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LG G3 launching in Singapore on May 28

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 11, 2014

LG Mobile has sent out invitations for what could be the launch of the LG G3 in 6 cities across the globe. The closest regional hub for us is Singapore and we can confirm that it is indeed happening on May 28 (at least in our region). The May 27 launch will happen in San Francisco, New York, and London while the May 28 event is for Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul. We got an invite for the Singapore event on the 28th and the 29th and while there are no specific details yet, we can safely say it will be…

The Singapore Zoo

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: May 23, 2007

Someone asked me why I'd always want to go to the zoo whenever I visit a country. Aside from testing my photography skills (or the lack thereof) for wild animal shoots, I wittingly replied "Show me your country's best zoo and I will tell you how well-fed your people are". Just look at how the Manila zoo tigers are so skinny. Here are some of the shots I got using my Canon Rebel XT with the Sigma 70-300mm APO DG-Macro. The animals are between 10 to 20 meters away so a telephoto lens is a must here. The Singapore Zoo…

Singapore: where to go & what to do?

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: May 10, 2007

Next week, I will be doing a week-long ICT Workshop in Penang, Malaysia for a youth group {related story here} from May 17th to the 22nd. This marks the first leg of my out-of-country travels for this calendar year and my first time to visit Malaysia. During our return trip, I was told I can opt to stay in Singapore for a day or two. Of course, I will be the one spending for that side trip but it's something I am heavily considering. Will an overnight stay suffice to check out the city? Where do I go? What's the…

This bike washes your clothes while you stay in shape

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: May 12, 2015

Now this is something that some fitness buffs would like to have at home - a stationary bike that not only helps you stay in shape but also washes your clothes at the same time - the Bike Washing Machine. Designed by the students at Dalian Nationalities University in China, the Bike Washing Machine or the B.W.M., is an offspring of a stationary bike and a washing machine. Instead of a bicycle wheel, it is equipped with a washing machine drum where you put your dirty laundry in. The idea is pretty simple, put your dirty clothes in the drum,…

iPhone 4S goes on pre-order in Singapore for Php32k

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: October 21, 2011

The iPhone 4S has just started pre-selling in Singapore so we're thinking the Philippines could be next (based on last year's trend, this could be 3 to 4 weeks). The starting price -- SGD948, just over Php32k for the 16GB model. That's about Php2k more expensive than last year. Based on current conversion rates, the prices of iPhone 4S in Singapore is as follows. iPhone 4S 16GB - Php32,300 iPhone 4S 32GB - Php36,800 iPhone 4S 64GB - Php42,200 If we extrapolate the price difference from last year's iPhone 4 price with Globe Telecom, there's a Php7.5k and Php8.5k margin

iPhone 4 now selling in Singapore, Hong Kong

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: July 31, 2010

So the Apple iPhone 4 came to the shores of Singapore and Hong Kong yesterday, along with several other countries like Australia and Canada. In Singapore, the starting price of the iPhone 4 16GB is SG$888 (around Php29,700) while the 32GB is SG$1048 (~Php35,100). All 3 telcos in Singapore (StarHub, M1 and SingTel) offered the iPhone 4 at varying price plans. In Hong Kong, the iPhone 4 16GB is a bit cheaper at HK$4988 or about Php29,200 while the 32GB is HK$5,888 (or about Php34,500). These prices are the contract-free prices and are listed on the Apple Online Store. If…

iPad goes on sale in Singapore & Hong Kong

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: July 23, 2010

Apple today made the iPad available in more countries, including our Asian neighbors Singapore and Hong Kong. The Apple iPad 16GB WiFi starts at SG$728 Singaporean dollars which translates to about Php24,650. In Hong Kong, the Starting price of the iPad is HK$3,888 or Php23,250. The price difference migt be attributed to varying tariffs and government taxes levied on the device.

Tagalog AdWords Support from Singapore

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: May 29, 2007

I've been maintaining an AdWords account for myself and several other clients for sometime now. Though I never really needed any support from the AdWords team, it's good to know they've open up a Tagalog AdWords Team in their Singapore office: Dear AdWords Advertiser, With the recent opening of our Google Singapore operations, we are looking forward to being closer to our customers, users and partners. We now have a team of AdWords Specialists who are dedicated to our AdWords advertisers in the South East Asia region, providing support and helping answer any questions you may have regarding your advertising…

Mobile 3G in Singapore

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: November 10, 2008

Since I arrived here yesterday, I've been using my iPhone on roaming with Singtel 3G to get online to check emails and Tweet. I'm just hoping I wouldn't end up with a huge bill when I get home. So I checked around for some 3G rates on Singtel and found out it's not that cheap as I would have expected for a well-connected Singapore. On Singtel's FAQ page: How would my usage charge be calculated if I access data on a Pay-Per-Use basis? Each data session is charged at $0.0054/KB in 2KB blocks. If you have 3 sessions of 103KB,…

iPad2 coming to Hong Kong, Singapore in April

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 22, 2011

And misses the Philippines, again. April isn't really that far so we might be seeing more affordable iPad2's in the local grey market (cheaper than the 36k we're seeing). No specific date in April was made but that should be under 30 days. Hong Kong and Singapore was also ahead of the Philippines during the first international release of the first generation iPad. If we follow the same "delay" as last year, it could get some 4 or 5 months after April before we see the official Philippine release to happen. Here's that important part of the press release from…