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Apple iPad is finally in Malaysia and begin sale from 30 November 2010


Finally and Officially! Apple iPads are now selling at retail outlets in Malaysia. Therefore, you don’t require buy or purchase the unit that parallel imported from Singapore, Hong Kong or others. This is exactly 7 months after the first launch of iPad in USA since April 2010.

The official iPad at stores now! In fact, it is much cheaper than Singapore’s iPad.

Apple iPad with Wi-Fi

16GB – RM1,549
32GB – RM1,849
64GB – RM2,149

Apple iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G

16GB – RM1,999
32GB – RM2,299
64GB – RM2,599

Retailers Contact Details

Apple Premium Resellers:

• Epicentre, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur +603 2141 6278/ 6378
• Epicentre, IOI Mall, Kuala Lumpur +603 8075 0870/0871
• Machines, Lot 10, Shopping Centre +603 2142 5009
• Machines, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur +03 2171 2633
• Machines, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur +603 2282 3996
• Machines, Sunway Pyramid, Selangor +603 5633 2998
• Machines, The Gardens, +603 2287 6787/ 5787
• Machines, City Square (Johor), +607 227 2606
• Mac Studio, Bangsar Shopping Centre, +603 2282 1799
• Mac Studio, Berjaya Times Square, +603 2145 1799 / 2143 1799 / 2143 9799
• Mac Studio, Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur +603 2145 4799/9799.
• Switch, Plaza Gurney, Penang +604 229 5591
• Switch, The Mines Shopping Fair, Selangor +603 8948 9591
• AVE, Kinlap, Brunei
• Avelectronics, The Mall, Brunei

Harvey Norman:

• Bukit Tinggi, +603 3326 2631
• Mid Valley +603 2282 2860
• Ikano PowerCentre, +603 7718 5200/5223
• Sunway Pyramid, +603 5622 1300
• Queensbay Mall, +604 630 8210

World's first V8 Supercar powered skateboard from Australia


The Aussies prepare a special skateboard for Tony Hawk and he will demonstrate the monster at the Telstra 500 V8 Supercar race in Sydney next weekend.

This V8 engine is tuned up with MoTeC M48 ECU.

10 Best Apple iPhone and iPad Musical Performances


In this digital era, many things can be eliminate or turning to be unnecessary for amateur or expert including Musical Instruments Kit.

Thanks to some rather spectacular apps, Apple’s mobile devices have shown an amazing potential for music creation. I have selected 10 most popular videos that show artists performing with iPhones, iPods and iPads.

Stroll below to watch some varied and innovative uses of many different Apple products across all kinds of musical genres and performance.

Yoari & iBand

Stanford's mobile phone orchestra

The Mentalists

The iPad orchestra

Atomic Tom



iPad band

Lang Lang

Gary Go

California Warehouse Fire Began in Neil Young's Hybrid Car

A fire at a San Francisco Bay area warehouse where singer-songwriter Neil Young stored memorabilia started in a vintage car the singer had converted into a hybrid vehicle in a much publicized project to promote fuel-efficiency. The car powered by Bio-diesel too!

Anyway, Neil Young will need to rebuild it again!

YTL's Yes 4G Price Rate Table


19 Hours : 45 Minutes to go before Yes 4G launching their Mobile Internet Services with Voice.

Here goes the 'Yes' rate table for you

3 Megabytes = 9 sens
1 SMS = 9 sens
1 Minute of Voice Call = 9 sens

YTL's Yes 4G Mobile Internet with Voice

In Malaysia, YTL Communications will be launching its Yes 4G Network Service on 19th November 2010. The services claimed to be 5X faster than 3G networks. The services will bundle with internet and voice services together.

You can now pre-register your yesID @ www.yes.my and book your Yes ID with 018 number now!

I have given a demo unit to test their 4G network. I did some speed test and “bittorrent”. The speed is reasonably responsive and fast. I have downloaded a total of 870MB of TV Shows all in less than 1 hour.

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Just a few easy steps to get started!














The above screen shots are test results conducted in Damansara Perdana. In addition, I have tested in Subang Jaya which got speed above 5mbps!

Just 5 more days from now! Let's prepare to see the true revolution of 4G Network!

Singapore Airlines crew refused to fly their Airbus A380 with Rolls-Royce Trent 900 Engine


Singapore Airlines is to replace British-built Rolls-Royce engines on three Airbus A380 planes after crew refused to fly one of the jets from London.

The superjumbo was flown back to Singapore without passengers after oil was reportedly spotted on one of the giant turbines while at Heathrow airport.

