HDC T9190 China’s HTC Desire HD Clone at only RM860

Nothing escapes from China’s cloning empire these day. After the GooApple 3G (iPhone 4 clone) mania, now another China-based company is selling HTC Desire HD clone (known as HDC T9190) with rather good specs and design. It’s dual-sim 3G CDMA+GSM smartphone powered by Android OS.  Even the HDC logo looks good! Haha. The price for the phone is about US$285 (about RM860). There is no clear indication of the actual manufacturer as only “Made in HDC” tag appear on the phone.  It is also one of the “best” HTC Desire HD clone. Take a look at the following images (click to enlarge): The Specs Android 2.3 system CDMA 1xEVDOrA 800 MHZ GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800 CPU:Qualcomm MSM7627+NXP5209 512MB ROM,512MB+64MB RAM Built in GPS and support voice navigation…

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Augmented Reality Allows Mothers to See Foetus Grows

Friso has introduced a very innovative way for mothers (especially first-time mothers) to get the feeling of growing up together with their foetus. By using augmented reality technology, mothers can view weekly growth of a virtual foetus (not theirs) by scanning a “womb scan” t-shirt via their webcam. To get the  Womb Scan t-shirt, you just need to buy the Frisomum Gold promo pack. You can see the following video for preview     Click Here to get more details.

Toshiba Launched World’s First Glasses-free 3D Notebook – Qosmio X770 3D

No more funny-looking 3D glasses when playing games! Toshiba recently introduced Qosmio F750 3D, said to be the World’s first glasses-free 3D notebook.  Qosmio 750 3D features “Face-tracking” technology, which provides a large 3D viewing zone without blind spots. It allows the viewers to vary his or her position in front of the laptop’s display with images properly delivered to each eye. Build on Toshiba’s famous Qosmio gaming series, the 3D version allows you to look at both 3D and 2D content without needing to wear any extra apparatus. It also comes with high specs for gaming as in Qosmio F750. I am not sure how good the 3D images are but from initial review, they look pretty decent for a glasses-free notebook. The Specs…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Coming to Malaysia with Celcom

After a long wait, Samsung has confirmed that its tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be released in Malaysia latest by second week of August 2011. The price? It is going to be below RM2000 and I reckon the price should be as competitive as iPad 2. The tablet will be exclusively tied-up with Celcom Malaysia and both black and white versions will be introduced. Celcom basically will launch 16GB 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with the WiFi version introduced slightly later. With everyone waiting for the official launch soon, Samsung is trying to give surprises by keeping mum over its real pricing and Celcom will probably introduce greater discounts for early birds as happened in Indonesia. We’ll just wait and see.

50% Discount For all .my Domain Name Registrations

In conjunction with the Malaysia Merdeka Celebrations, National ICT Month (NIM 2011) and Breast Cancer Month, .my DOMAIN REGISTRY will be offering a 50% discount for all .my domain name registrations and renewals. This promotion will start from 1 August 2011 until 31 October 2011. For more information, kindly visit

Celcom Malaysia Introduces Changes to its Broadband Plans

Celcom Malaysia finally updates their broadband plans by increasing speed and data volume limit at the same time introduces new rates. With broadband Lite plan, users can enjoy 700kbps speed with 1.5GB limited at only RM48 per month. The basic and advance plans have also been updated with higher volume but the speed for advance plan is still capped at 3.6Mbps. The new Pro plans at RM138 per month allows usage up to 10GB with the speed of 7.2Mbps. (Click to Enlarge) Two value-added services are also included for free for a limited time depending on your choice of plan namely NetSafe and MusicCube. Extra data volume can be purchased at RM15 for 1GB and RM50 for 5GB. More info via Celcom Broadband Website.  


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