Maxis Malaysia iPhone 3GS Mid Year Sale Promotion
3 commentsPosted on July 12, 2010 under Tech & Web
After DiGi introduced its new pricing for its iPhone plans Maxis Malaysia is now offering iPhone 3GS at a reduced priced when you subscribe any of its iValue plans before 31 July 2010.You can now get iPhone 3GS free when you subscribe to its iValue4 plan which is RM375 per month (excluding the prepayment, which will be credited back to you over the...
Samsung Galaxy S – The Gaming Experience
11 commentsPosted on July 9, 2010 under Gadgets, Maxis10, Reviews
Apart from its stunning Super AMOLED display, Samsung Galaxy S also features a 1GHz Hummingbird processor with PowerVR graphics processor that has been recognised as one of the fastest graphics processing unit in any Android phone. With that, it would be good to test out this smartphone on several games.I have basically downloaded and installed sev...
What’s New in Firefox 4 – A Video Preview
1 commentPosted on July 8, 2010 under Apps, Tech & Web
Oh right, the Mozilla organization has released the first public beta of Firefox 4. Somehow, I think it looks beautiful with a completely redesigned user interface. This video will walk you through the new interface of Firefox 4 though not everything may make it to the final release. ...
DiGi iPhone: “New Super Low Pricing” and Packages
5 commentsPosted on July 7, 2010 under Gadgets, Tech & Web
DiGi (Malaysia) is now offering even more affordable plans for iPhone starting from only RM60 per month. The iDiGi 88, 138 and 238 have been reduced to RM60, RM90 and RM160 monthly respectively. The pricing for iPhone 3GS (32GB and 18GB) and iPhone 3G has also been slashed significantly (well, not really since the upfront payment is more. Read ...
Samsung Galaxy S Camera – Photo Taking and Video Recording
7 commentsPosted on under Gadgets, Maxis10, Reviews
Apart from its Super AMOLED display, Samsung Galaxy S also comes with a 5-megapixel camera that performs quite good under most conditions except in very low-light/dark situation since it doesn't come with flash. The camera is also capable of shooting HD videos (1280x720 resolution). Photo Taking You can snap photos in various scene modes coveri...
Get 10% Discount to Open Web Asia-SEA 2010 Now!
0 commentPosted on July 6, 2010 under Events, Tech & Web
Good news guys! If you haven't decided whether or not to participate in the Open Web Asia-SEA 2010 conference in Kuala Lumpur from 13 to 14 July 2010, then here is a good reason why you should! You will be given 10% discount! So you'll be paying only RM180 for the conference pass instead of RM200. WHAT IS OWA? OpenWebAsia – SEA is a regiona...
Google Includes Real-Time Web Analytics to Blogger Accounts
1 commentPosted on under Tech & Web
Blogger.com users can now monitor their web traffics by directly referring to the embedded real-time web analytics. This newly-added feature is enabled by default for all blogs and you don't have to setup or configure anything. But you’ll have to visit the Blogger site through drafts.blogger.com to access your blog stats since this is still in...
Samsung Galaxy S First Look – The Wow Factor
6 commentsPosted on under Gadgets, Reviews
After waiting for about 3 days, I finally received the Samsung Galaxy S (I9000) smartphone for the Maxis10 reviewer programme. I must say, it was really worth the wait! Now, before I go further, Samsung Galaxy S is one of the newest smartphones released this year (it's also available via Maxis for RM1699 with 1-year contract). Many geeks and mobile...
My Maxis10 Samsung Galaxy S Review Marathon
3 commentsPosted on July 4, 2010 under Gadgets, Maxis10, Reviews
Ah, this is kind of late, for those of you who have not been following my Tweets, I'm very happy and excited to let you know that I have been selected as one of the 10 bloggers to be part of the Maxis10 Reviewers Programme (along with @atreyustrange @sapiensbryan @minishorts @jayelleenelial @ariffshah @Marc_ky @tekong @galvintan @runningandrew). ...
What Paul the Octopus doesn’t know…
5 commentsPosted on under Current Issues, Life Bytes
I guess the whole world is now paying their attention to Paul the Octopus who accurately predicted all Germany matches at the World Cup 2010 so far. He even predicted Germany's defeat against Serbia during their group stage clash. However, there is also some interesting predictions being circulated around the net by using numbers, which I think it'...
Android 3.0 Gingerbread Leaked Details are Fake?
2 commentsPosted on July 3, 2010 under Tech & Web
There has been a lot of details surfacing on the latest version of Android OS (3.0 Gingerbread), which is said to be further challenging Apple's iOS4 even further.While only a few phones are powered by Android 2.2 (Froyo), Google is really taking drastic measures to introduce 3.0 much earlier than expected. Android 3.0 emphasises on offering a slee...
China’s Internet Censorship Laws [Infographic]
1 commentPosted on July 1, 2010 under Tech & Web
There are more 400 millions Internet users in China, and the Chinese government is doing whatever they can to prevent their citizen from being "polluted" with "outside world's web content". Using what is known as "The Great Firewall of China", thousands of government monitors and citizen volunteers are keeping track of what their citizen is doing o...