Apart from the three Nokia Android phones, Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL, being announced, Nokia also announced the Nokia 220 and the Nokia Asha 230.
Nokia has launched their first family of phones running on Android (sort of) at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014.
The reason why I say “Android (sort of)” is because there is no Google Play services in the Nokia X family of phones, instead it is been replaced by Microsoft Services.
Xiaomi will be launching the Redmi in Singapore tomorrow, 21st February 2014 at 12pm for S$169 without contract. Redmi is also known as Hongmi in China which directly translated to Red Rice in English.
At launch there are also some accessories for the Redmi:
It retails for S$39 and is one meter in length. It weighs 35g and you can choose from two colors (black or white).
Moshi iVisor Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 5/5s retailing for S$48.90 is a good alternative to the Spigen SGP GLAS.tR Nano Slim Screen Protector for iPhone 5/5c/5s and is slightly cheaper. It weighs only 10g and is bubble-proof, shock-proof and scratch-resistant.
I tried pasting it on my iPhone 5 and despite it was my first time applying screen protector (I usually get the mobile phone shops to do it for me), I managed to do it on the first try!
Thermodo is a tiny electrical thermometer that measures the temperature right where you are on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices. I don’t think Windows Phone support will be there since the stretch goal of US$400,00 (in order for Thermodo to come out with a Windows Phone app) was never met. You can download the Thermodo app on Apple App Store or Google Play.
Received my custom LEGO Minifigures (Minifig) from Minifiglabs.com. Minifiglabs.com is a service started by a Singaporean company, Fish & Toast. It allows you to create your very own printed personalised LEGO Minifigures.
I was given the Cool Denim Couple Set which consists of two custom Minifig (printed with Lay Hiang and my name) and another custom Minifig with my logo printed on it.
Last month, Panasonic introduces the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-M1, a 7″ rugged Windows 8.1 Pro Tablet running on Intel Core i5 vPro processor. It is drop/shock resistant of height up to 150cm and has a rating of IP65 for water and dust resistant thanks to its fanless design.
The base model will start from S$2,600 in March 2014 and it can be customised to fit a range of accessories such as mini serial port, ethernet port, 2D barcode reader, GPS and NFC through its configuration port.
Facebook has finally roll out the feature that lets you edit your Look Back Video, I am not too sure whether the feature has been rolled out to all users. Here is the direct link: https://www.facebook.com/lookback/edit/.
You will be able to choose a fix number of photos from the four categories of the Look Back video, namely:
I am using Google Chrome to download my own Facebook’s Look Back video.
Check out the screenshots below, if you are unsure.