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HTC Desire to Get Cut-Down Gingerbread Update

Contrary to their earlier statement via HTC UK Facebook Page, HTC Global (via Twitter) today announced that they will however introduced Gingerbread update for its HTC Desire model in the coming weeks. Due to memory issues, HTC said they will “cut select apps from the release.” The cut-down version is still a pleasing news to HTC Desire users. To resolve Desires memory issue and enable the upgrade to Gingerbread, we will cut select apps from the release. Look for status updates starting next week. We apologize for any confusion. Kudos to HTC for their quick reaction on customers’ feedback. Their quick decision making is earning a lot of positive PR for the company. Nevertheless, HTC Desire users still have to wait for its release.  

Malaysia iPhone App Developer Celebrates Royal Wedding on iPad

Malaysia iPhone App Developer, Just Mobile Sdn. Bhd. has launched two new iPad apps to commemorate the royal wedding.  The apps are designed to satisfy each and every single fan of Prince William and Princess Catherine, with albums of high-resolution photos. If you’re a big fan of the couple, these apps are definitely a must-have.   (image by: Just Mobile) The Press Release “Malaysia iPhone App Developer Celebrates Royal Wedding on iPad” June 1st, 2011 – Malaysia iPhone and iPad development company, Just Mobile Sdn Bhd, celebrates Royal Wedding with their new iPad apps – Royal Wedding iPad app and Prince William iPad app. These two iPad apps are designed to satisfy each and every single fan of Prince William and Princess Catherine. Royal Wedding iPad album  consists…

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GooApple 3G The Best iPhone 4 Clone from RM460 in Malaysia

There are a lot of iPhone 4 Clones available in the market, but GooApple 3G does caught a lot of people’s attention due to its near-perfect similarity! Of course, it’s made in China and the design is almost 99% the same. iPhone 4 casing can fit perfectly on this phone. As how it’s named, I guess it’s pretty obvious that  it runs on Android OS (Froyo 2.2) but the user interface is “hacked” to make it looks like iOS. It also comes with 5MP rear camera and 1.3MP front facing camera. Watch the video below to see it in action. The Video The Gooapple iPhone 4 is reportedly available for pre-order now at the discounted price of 999 yuan or US$152 (about MYR460). If Apple…

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No Android Gingerbread Update for HTC Desire

HTC has confirmed via its Facebook Fan Page that it won’t release Gingerbread update for its HTC Desire model.  The post clearly stated that the company blames the model’s low memory that hinders it from getting the much-awaited update. The HTC Sense is also blamed for the consumption of the phone’s memory. Our engineering teams have been working hard for the past few months to find a way to bring Gingerbread to the HTC Desire without compromising the HTC Sense experience you’ve come to expect from our phones. However, we’re sorry to announce that we’ve been forced to accept there isn’t enough memory to allow us both to bring Gingerbread and keep the HTC Sense experience on the HTC Desire. We’re sincerely sorry for the disappointment…

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Samsung Galaxy S Chinese Text Input Apps Download

I received quite a number of emails requesting help on how to activate Chinese text input on Samsung Galaxy S. While it depends on your Galaxy S version (some Asian versions come with built-in Chinese IME), there are some apps that you can download and install. Here are a few notable ones (Just download them from Android Market). 1. Sogou Input Sogou Input supports English, numeric and simplified Chinese language. It has 2 layouts, and supports hardware QWERTY keyboard. Wide symbols and emoticons coverage, safety dictionary backup process and popular vocabulary can be update at any times. 2. CedIME CedIME supports Traditional Chinese Input Method (IME): Changjie (cangjie), Quick, Stroke, Zhuyin. It provides support up to Gingerbread 2.3 (thus far). This is probably one of the…

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Now RIM Requests Jiwang.org to be Blocked

After banning a few file sharing websites in Malaysia, SKMM is urged by RIM to blocked another popular forum-based sharing portal, Jiwang.org, which has been in existence since 1999. The reason being the illegal distribution of copyrighted materials especially from local artists via the portal. While actions should be taken on that aspect, I don’t think it is necessary to block access to the website. A note to the admin to remove the copyrighted materials would be better than completing blocking users’ freedom to browse the portal. But then again, you can expect more similar websites mushrooming after this.  

How to ByPass Megaupload and File Sharing Block in Malaysia

The decision by SKMM to block some file sharing websites in Malaysia is rather shocking since under the MSC policy, it was mentioned that no censorship of Internet will be imposed in the country. While SKMM argument is on the copyrights issues, I personally don’t think blocking those sites will help solve it since there are many more fileshare websites out there. Plus, many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are earning a lot from users’ downloading activities since they charge for higher bandwidth or data usage. What’s the point of encouraging Malaysians to subscribe to high-speed Internet but start controlling what they should DO online? Will other file sharing websites be blocked too? And why don’t censor or block PORN websites instead?? While I am not…

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