Nokia N96 Hands-On

A pre-release of the upcoming Nokia N96 has just been reviewed by Russian site Mobile-Review.com. It’s quite a detailed coverage, with plenty of photos from every angle. If you’re in the market to shop for a…

Taking WordPress 2.5 RC1 for a Spin

Many WordPress bloggers have been anticipating the next major release of the blogging software. There are significant improvements that the WordPress development team skipped the version 2.4 release, and headed straight for version 2.5. WordPress…

What’s Wrong with “Made in Thailand”

What’s wrong with “Made in Thailand?” It’s funny that we sometimes pass judgement on the quality of a product based on its country of manufacture. However, to see a “Made in Thailand” label that seems…

The New Safari

Apple recently released a new version of their Safari browser, version 3.1. Apple describes the new Safari as blazingly fast, and significantly outperforms the other popular browsers (Firefox 2, Internet Explorer 7 and Opera 9)….

From Coffee Shop to Restaurant

Casuarina Curry used to be a coffee shop selling prata and briyani, among other things. I guess like many successful eatery, they’ve transformed themselves into a restaurant. Don’t know about the prata but the mutton…

SingTel Confirmed to Sell iPhone

The news is out. SingTel will be selling the Apple iPhone from September. I posted earlier this year about the possibility after The Age reported Optus’ exclusive deal to sell the iPhone in Australia. Well,…

Non-Ceritified CPR+AED Training

I attended a “non-certified” CPR+AED training course yesterday. Yes, the “non-certified” was part of the course title. I thought perhaps what they meant to convey was that this course doesn’t lead you to formal CPR…

Ford GT Spotted In NUS

Yes. Was on the way to lunch today when I spotted a cool Ford GT sitting outside LT27 this afternoon. It’s there to promote the Formula Drift Singapore event later next month. — Posted from…

Major Problems from Hairline Crack

A tiny hairline crack, but it still takes a significant effort to rectify it. Can you spot the crack? That tiny crack led to water leak which is a significant issue in a data centre….

NTUC Selling Off Obsolete Products

[Photo missing] Why is NTUC Income trying to sell their customers obsolete products? I received this email advertisement from them recently, and I was rather surprised to see they were selling a Toshiba HD DVD drive…