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'Anonymous' threatens Singapore government in YouTube video
A video uploaded to YouTube for a short period on Thursday afternoon shows someone claiming to be part of the international hacker group "Anonymous" warning that the group may carry out a cyber attack on the Singapore government. It said its objective is to protest the MDA's new online licensing framework, as well as call on the government to "stop feigning ignorance and serve the people".
Singapore woman dies in Hawaii in suspected murder-suicide
A 33-year-old Singaporean woman living in Hawaii with her American husband was found dead in her home, and is believed to be victim of a murder-suicide. Her 40-year-old husband, who is being held in hospital, is suspected of shooting her and then turning the gun on himself.
Shocking video reveals PhotoShop trickery
Don't be fooled by the photographs you see splashed across glossy magazines -- many of these are unrecognisable transformations from people who look completely different, as this shocking video shows.
The top 10 countries for expats
According to a global survey of expats, Thailand has emerged as the best place for reinventing one's life, and provides the best quality of life for a foreigner. In addition, Asia has been ranked as the world's top region to relocate to, with five of the top 10 countries listed.
'US taps links to Google, Yahoo data centers'
The Washington Post reported on Wednesday that the US National Security Agency has tapped into key communications links from the global data centers of tech giants Yahoo and Google. The report said the program can collect data at will from hundreds of millions of user accounts, including from Americans.