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When she was a teenager, Andrea Francke attended Schnupperstudium, or “Taster Week”—an event aimed at high-school girls to give them a taste of what it’s like to study computer science and work in the industry. That moment changed the course of her life. “As a teenager, Schnupperstudium was a game changer for me. That’s when I …

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Google’s smart glasses never really took off despite strong initial interest from the public. GovTech’s Mr Ng Yong Kiat shares why he thinks smart glasses technology deserves a second shot. When Google first announced its head-mounted display—the Google Glass—in 2012, it clearly caught the eye of the mass consumer market. The promotional video for the …

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Earlier this week, Google ceased rolling out services for the Chinese smartphone company Huawei in order to comply with the orders of the US government. This is due to the existing trade war between the countries involved. This isn’t limited to Google — US tech firms like Intel and Qualcomm also stopped providing hardware to …

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Google I/O 2019 kicked off around last May 7-9, 2019 at Shoreline Ampitheater in Mountain View, California. As usual, the annual developer conference brings good news to the tech lover, since this means new devices, software, and other innovations to watch out for. Here are some unveiling highlights which may pique your interest. Affordable Pixel …

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With the previous Pixel models leaving a striking impression, many are excited for the release of Google’s Pixel 3A, which marks the company’s entry to the midrange segment of the market. Pixel 3A retails for US$399 for the 5.6-inch variant, a sharp difference relative to models in the premium range. The question is, did Pixel …

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