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Terence Ang male Former Supervising Editor for HWM, HardwareZone.com & GameAxis

Terence Ang used to be the Supervising Editor for the New Media division in Singapore, where he worked with the editorial teams behind HardwareZone.com and HWM the magazine. In that role, he looked at ways the teams in Singapore can collaborate with the Editors in Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand. Terence is currently the Product Manager but contributes to the blog section whenever he can (or finds something interesting to talk about).

Terence Ang

In the world of consumer electronics, there are two major shows -- CES in Las Vegas in January, and IFA in Berlin every September. How do journalists know that what was previewed in CES will be ready to market at IFA in time for Christmas? Well, the annual IFA Global Press Conference, that's what.

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It used to be that the Last Mile dictates the final leg of communications between the service provider and the consumer. What about the Last Stretch?

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At the 2011 IFA Global Press Conference in Alicante, Spain, DisplaySearch talked about the impact of the Tohoku quake on flat displays' supply chains. We share with you some of the more crucial highlights.

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Filming a documentary with a DSLR/hybrid camera can be cumbersome and taxing on the individual, especially when you want to shoot multiple angles or capture different audio sources, but with most cameras now featuring 1080 24p video recording and in-built mic jacks, you can get away with a lot more when making your film, and not get questioning stares in public.

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Recently, upon my return from the 50th IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Germany, I begin to marvel at how we've often ignored the technologies that have to work with 'wet or organic elements' such as the washing machine, coffee machines, microwave ovens and of course, the electric shaver. Probably one of the reasons why they're often overlooked is because they're so attached to us (sometimes literally), that we would see them as an integral always-on element in our lives.

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