FileSonic Stops Public File Sharing, MegaUpload Closed Down

After the shutdown of, FileSonic has removed its public file sharing service. As stated on the website, users can now use the service only to “upload and retrieve files you have uploaded personally”. This is following the arrest of MegaUpload founder Kim Schmitz, and several other individuals for being part of $175 Million US Criminal Copyright Conspiracy. With the sudden push for SOPA and PIPA to become a reality (despite being postponed), more and more file sharing websites will face similar fate.  Can we expect 2012 to be a gloomy year for free public file sharing websites?  

Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3 RC3.1 ROM for Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung has officially announced that its Samsung Galaxy S would not receive the Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) upgrade due to the several issues. However, folks at XDA-Developers have made the initiative to come up with the ICS ROM for the Galaxy S users. The current release candidate version is 3.1 featuring a lot of improvements with the ICS interface. You can see the demo in the following video. To know more about how to install the ROM on your Samsung Galaxy S, visit XDA-Developers page here.

BolehVPN Review: Unblock, Unthrottle and Unlimited Satisfaction

There are many Virtual Private Network (VPN) services out there that claim to offer a lot of benefits but you usually end up paying more than what you get. Well, I was lucky enough to be offered a 30-day trial of Malaysia-based VPN and after testing it for about 2 weeks, I am surely happy with its performance and reliability. I spent some time testing the BolehVPN services via different types of Internet connection from public WiFi to mobile broadband services (e.g. Celcom and Maxis). Basically, I have categorised this review into three key terms as reflected in the title. 1. Unblock “Blocked” Websites and Internet Content In my previous post on how to bypass file sharing block in Malaysia, I mentioned clearly that the…

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Celcom Samsung Galaxy Nexus Packages from RM1348

Celcom has released its pricing and packages for Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The world’s first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone. Based on the packages, Celcom will be offering Celcom Exec 50 Basic, Celcom Exec 50 Advance and Celcom Exec 250 for single users; and Celcom Biz P48 and Celcom Biz P148 for business plans. Celcom Exec plans are available in 12-months and 18-months. Celcom Biz plans are available only at 24-months. The screenshots of the pricing taken from Celcom website are shown below: Please note that you need to make the upfront payment as well.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime Available for RM2199 in Malaysia

ASUS has announced that its latest Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be available starting 18 January 2012 but stocks are very limited. The tablet is fixed at RM2199 (32GB WiFi-only version and inclusive of the keyboard dock). The price is highly competitive and many non-Samsung lovers, would definitely queue up for this. This tablet is the world’s first tablet equipped with Quad-core Tegra 3 processor (1GB of RAM). The design is also very sleek and thin (at 8.3mm thin). It’s interesting to see tablets getting more and more popular these days despite its “failed” attempt years back. With ASUS Transformer Prime coming out, you can expect Samsung and Apple to improve their respective tablets as well.

Unlocked iPhone 4S Available on Apple Store Malaysia

Apple has made many Malaysians happy by allowing the purchase of iPhones via its Apple Store Malaysia without needing to be tied to any telcos. Apple fan can purchase 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S unlocked. iPhone 4S is available in Black and White from RM2199 (16GB). However, there is a limit of two units per customer. Interested? Visit Apple Store.

Good News: Google I/O 2012 Postponed but Extended to Three Days

Google has announced that its annual developer-focused conference for 2012 will be extended to three days as compared to two days in previous years. As announced on in their  +Google Developers page, Google is moving the conference to June 27-29, 2012. It will still take place at Moscone Center West in San Francisco. With the extension, it allows more opportunities for developers to meet up Google’s partners in the Developer Sandbox, and meet 1:1 with the engineers behind Google’s developer platforms and APIs. Google I/O was started in 2008. The “I” and “O” stand for “Innovation in the Open”, and input/output. The format of the event is similar to that of the Google Developer Day.  

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