Engines on this airliner and two others in Australia will be replaced with new versions of the same model which exploded on a Qantas jet last week.

Shanghai Lady Drives Off Her Chevrolet Captiva Together With Tow Truck

This interesting video clip is found in YouTube. Must Watch!

A Chinese Chevrolet Captiva owner is angry that her SUV is going to be towed so she gets into her car, starts the engine, and begins driving off...while pulling the tow truck with her.

Apparently, the Chevy Captiva is quite powerful! But I suggest you not to try it. :) Enjoy~!

Qantas grounds entire A380 fleet

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A double-decker plane, flight QF32 bound for Sydney from Singapore, was carrying 433 passengers and 26 crew when it ran into trouble shortly after take-off and had to return to the city-state’s Changi Airport leaving a trail of smoke.

No one was injured during the emergency landing after the plane experienced "significant" engine failure six minutes after take off. Qantas said the Airbus A380’s second engine had ‘‘shut down’’.

Following the dramatic mid-air explosion of an Qantas A380 engine, the airline has grounded the entire fleet of its largest aircraft. Two A380 flights from Los Angeles would be grounded tonight, as would one in Sydney.

Speaking in Sydney late this afternoon about today's incident, Qanta's chief executive officer, Alan Joyce, said the aircraft and its engine were new. ''We have decided that we will suspend all A380 takeoffs until we are fully comfortable that sufficient information has been obtained about QF32,'' he said. ''We will suspend those A380 services until we are completely confident that Qantas safety requirements have been met.''

"Queen of the Nürburgring" or "fastest taxi driver in the world"


BMW unscripted is a series about people, talking about their life, passion and joy with the brand BMW. No script, just real people.

In this clip featuring Sabine Schmitz, who also known as the "Queen of the Nürburgring" or the "fastest taxi driver in the world".

She earned these nicknames for lapping the German race track more than 20,000 times (according to her own estimates), mostly behind the wheel of the famous BMW M5 Ring Taxi. Other highlights of her carrier include two wins (in 1996 and 1997) and a third place finish (2008) at the 24 Hours Nürburgring.

Sabine got involved in the world of racing as a young child, when many famous drivers and motorsport personalities stayed at the Schmitz family hotel in Nürburg. As a result, all three Schmitz sisters started racing, but only Sabine had real success.

What is inside the car of a Life Insurance Agent?

How do agents traditionally greet each other?

"Hi. Nice to meet you. I´m better than you."

So, what is hidden behind them? They need a lot of motivation to keep going... 

Therefore, they put a lot of sticky notes on their car dashboard to keep reminding them. MUST ACHIEVE! :P

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2011 Honda CR-Z Mugen - Limited 300 units in US

Wanted to go Hybrid but... wanted something more sporty? Honda CR-Z is the only way to go!







No performance upgrade or whatsoever...

The package only includes a full Mugen body kit, a front grille, rear wing spoiler, 17-inch “XJ” aluminum wheels, sport mats, a unique black aluminium shift knob, a billet aluminium oil-filler cap and special unique serial-number plaque

Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2011


Lonely Planet has drawn on the knowledge, passion and kilometres travelled by its staff, authors and online community to present the Top 10 Countries to visit in 2011.  

From the new book, Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2011: the best trends, destinations, journeys and experiences for the upcoming year.



Not so long ago, when the Balkans were considered an 'only for the brave' travel destination, only the bravest of the brave trickled into Albania. Since backpackers started coming to elusive Albania in the 1990s, tales have been told in 'keep it to yourself' whispers of azure beaches, confrontingly good cuisine, heritage sites, nightlife, affordable adventures and the possibility of old-style unplanned journeys complete with open-armed locals for whom travellers are still a novelty. Sick to death of being dismissed with blinged-up crime-boss clichés, Albania has announced 'A New Mediterranean Love' via its tourist board. The jig is almost up – Albania won't be off the beaten track for much longer.



Famous for samba, football and cinematic scenery, Brazil has always been known for celebration (Carnaval being the most obvious manifestation of this national joie de vivre). Yet, Brazil rings in 2011 with even more cause for jubilation. Winning the bids to host both the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is undertaking a flurry of new projects, with billions of dollars earmarked for infrastructure (there's even discussion of building a high-speed rail line between Rio and São Paulo). Despite the strong Brazilian real, travellers should benefit from the addition of thousands of new hotel rooms, while increased competition from low-cost airline carriers (including Azul, established by the Brazilian-born founder of JetBlue) should make travel across this vast country more affordable.



