Here are today's top five stories in case you missed them.
Is Singapore the world’s no.1 scariest country for dating?
It appears that Singapore is the scariest country for people to date in, according to a list by Cracked.com. Singapore is apparently scarier than Iceland and India among other in the list because of the matchmaking efforts done by our own government.
Flash floods strike Singapore
Flash floods strike Singapore on Thursday morning, hitting several parts in the west of the city-state and disrupting traffic. Places affected include Commonwealth, Queenstown and Clementi. The floods had also led to the closure of Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) between Clementi and East Coast Parkway (ECP).
Samsung launches Galaxy Gear smartwatch in Berlin
South Korean electronics giant Samsung unveiled its hotly anticipated smartwatch the Galaxy Gear, which allows users to make calls, receive texts and emails and take photos. The new smartwatch has a touch screen of barely more than four centimetres (1.6 inches) in a brushed-steel mount and wrist strap in six different colours. Contrary to rumours, it does not have a flexible screen.
A Singapore-first: Sneak peek at Samsung’s GALAXY S4 zoom with LTE
The Samsung GALAXY S4 zoom with LTE hits stores today. This is a first for Southeast Asia, and if you are a fan of hybrid devices that offer bang for buck, you might want to give this a gander. Some might say it’s a little heavier than would be expected for smartphones today, weighing in at 208 grams, it is a little hefty. But there is a method to the madness here, because the device is not for the uninitiated. While it offers all the traditional specifications of a phone, another strong ‘sell’ comes in the form of the integrated camera.
Rare lemon shark caught off Sentosa waters
Fishermen caught a rare baby lemon shark of Sentosa waters on Tuesday evening. The fish is one-meter long and was caught off the harbour of One Degree Club at the popular tourist island.