In this week’s episode, I answer question asked on twitter regarding where to purchase the Amazon e-ink book reader, the Amazon Kindle and the rumored Amazon Tablet. Keep watching the rest of the season! That’s right~!
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Most of the features of the Nikon 1 V1 are similar to the Nikon 1 J1. There are 4 major differences – The Nikon 1 V1 is made of a magnesium body; it has a electronic viewfinder with 1.44 million dots resolution; a horse shoe for external peripheral devices like a flash, GPS, or microphone; a mechanical shutter. Check out our Nikon 1 J1 video for more features.
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Nikon 1 is a new series in the Nikon camera line, also the first mirror-less cameras that Nikon is releasing. Nikon 1 J1 has a crop factor of 2.7, comes with 4 modes – Smart Photo Selector, Motion Snapshots, Movie Recording, Normal Shoot Mode. It has an impressive fast shooting up to 60fps and amazing autofocus.
Available in Singapore around end of October.
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The HP TouchPad powered by webOS, the gadget we could only appreciate after it’s no longer available (for now?). We’ve waited for years for a webOS device to reach our shores, and finally, the time has come, only to see it go away again.
Nevertheless, on this episode we take a look at what made us so excited about webOS, as well as a look at the hardware itself. All that and more, on this episode of Gear65.
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We love it when people send us gadgets that challenge us to attempt to break them. This time, it’s a microSDHC card by Samsung from MemoryCardZoo.com. How much damage can this tiny guy take? We’ll try to find out on this fun (muahahahaha!!) episode of Gear65!No comments
We’ve taken a sneak peak at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 several months ago, and now we get to check out the final retail unit that’s on shelves today! So what’s new on Google Android Honeycomb 3.1 and how has Samsung tweaked it to its own? You’ll have to watch our NINETIETH episode of Gear65 to find out!
Link: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
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This week we talk about 2 not-as-popular-as-iPhone phones and deciding between the 2 – the Nokia N9 or Samsung Wave 3 – both being available soon, if not already. Even finding someone who have heard of these phones is one tough puppy to yelp at. But of course, with Ask Jerrick, we will find the answers for you whether you like it or not! Keep watching the rest of the season! More mumbling and fumbling heading your way.
Little puppy dogs and all things cute,
This time I met up with my decade old high school friend – Ridzuan Ashim.
Although it has been more than 10 years, I’m always bumping into Ridz because both of our affinity towards technology and the vibrant hacker community in Singapore. I decided to catch a chat with him this time at the Hackerspace Singapore. As always Ridz never fails to give insights into various lessons that he has picked up along the way through his journey of building technology businesses.
Let’s hear from him about his pulses of yesterday, today and tomorrow! Good luck Ridz for Streetegy, his current startup that he plans to launch in the coming months. Let’s keep in touch 😉No comments
Hu Shunjie, Usergroup Manager for the Singapore Flex Usergroup
Hu Shunjie is the Usergroup Manager for the Singapore Flex Usergroup (FUG), a community with a common interest in Adobe Flex, Flash technology and Actionscript development, and organizes monthly meetings for the group. He currently works at Google as their Rich Media Specialist, managing innovations for Flah and HTML5 rich media campaign for Asia Pacific. Prior to that, he works as a Front-end developer for Seesmic, a company that produces social networking management tools for the web, desktop, and mobile devices.
Subhransu Behera, Senior Software Engineer, HCL Singapore Pte Ltd
Subhransu is a Senior Software Engineer at HCL Singapore Pte Ltd working on mobile application development. He has worked on a wide variety of IOS, Android and WebOS apps ranging from casual games to enterprise applications. Apart from mobile development, Subh is a passionate Ruby on Rails developer and is currently exploring SmartTV SDKs and building next generation TV apps. For more information, check out his blog at http://subhb.org/.
Project Manager from Stream Media Pte.Ltd
Hean Hong graduated from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science with (2nd class) Honor. Upon graduation, he has been working in CNET as a software engineer. His job scope includes development and maintenance of large Content Management System (CMS) for several countries (Southeast Asia, Japan, French, and UK). Multi-talented, Hean Hong is familiar with web, sever and mobile development, and has developed applications on the IPhone and Android. He is also one of the key pillars behind CodeAndroid Malaysia, and has outreached to developers in many technology and developer events. At Stream Media, he is in charge of managing projects and overseeing the whole project delivery.Posted by Mohd Hisham | No comments