until the recently imposed Circuit Breaker to end.

    The measure by the Singaporean government to flatten the coronavirus curve went into effect on April 7 and will run until May 4.

    As 5.6 million dwellers of Lion City remain indoors, away from the virus which is also called COVID-19, there’s been some trends on the items they’ve been searching online.

    Southeast Asian meta-search website operator, iPrice Group released their findings and boy, some of the searches were rather surprising to a certain extent.

    Condoms were on the list.

    Love during the time of coronavirus. IMAGE: Cleo.

    While healthcare products such as vitamin C, face masks, and hand sanitizers dominated the majority of the searches, condoms were searched 67 percent more frequently in the week of March 23.

    iPrice believes that the

  • iOS 13.4.1 Update Will Fix FaceTime Bug For iPhones And iPads

    Communication tools have become more important than ever, where due to the coronavirus outbreak, people are being forced to self-isolate where they are now working and studying from home. This means that being able to chat with your friends and loved ones is crucial, especially in maintaining your mental health.

    This is why it might have been a bit alarming when the other day, Apple’s latest iOS update seemingly broke FaceTime on older iPhones and iPads. The good news is that if you’re an iOS user, it looks like Apple has since issued a new update in the form of iOS 13.4.1 that has restored FaceTime functionality on older devices.

    For those who are unfamiliar, basically when Apple issued the iOS 13.4 update, it caused FaceTime to stop working when trying to connect with older iPhones and iPads that were still running iOS 9. There were some concerns when

  • Snapchat releases a cool feature that shows what happens to your money when you scan it

    We should all play a part in helping the world combat the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, pandemic in whatever way we can.

    We have already seen the Malaysian National Zoo allowing us to virtually adopt animals and Lazada has a new donation section that allows you to donate to prominent charity organizations in Malaysia.

    Now, it’s Snapchat’s turn to show how we can easily donate to organizations via a very cool feature.

    IMAGE: Snapchat

    Snapchat recently added a lens feature that provides information on how to contribute to the COVID-19 Immediate Response Efforts fund.

    The feature is available in 33 countries including Malaysia and Indonesia.

    All you need to do is scan a RM10 or IDR 50,000 note for Malaysia or Indonesia respectively and it will show you how your potential donation could support the fight against coronavirus.

    This includes tracking the spread of the coronavirus, supporting patients to

  • TCL 10 Pro, 10 5G, 10L Flagship Smartphones Announced

    When you think of smartphones, you might think of more mainstream brands such as Apple, Samsung, Huawei, LG, and so on. However, TCL has been making phones for quite a while now and the company has recently taken the wraps off its latest flagship smartphones in the form of the TCL 10 Pro, 10 5G, and 10L.

    Starting with the TCL 10 5G, you would think that a phone with 5G would be a high-end device, but interestingly enough, the TCL 10 5G is actually a mid-ranger. The phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 5G chipset, which will make the phone a bit more affordable for those who want 5G but don’t want to pay high-end flagship prices.

    The handset will also come with a 6.53-inch FHD+ display, a quad camera setup on the back which includes a 64MP main camera, a 118-degree ultra wide-angle camera, a

  • Malayan tiger becomes first animal in the US to be infected with coronavirus

    In a statement released by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) on April 5, 2020, a Malayan tiger by the name of ‘Nadia’ at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has become the first animal in the U.S. to test positive for the coronavirus.

    “Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo, has tested positive for COVID-19. She, her sister Azul, two Amur tigers, and three African lions had developed a dry cough and all are expected to recover,” the statement reads.

    She was diagnosed positive for the coronavirus by the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratory.

    Nadia may be the first tiger in the world to test positive for the coronavirus.

    A report by Reuters revealed that Nadia may be the first tiger in the world to test positive for the virus, according to Paul Calle, chief veterinarian of the Bronx Zoo.

  • Google Fi Temporarily Increases Data Cap For All Users

    To help people stay connected during this time of crisis, Google has announced that they will be temporarily increasing the data cap for its customers using its Google Fi service. The new data cap will now set at 30GB which is essentially double what Google Fi typically offers, and this will be applicable to all customers.

    As it stands, Google Fi has a couple of different plans for users. One is the Google Fi Flexible plan that offers 15GB of data. Once users hit that cap, their speeds will be slowed. Then there is also the Google Fi Unlimited plan, which in reality is capped at 22GB of data before they are also slowed down once they hit their limit.

    With Google increasing the data cap for its customers, those on the Flexible plan will get double, whilst those on the Unlimited plan get an extra 8GB, which we suppose