SingTel Brings In Samsung Galaxy Tab

Galaxy Tab will be available in Singapore only to SingTel customers from 13th Nov 2010. You can pre-order the Galaxy Tab from and pre-order begins on 30th October 2010 till 12th November 2010. No word on the pricing yet as it will be revealed on the 14th November 2010.

The Galaxy Tab will be available with SingTel’s existing 3G Flexi price plans and a range of SingTel’s home and mobile broadband plans.

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SingTel OpenNet Fibre Price Plans

SingTel has announced their price plans for OpenNet Fibre Internet connection. From tomorrow (1st September 2010), you can register your interest in the high-speed fibre services at

If you ask me, it is still pretty expensive. I hope they will have a exPress 200 plan because exPress 150 plan is not really a huge jump from Starhub 100Mbps cable.

SingTel OpenNet Price Plans
SingTel OpenNet Price Plans

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Kinect And New Xbox 360 Prices Announced For Singapore


Press Release
SINGAPORE, July 20, 2010 — Microsoft Corp. today announced an all-in-one opportunity to jump into the controller-free fun of Kinect this holiday: the all-new Xbox 360 4GB console, the revolutionary Kinect sensor and “Kinect Adventures” packaged together for a suggested retail price of S$469.

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The Infocomm Accessibility Centre Organises The Tweet Meet!

The Infocomm Accessibility Centre to organise The Tweet Meet to bridge the digital divide for people with disabilities Centre aims to offer more IT course placements to people with disabilities

Singapore, 26 May 2010 – The Infocomm Accessibility Centre (IAC) announced today that it has launched a month-long civic movement titled The Tweet Meet to encourage members of the public to help bridge the digital divide for people with disabilities. The civic movement will culminate in a digital picnic at SMU Campus Green on 26 June, where people with disabilities and the public will have the unique opportunity to interact with each other physically and via online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Skype.

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iPad Coming To Singapore in July 2010

Yeap, you heard that right, iPad is coming to Singapore in July 2010 together with Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands and New Zealand.

CUPERTINO, California—May 7, 2010—Apple today announced that iPad will be available in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on Friday, May 28. Customers can pre-order all iPad models from Apple’s online store in all nine countries beginning on Monday, May 10. In the US, Apple has already sold over one million iPads and customers have downloaded over 12 million apps from the App Store, as well as over 1.5 million ebooks from the new iBookstore.

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SingTel Scores Broadcast Rights To The 2010 FIFA World Cup

Yes, you heard it! Finally! Well done SingTel

Singapore, 7 May, 2010 – Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) today announced that it has secured the broadcast rights to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ to be held in South Africa and will offer all 64 matches ‘live’ on mio TV and mobile, with complimentary viewing on the internet. All mio TV viewers will be able to enjoy the matches in high definition. Viewers in Singapore can catch all the action with SingTel’s 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Package (the “Package”), available for purchase from 7 May 2010.

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StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty in Stores on 27th July 2010

YES, finally after 3 years Blizzard announced Starcraft 2 at the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational in Seoul, South Korea on 19th may 2007, we can finally see it in stores on the 27th July 2010!

Starcraft II will consist of 3 games, StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (Terran Missions), StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (Zerg Missions) and Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void (Protoss Missions), this is Blizzard way of milking more money from us. But regardless, I am getting all 3! Now I am left undecided whether to get the Mac version or the Windows version.

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