My Maxis10 Samsung Galaxy S Review Marathon

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.

What Paul the Octopus doesn’t know…

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’s worthy of sharing. Just read on. Interesting Numbers The world cup is already determined by the numbers…. 1. Brazil won the World Cup in 1994; before that they also won in 1970. Adding 1970 + 1994= 3964 2. Argentina won its last World Cup in 1986; before that they also won in 1978. Adding 1978 + 1986= 3964 3. Germany won its last World Cup in 1990;…

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Android 3.0 Gingerbread Leaked Details are Fake?

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 sleeker, friendlier user experience!  Now, while most of us are looking forward to the new version, let’s see the so-called “leaked” details that have been reported immensely: 1. It will be released mid-October 2010. Just in time Black Friday and the holiday season rush. 2. Minimum Hardware requirements: 1Ghz CPU, 512MB RAM, 3.5″ displays and higher. 3. 1280×760 resolution available on screens 4″ or bigger. 4. Overhauled user…

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China’s Internet Censorship Laws [Infographic]

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 on the Internet from mere chatting to even emails! Yes, they even read your emails to ensure that nothing “sensitive” is exchanged. Well, i have found this very interesting infographic from Visual Loop. Do click on the image to get to the enlarged version.

Maxis Malaysia to Get iPhone 4 in August

For those of you who just can’t wait any longer for iPhone 4, Maxis Malaysia has just released a “teasing” update that iPhone 4 “could be available” in Malaysia by August 2010. Maxis’ COO Jean Pascal van Overbeke provided the following hint during its interview with the Star on its plans to become a major mobile content provider in Malaysia: With the growing popularity of Apple’s just-released iPhone 4 and iPad tablet computer overseas, the eyes of Apple fans in Malaysia are firmly on Maxis, especially since it already distributes the earlier iPhone 3GS. Van Overbeke said the iPhone 4 could be available here by August, but declined to provide prices. And, he said, Maxis’ data packages for the smartphone “would not be very expensive.“…

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A Collection of Excellent and Free Photoshop Brushes

A good collection of photoshop brushes is indeed important for graphic designers. Not only does it saves time but it allows designers to express their creativity more freely. While many opt for paid brushes, there are actually a lot of free yet excellent photoshop brushes out there. Here are the ten that I have chosen to share. 1. Coffee Happens 2. Splatter Brush 3. Crack Effect Brushes 4. Tech Brushes 5. Dimension Brushes 6. Floral Brushes 7. 14 Paintbrush

Mini Thunder 5 or Xunlei Free Download

You might be familiar with the famous China-based downloader XunLei or Thunder 5. Well, there is actually a mini version of it. Just in case you didn’t realise, since it was released back in November last year. This Mini Thunder actually integrates with browsers. It is light-weight and easy to use (almost similar to Flashgot). It also support BitTorrent downloads. Well, try it out and share your views on the app here. Download Mini Thunder Here If you have problem with the mini compact version, download the Deluxe Edition.

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