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TMgo 4G (LTE) Broadband Expands to Sarawak

Good news to Sarawakians, the highly anticipated TMgo 4G Broadband has finally expanded to Sarawak with good coverage in major areas especially those with educational institutions apart from the Kuching city. TM has recently released the coverage areas as shown below, giving cheers to consumers who prefer to enjoy wireless broadband while they are on the go.   TMgo is currently on pay-per-use packages (no contract), with a minimum 7-day validity package of RM10 (for 1GB) and up to 60-day package of 5GB+1GB bonus, priced at only RM50. With 4G speed of up to 20Mbps, that’s pretty much affordable as compared to other existing packages offered by other telcos. Also, if you are interested to get the starter pack bundled with the modem, TM is…

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CDM25 vs MH17 – The Paradox of Being Malaysians

It was only about two days ago when the whole nation was abuzz with the steering lock saga of a young lady bullying a senior citizen due to a minor accident. It went viral and the young lady gained instant fame in less than 24 hours. The viral “drama” went on amidst the incident in Sabah as well as constant pleas from Malaysians who are concerned about what is happening in Gaza. All of the sudden, the attention was diverted toward CDM25, in which almost everyone is interested to share their views on it. (Photo from AFP) Then came the sucker punch. The unexpected tragedy of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was allegedly shot down by Ukrainian (Pro-Russian) separatists. A Boeing 777 aircraft for flight…

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5 Valuable Lessons Students Can Gain from the World Cup

It’s World Cup again and it’s the time when most students are also going through their final exam. For football fans, who can resist this tournament that only happens every 4 years. The best teams of the World compete for the coveted FIFA World Cup trophy. Now, here are 5 valuable lessons that World Cup or to be exact World Cup matches can teach students. 1. Every test is like a must-win World Cup Match Oh yes! Who would want to flunk in the exam. Every test is a must-win affair and students are willing to do anything, and I do mean anything to “win” it. 2. Revision and goals: Better late than never Students tend to revise up until minutes before the exam. You…

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MH370 Mishap: Menacing it the Malaysian Way?

At times of crisis, it does not take long for a proud Malaysian to stand up and arrogantly boast to the world how he or she could handle the crisis way better than the politicians or experts. Look at the non-stop pouring of comments and postings on social networks, instant messengers, blogs and forums, a foreigner would have wondered why Malaysia is blessed with a plethora of intelligent citizens and experts of aviation and crime investigation despite being so-called touted to have one of the worse education systems in the world. Of course, one would tell you Malaysians can in fact do everything thanks to the lifelong motto of Malaysia Boleh! Having said that, the unfortunate incident of the missing MH370 plane has once again…

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UNIMAS News App Makes Its Official Debut on Google Play

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) has launched its first official Android app on Google Play, currently known as UNIMAS Early Edition. The one-stop news aggregator allows you to obtain news updates and announcements from UNIMAS seamlessly with push notifications. It covers categories of announcements like general events, conferences, tenders and even vacancies. Another notable feature in this app is its integration with your phone’s calendar. You can add any events to your calendar as a reminder just by tapping the “Add to Calendar” button. With this, you can say goodbye to manual inputting of events that you are keen to follow. The share tools are also available, permitting a smooth spreading of news piece to your preferred social media. The loading of news items is amazingly…

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Motorola MOTO G From RM698 Now Available in Malaysia

Not many smartphones below RM1000 that really can amaze you but MOTO G redefine “cheap” smartphone with some pretty decent specs that can blow you away without hurting your wallet. Priced at only RM698 for the 8GB version (current price in Malaysia), it comes with 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor with 1GB RAM, pretty good for the price! The size is slightly smaller with 4.5-inch IPS LCD Gorilla Glass display. It is also equipped from 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP front facing camera. The design is also stunning with changeable colourful covers to play with. The downside of this font is it doesn’t provide microSD expansion slot and no LTE version yet. We’ll know more once we get our hands on this phone. 🙂 You can now pre-oder…

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Samsung Ativ Tab 3: 64GB Windows 8 Tablet

Samsung ATIV Tab 3  (yeah it’s ATIV or ACTIV) looks similar to tablets offered by the South Korean firm, only that it runs on Windows 8 and powered by Intel Atom Z2760 CPU. Although the specs may not be impressive on first glance, ATIV Tab 3 is actually the world’s thinnest Windows 8 tablet and has a solid 2GB RAM to allow smooth loading of your Windows Apps. The Windows 8 interface works well on the 10.1-inch screen although not as sharp since the 1366×768 resolution is shown on a PLS LCD screen which is not as high quality. But for a tablet priced for affordable mid-range market, it is still equally stunning. The tablet itself is lightweight (only 550g) without the external Bluetooth keyboard that…

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