Cape Verdeans might have known about the wider world forever, but it seems that the wider world is only just opening its eyes to Cape Verde. On the surface this is hardly a surprise; the country appears to be nothing but a blink-and-you'll-miss-it dot of dust floating off the coast of Africa, but the islands have recently started catching sideways-glances from European winter-sun tourists. This growing international interest is bringing enormous changes to an archipelago that looks and feels as if it were born from a Caribbean mother and an African father.



The belly button of the Americas, Panama has rhythms that hip-hop between modern and primitive, such as the line of skyscrapers and container ships set against clear seas and dense, dark rainforest not so far away. For many, the culture of commerce has defined this tiny tropical nation, best known as the world's most famous shortcut. Yet its treasures – from millennial indigenous cultures to a biodiversity that astounds – run far deeper. Panama was always there, but who knew? On the world map and in the ether of sentiment, Panama occupies a continental crossroads where the 21st century meets the dawn of the ages.



For those who looked, Bulgaria has always had its moments – in its biggest cities, on its snow-capped peaks and great-value ski fields, on its golden-sand beaches and in ancient Black Sea port towns. Yet, over the years, with history's contribution, Bulgaria has got lost amid its more famous neighbours. But things are changing. Now proudly part of the 21st-century EU, Bulgaria has enjoyed more attention – and self confidence. Its ski slopes are de facto destinations for Europeans looking for cheaper alternatives, empty patches of lovely Black Sea beaches can still be found, and its quietly brilliant wine industry is flourishing.



For those in search of authentic experiences, Vanuatu is hard to beat. From mighty mountains and thunderous waterfalls to remote villages, from huge lagoons to tropical islets, there's so much on offer, far from the crowds. Don't expect ritzy resorts and Cancun-style nightlife; with a good choice of family-run guesthouses in traditional villages and a smattering of comfortable, romantic hideaways, it's tailor-made for eco-tourists. With 83 islands, you're spoilt for choice. Vanuatu has recently seen an increased number of direct flights from Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji and the Solomon Islands – go now, before the secret's out.



Italy is a beguiling, beautiful, charismatic mess. The press might be largely owned by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, stories of corruption, bribery and sex scandals might be everyday news, and the economy might be in the doldrums, but this is still one of the world's most magnificent places to be. The food is delicious, sunshine is plentiful, scenery and towns are sublime, and there is millennia-worth of art to look at. There are 44 Unesco World Heritage Sites here, more than in any other country.



It's true, Tanzania is a place of great marvels – Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar… But that's not all. It also has great herds of elephants in Ruaha, tree-climbing lions around Lake Manyara, chimpanzee sanctuaries in Gombe and Mahale and packs of wild dogs in Selous. There are also sunsets on the Rufiji River, when the water boils with hippos and crocodiles. In fact, the country has the whole panoply of east Africa's wildlife – including such rarities as the red colobus monkey, black rhino, hawksbill and leatherback turtles and Pemba flying foxes – concentrated in an unrivalled collection of parks and reserves. So you think you've seen it all? We're betting Tanzania still has a surprise or two for you.



Heard the one about Bashar al-Assad and the US Ambassador? Well it's no joke. After five years of cold-shoulder treatment relations have thawed and Syria is officially off the naughty step. There's a definite upwardly-mobile attitude taking over the streets, thanks in part to the state-controlled economy slowly being overhauled and the noose of the 'Axis of Evil' tag no longer hanging around the nation's neck. Savvy tourists can lord it up like a pasha, staying in lovingly restored Ottoman palaces and sipping cappuccino after shopping it up in the souq. But with all this modernisation it's good to see some things are still the same. Out east the Bedouin still herd their scraggly sheep and welcome strangers into goat-hair tents for tea.



Japan has an ill-deserved reputation as an expensive destination where the English language is in short supply. But US$100 cuts of Kobe beef and the occasional Lost in Translation moment aside, Japan is surprisingly affordable and user-friendly. Before you go, stop by your local travel agency and purchase a Japan Rail Pass, which grants you unlimited access to the country's sophisticated transport network. While Tokyo was ultimately unsuccessful in its bid for the 2016 Summer Olympics, the campaign resulted in increased English signage across the country. So, if Japan has been on your travel wishlist for a while, make this the year that you finally see the birthplace of sushi, sake and sumo.

Why is Open Text the Leader in Enterprise Fax?

A short illustration of the power of Open Text partner integration.

Ramp-Activity with Toyota Land Cruiser Prado and Hilux Pick-Up