News: The Brand New mio TV GO app by SingTel

SingTel announced its latest mobile app, to cater to its users’ on-the-go usage and BPL fans! The mio TV GO app is the perfect companion app for your mio TV experience. Now you can enjoy a richer second screen experience while watching mio TV and you can bring your experience with you, wherever you GO! Comes with a whole new section called ‘Football portal’,  bringing all the news, information and statistics they could ever find about BPL to football fans!   ‘LIVE’ screening of ten channels including mio Stadium  The app will allow BPL subscribers on the mio TV platform to enjoy ‘LIVE’ streaming of three mio Stadium channels (Channel 102 -104), three mio Sports channels (Channel 111 – 113)  and…

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News: NParks – 50years of Greening Singapore

This year, 2013, marks 50 years of greening for Singapore! The City in a Garden that you enjoy today, with its vibrant parks, lush tree-lined roads, and thriving biodiversity is the result of the dedication and commitment of many people to enhance the quality of our living spaces. And in commemoration to 50 years of Greening Singapore and National Day 2013, NParks produced a music video to reach out to more Singaporeans, to enjoy and appreciate our City in a Garden. The song was specially composed and sung by local singer-songwriter, Lorraine Tan, with special appearance by popular YouTube personalities Dr Jiajia & Big Bro, Ch 8 TV actress Paige Chua, as well as otters and hornbills found here in Singapore. If…

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News: Don the National Day colours with Skullcandy (2013)

Singapore celebrates its 48th birthday this year and Skullcandy is marking the occasion with some red and white aural goodies! What better way to show your love for the nation this August by donning the national colours, with Skullcandy earphones or headphones, while getting some accessories to suit your daily needs? ***** 1) Crusher – RRP: S$165.90 What happens when two drivers are stacked on each other? The result is a sound so powerful and explosive you’ll be utterly blown away. The antithesis of boom-y bass, the Crusher’s punchy bass will reverberate in your head without drowning out the vocals, mid-tones and highs – delivering a pure audio experience for every genre. Putting on something more soothing? Easily switch the…

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News: Sony Portable Wireless Server (PWS WG-C10) available in Singapore

Sony announced its latest consumer product, the Portable Wireless Server (PWS) that allows up to eight users to wirelessly view, share and store content from their smartphones wherever they are, while doubling up as a battery charger, card reader/writer and an additional storage device for photos, videos, music files and office documents. With a wireless connection, users can transfer content to and from their smartphones via the PWS, and serves as an especially convenient option for consumers using smartphones that don’t have a memory card slot. The PWS is able to connect several devices via Wi-Fi at one time, allowing up to eight users to simultaneously share and playback same (or different) content. The PWS also functions as a back-up power source for smartphones or digital cameras. You can use…

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Thoughts: Friends, Dinner and Sharing

It comes as no surprise to other friends that we like going to Tanuki Raw, for their happy hour deals. They do not accept phone reservation, so head down early for seats / tables. Located at Orchard Central, level 2. Cheaper alcoholic drinks, bar bites and fresh oysters from various places, starting price from $2 onwards. I had you at fresh oysters, right? 🙂 It’s the happy hour promotion, every alcoholic drink entitles you to a 1/2 dozen oyster order, at a lower price. – collage of the dinner outing And since Noel‘s birthday is next week, those who could attend, made time for dinner or catch up for after meal tea. Seeing how work is going well for Noel…

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Photos: NDP 2013 (NE3) – Fireworks

Brought my latest baby out, Sony HX50, to shoot fireworks with the boys with their ‘big boys’ aka DSLR. Thanks to boyfriend’s gorilla pod, I was able to hook / fix it to the railing, with less fear of dropping it into the sea. And… Here are some shots with the compact, with firework scene settings, Wi-Fi over to iPhone: It came out pretty decent, better than expected, even with loads of lingering smoke 🙂 Should be fun, to see what this camera can do.

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