SingTel Experience Centre is a technology showcase using “Minority Report” style-like body gestures to manipulate and interact with multimedia images (3 cities for now: Paris, Shanghai & Rio de Janeiro) on a giant 14m, 180° circular screen.
The center is open for the public and is located inside SingTel Shop at ComCentre (31 Exeter Road Singapore 239732), the opening hours are from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm and on Sunday or Public Holiday, it is open from 11 am to 8 pm.
If you are visiting Singapore as a tourist or for a business trip and intending to buy mobile phones, gadgets, computers or computer related components, this blog post is for you. Hopefully you will stumble upon this blog post via Google before you actually visited Singapore.
The official price of the Nokia Lumia 820 will be S$699 (without contract) and in terms of colors, the Nokia Lumia 820 will be available in Black or White and the wireless charging shell covers are available in white, black, cyan, red or yellow.
The highly anticipated successor to Asus PadFone 1, the Asus PadFone 2 will be available for sale in Singapore from 22nd November 2012 (this coming Thursday) at authorised Asus retailers and StarHub Shops (looks like it is exclusive for StarHub).
It is being distributed by Trek 2000 (makers of Thumbdrive) in Singapore and is retailing for S$100+. Since Trek don’t enforce a Recommended Retail Pricing (RRP) model to the dealers, I can’t give you an official pricing. Right now only 1 capacity is available which is the 8GB.
Always wanted to play with NFC tags to see how some tasks can be automated.
I am using iPhone 5 which does not comes with NFC capability, but for my work phone, I am using the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (LTE) which does come with NFC capability. Samsung has it’s own brand of NFC Tags called Samsung TecTiles, but unfortunately it will not be available in Singapore till mid-December 2012.