There's something popping under Starhub and ServTouch's hood, and it isn't popcorn. Join me as I unveil the secret venture between our local ISP and ServTouch Holdings' New Media division. Heads up to fiber enthusiasts reading this.
Build a software platform, and applications will follow. Likewise, an application needs an operating system to operate on. In essence, this relationship is so pervasive on our tech gadgets that it's migrating from tiny phones to huge TV sets. Big or small, most are already wired to the net. Everything is connected these days, isn't it?
Lest the title should mislead you, I was referring to the Samsung Galaxy S, and not the Milky Way. Having tasted the Eclair, I made a cautious leap to Froyo to see if it would resolve the occasional bug experienced with the integrated Android 2.1. Making the upgrade is easy, and here's a relatively painless way on how to enjoy the zippier Android 2.2 JPA build.
Factory visits to LCD plants can be boring, since we tend to get little out of it. Not to worry though. Here are some interesting insights on the assembly process of LCD monitors, plus a slightly digressive video on "Making Future Magic" to kickstart your long weekend.
Some think 94 dollars is worth forking out for, while others think it is outrageous. Should you prefer not to splurge too much moolah on the upcoming World Cup, here are some tips to get you connected to South Africa, one way or the other.