More than 140 million people use Opera Mini

Now more than 140 million people used Opera Mini last month, with usage growing 83 percent in the last year. As of October 2011 Opera Mini usage has doubled eight times since its introduction. In the newest State of the Mobile Web report from Opera Software, it announced that ten countries in Asia each surpassed one million monthly Opera Mini ...

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[Insider] Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus in Malaysia, 2 weeks time

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will retail for RM1699 in Malaysia, same price as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. So far, we know that Celcom, Maxis and U Mobile are interested to offer this new tablet. The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus(P6200) runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb and has a dual core 1.2Ghz Exynos CPU. It has a 7″ PLS LCD ...

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[Insider] Celcom-Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

[Update 1]- As we said below yesterday, Celcom today launched the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, for as low as RM1288. ________________________________________________________________ Celcom Axiata will start offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 tomorrow in the Klang Valley. It will be available nationwide at selected Celcom Blue Cube outlets as well as participating Celcom dealers starting Friday. The 8.9″ Samsung Galaxy Tab retails ...

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[Update 1] BlackBerry Bold 9790 & BlackBerry Curve 9380 in Malaysia next month

BlackBerry Malaysia today announced that the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and BlackBerry Curve 9380 will be available in Malaysia early December via Brightstar Malaysia. [(L-R) BlackBerry Curve 9380 & BlackBerry Bold 9790] The BlackBerry Bold 9790 runs BlackBerry 7 OS, along with a 1GHz processor. It has 768MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage & supports micro SD card up ...

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Nokia Lumia 800 Disappointing Sales?

Nokia Lumia 800 is the flagship Windows Mobile Phone for Nokia and the company has been trying hard to convince the world that everyone wants to have it. Nokia recently said that the Lumia 800 broke pre-order records in the UK and demand remains high even after the phone hit shelves. However Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette disagrees. In a ...

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[Apps] MySOS for Malaysians

Local mobile application developer, JustMobile Sdn Bhd has announced a new smartphone app called MySOS, a must have app for Malaysians. With the MY S.O.S app, smartphone users can now access a variety and detailed list of emergency contact numbers, such as funeral services, the various government departments, hotels, taxi services, hospitals, cinemas, banks, highway breakdowns, the general line of ...

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200,000 UniFi Customers

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) that its High Speed Broadband (HSBB) service, UniFi now has a total subscriber base of 200,000 nationwide, passing the mark set for year-end target. UniFi is currently available at 77 exchange areas with more than 1.09 million premises passed. The areas include the 61 in the Inner Klang Valley as well as Nusajaya in Iskandar Malaysia and ...

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Indonesians 1st to get BlackBerry Bold 9790

Indonesia will be to first country in the world to get the BlackBerry Bold 9790 before it starts shipping to other countries. Announced last week in Indonesia, the BlackBerry Bold 9790 goes on sale in Indonesia starting November 25 for an estimated retail price of RM1638.(Rp. 4.599.000). The BlackBerry Bold 9790 runs BlackBerry 7 OS, along with a 1GHz processor. ...

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Adobe Flash Player don’t work on Android 4.0, yet

The latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) does not run Adobe Flash, for now. Adobe Flash has yet to support the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which runs on the latest Android operating system. Its not an Android issue or a hardware issue, it is because Adobe has changed its mobile device strategy, calls for HTML5 to replace Flash. In statement, ...

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Free Online Education Service from Maxis & The Ministry of Education Malaysia

Maxis Berhad (Maxis), and the Ministry of Education (MOE), today announced a “smart partnership” which will allow secondary schools in Malaysia to get free access to Maxis’ flagship education service leveraging on readily available school ICT infrastructure. The service is an alternative or supplementary online learning service which enriches the learning experience for students through encouraging different learning styles. Its ...

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