The official free gifts includes a 8GB SD card and a Canon PowerShot S100 carrying case.
The e-book service is known as skoob. It offer the works of Singapore writers, study guides and educational books for local primary and secondary school students.
At launch there are about 39,000 local and international bestsellers for smartphones, tablets and PCs. Payment is in Singapore Dollars (S$) and made via Singapore Credit Cards or if you are a SingTel customer, you can charged it to your monthly SingTel bill.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is now available in Singapore for a recommended retail price of S$768 for the 3G 16GB model.
Galaxy Note will be available in Singapore on 18th November 2011 (tentatively) with a recommended retail price of S$998 (including taxes and without any telco subsidy).
Galaxy Nexus will be available in Singapore by January 2012 with a recommended retail price of S$948 (including taxes and without any telco subsidy).
Apple iPhone 4S is now available for pre-order at Apple (Singapore) Online Store.
All iPhones sold in Singapore are UNLOCK sets.
YouTube Singapore is now official! YouTube makes its official debut in Singapore and it’s aim is to help Singaporeans find their favorite content and spread Singaporean content across the globe.
Its initial partners include music collection society COMPASS, leading sports rights agency World Sport Group, music distributor Valleyarm / Music Services Asia, and production companies Interactive SG, Oak Media, and Refinery Media.
Microsoft Singapore officially launches Windows Phone 7.5 yesterday. Windows Phone 7.5 has more than 500 new features and enhancements.
Both HTC Radar (RRP: S$569) and Samsung Omnia W (RRP: S$498) will be the first Windows Phone 7.5 to be released in Singapore. The HTC Radar will be available next month (October 2011) while the Samsung Omnia W will be available sometime in Q4 2011.
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I am travelling to the US this December for the first time and I was looking for the US version of HungryGoWhere, many people recommended Yelp, but unfortunately it is not available in Singapore App Store.
I tweeted about it and mentioned @yelp. They replied me 2 days later via Twitter asking me which country I am in, I told them Singapore and in a few hours time, they opened it for Singapore App Store! Kudos to the Yelp Mobile Team!