In my last year blog post, Looking Back 2009, I stated that I wanted to find a job, which I did, as a Web Engineer at mig33 and I started officially on the 1st February 2010. I have been with mig33 for almost 1 year, how time flies!
Last year I spend New Year’s Eve watching Alvin & The Chipmunks 2 at VivoCity and this year I will be spending it inside the Cinema, watching The Tourist, starring Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie and Paul Bettany at Orchard Cineleisure.
With gadgets comes the amount of messy wires and power sockets needed if you want to charge them simultaneously.
Been eying on a charging station in particular the Bluelounge’s Refresh for a few days, it is very hard to find in Singapore. I went to all the Apple stores in Orchard and VivoCity and only EpiCentre at Ion Orchard carries it, but there is only 1 and only set left which is pink (selling for S$138)! The sales personnel told me that the supplier ran out of Black and White stock.
Got myself the HTC 7 Mozart as my own Christmas present from Mobile Square. They are selling it for S$670 without contact. I traded in my Nokia N82 for S$140 and my mom’s iPhone 3G (16GB) for S$270. Ended up paying only just S$260 for the phone.
Now I have phones from all major mobile OSes (iOS, Android, Symbian^3 & Windows Phone 7) except Blackberry!
Singapore – December 3rd, 2010 – Hoist the sails and set your compasses for North: Uncharted Waters Online, the historical massively multi-player online role-playing game (MMORPG), officially launched today.
Looks like a good alternative to Apple iPod Nano 6G.
The “Sony Ericsson Fitness Experience Pack” is aimed at sports and fitness enthusiasts. It contains the Sony Ericsson LiveView, a sport application for the LiveView – The SportyPal Pro – and a carrying case for your mobile phone – ideal for exercising. The “Sony Ericsson Fitness Experience Pack” is currently available at all Sony Ericsson retail stores at a recommended retail price of S$128.
Been working on mig33 Android Client for the past few months with my colleagues. I am tasked to style the Android native UI using Java/XML as well as the webpages in HTML5/CSS3. Been fun working on the Android but styling the native UI is sometimes very tedious! I wonder will it be easier on iOS.
And now, the first beta of mig33 Android Client is ready for download! You need to be using Android 2.1 (Eclair) and above in order to use the app.