Klook launches Mobile Pass for Airport Express Train to drive Smart Tourism in Hong Kong

Klook Mobile Pass

Klook, Asia’s largest in-destination service booking platform announced today the rollout of their QR-code enabled Mobile Pass for Hong Kong Airport Express. The new feature will further bridge the ever-present gap between online and offline, offering travellers a more convenient way to access Hong Kong Airport Express. This marks a new milestone in Klook’s efforts, supported by

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Mobile gaming company Kunlun Group Limited acquires Grindr LLC


Kunlun Group Limited closed on its purchase of the remaining stake of Grindr LLC from founder Joel Simkhai.  Kunlun, one of the largest mobile gaming companies in the world, now has full ownership of the world’s largest gay social network. Joel Simkhai, the CEO and founder of Grindr, will exit the company, and Yahui Zhou,

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Acer launches world’s thinnest laptop – Swift 7

Acer Swift 7

Acer has announced their new Swift 7 that measures at only 8.98mm thin, making it the world’s thinnest laptop. It also comes with a built-in Intel XMM 4G LTE connectivity that allows the consumers to stay connected on-the-go. The Swift 7 is powered by the 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and runs on the

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LG to unveil three new work robots, CLOi, at CES 2018

CLOi Brand - LG Robots

LG is introducing three new concept robots specifically developed for commercial use at hotels, airports and supermarkets. These new robots represent LG’s commitment to expanding its business into a future growth engine based on its leading robotics technology. All part of LG’s new CLOi (pronounced KLOH-ee) robot brand, the Serving Robot, Porter Robot and Shopping

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Your CPUs may be vulnerable to data theft

In the latest advisory released by the Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team (SingCERT), it stated that “a group of researchers have found critical vulnerabilities dubbed “Meltdown” and “Spectre“, which affect desktop computers, smartphones, tablets and cloud services.” How do they work? Meltdown lets attackers bypass security protection to access data that is stored on your

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