65Bits Episode 137: The episode that doesn't end

This is the last episode for Jerrick as he will be returning to England to continue his studies. But don’t worry, he will be back in December for the holidays. This week, we talk about the war between Singtel and Local iPhone Developers, MOE hugs Google Apps and we are still listening to music the same way. But something is going to change the way we boot our PC.

Daniel, DK, Farinelli, Jerrick, Justin, Nicole

Stories this week:

[1:05] SingTel vs Local iPhone Developers
[7:10] MOE Adopts Open Standard Internet Email and Collaboration Services for Over 30,000 Teachers
[15:10] Sony Ericsson’s motion activated MH907 headset could change things forever (update: or not)
[17:50] Phoenix Instant Boot BIOS starts loading Windows in under a second

[21:35] Byte of the week: Chrome Frame on IE

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  • NTT

    Hmm.. Can we confirm if it’s 30% of total, or 30% of what the developer gets.. Cos it’s different.. 30% of developer’s = 30%*70% ~= 20% of total so developer will get 50%, singtel 20% and apple 30%. Just to be accurate..

    Oh and you guys missed the fact that if you sign up for AppZone and earn more than 10K, the percentage that Singtel gets increases.. 😛

    Also, are you allowed to have a free app on the App Zone?

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