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  1. A mobile phone has been hurt as a result of this unfortunate accident between a van and a pedestrian along Sophia Road heading towards Wilkie Road on 11th of September. As we can see from this video posted onStomp and ROAD.sg, the driver of this Nissan van seemed to be distracted and was not paying attention to where he was heading, knocking a poor pedestrian hard from the back. Clearly, the van driver is at fault here... According to the police, the 40-year old pedestrian was conscious when conveyed to Raffles Hospital. He could be seen clutching his head as the video was about the end. We hope all is well for him. And his phone! 52576251_174470654273041_5621453545594435322_n.mp4
  2. Blueray

    Shopee Singapore

    Started using Shopee a few months back and find this platform useful. Pros 1, Shopee prices are competitive 2. Option of self collection for some sellers Cons 1. Menu and search function takes some getting used to. Official stores on Shopee include : - Colgate - Unilever - Reckitt Benckiser (RB) - Spigen - SanDisk - Asus - Western Digital - Jabra - Chope - MamyPoko - Johnson's Baby - Kleenex - Blackmores - Nestle - Ayam Brand - New Moon - Omron - Brand's - GoPro - Huggies Overall range of products is probably not as extensive as Qoo10 or Lazada, but its got most of the stuff I need. Enjoy.
  3. zipping

    Android Phones

    https://www.techspot.com/news/72685-samsung-confirms-galaxy-s9-debut-mobile-world-congress.html Samsung confirms Galaxy S9 will debut at Mobile World Congress next month Not CES, as some predicted By Rob Thubron on Jan 10, 2018, 10:33 AM When Samsung certified its Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus handsets with the FCC last month, it was suggested that the phones would be unveiled at Spain’s Mobile World Congress rather than CES, which ends on Friday. Now, the Korean firm’s mobile boss has confirmed this: the devices will be debuted at Barcelona and not Las Vegas. DJ Koh confirmed the news to ZDNet at CES, though he never gave a specific date for the launch event. Mobile World Congress runs from February 26th to March 1, but some companies hold press conferences on the weekend before the conference starts. Last March, Samsung decided to hold a dedicated Unpacked event in New York to reveal the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, with the devices going on sale in April. As the timelines seem to have been put back a month for 2018, it's likely that sales of the S9 and S9 Plus will begin in March this year, the same month the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge (also unveiled at MWC) launched in 2016. Koh said the release dates for the new handsets would be announced next month. The mobile boss also spoke about Samsung's foldable phone, confirming that the company plans to launch the device sometime next year. He added that the UX was proving the biggest obstacle in commercialization, but hoped that production would start in late 2018. Additionally, Koh said a new version of Samsung’s AI would be launched this year. Bixby 2.0 will be here sometime in the next twelve months and will be supported on all Samsung devices, which presumably includes the likes of TVs and laptops, by 2020.
  4. Know there are previous threads on this. But the search can't turn up anything good beyond individual posts. Any places to get speedy repair for s9+screen? My friend recommended me Gary. But ordering in the part takes one week. So just wondering if got other alternatives.
  5. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/starhub-m1-announce-new-plans-for-data-hungry-consumers-9169150 Not that i use so much, but seems like they fighting off Circles.life.
  6. Need some help. I has lots of photos and videos of my 6 month old boy. But recently I accidentally deleted all of it.Now I wanted to recover it back. Any ways to do it? The photos and videos all in handphone.using note 3
  7. Xiaomi Sinks After Billions of Shares Are Unlocked for Sale Looks like its getting more reasonable to buy some. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-08/billions-of-xiaomi-shares-are-about-to-be-unlocked-for-sale Many Xiaomi Corp. investors, who could only watch as the stock shed $14 billion in market value, are now able to join in on the selling. Expiring Wednesday was the six-month lockup period that followed the company’s Hong Kong debut, during which some employees and cornerstone investors were banned from disposing of their allocated shares. It’s been painful: Xiaomi has dropped to HK$10.34 from a listing price of HK$17, losing another 6.9 percent Wednesday on almost seven times its average volume of the past three months.
  8. Huh?? Didn’t the petrol companies warned us last time NOT to use handphones at petrol stations as it can cause explosions??....
  9. Last night (1st May), I was turning out of Giant @ Tampines. Upon reaching Tampines Ave 10 towards TPE, I saw a TP bike whizzed pass me. Although I was on the phone, I was using my trusty bluetooth earpiece. The TP took a look at me and proceed on front. Then I saw the TP turning on his 'berry', stopping a Latio Sports. I think the driver wasn't so fortunate. He was also using his handphone but without an ear-piece. A gentle reminder to all. Talk all you want (M1's commercial) but please, use a ear-piece.
  10. Poor boy.. RIP... There's a lesson we have to teach our children. A phone is not worth your life. Let it be, get scolding from parent is still better than risking your life. http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/man-falls-4th-floor-orchard-gateway
  11. hello, any fans of the Japanese movie - battle royale? i was introduced by a friend there's actually this game call rules of survival that stimulate the game play as were in the movie - battle royale. the game can be found in android or apple store. probably we can do a team play and have fun together.
  12. therock

    Nokia 3310 returns!

    It's back and it's 3G :) http://www.straitstimes.com/tech/nokia-phones-officially-return-to-singapore-in-october-with-launch-of-retro-favourite-nokia SINGAPORE - After a three-year hiatus, Nokia mobile phones are officially returning to target Singapore consumers. The first of them is the revamped version of the classic Nokia 3310. The talk-and-text-centric phone from the year 2000 will be on sale here in October, and will work on Singapore telcos' 3G networks. The Straits Times understands the handset will go for less than $100 at all major retail outlets here, making Singapore one of the first in the world to sell this 3G-compatible "dumb" phone. Finnish start-up HMD Global, which owns rights to the Nokia brand, believes that demand will come from consumers wanting to relive their nostalgia, and parents of young children. The redesigned Nokia 3310 was first launched earlier this year in select markets as it worked only on 2G networks. It was not available here as Singapore shut down its 2G networks in April this year. "We underestimated the demand in some markets which are switching off or have switched off their 2G networks (including in) Singapore," an HMD Global spokesman told The Straits Times. It decided to support 3G on 3310 "to allow more people to enjoy a modern classic reborn". http://www.straitstimes.com/tech/smartphones/nokia-relaunches-3310-snake-game-and-6-other-things-about-the-old-and-new-iconic
  13. Anyone notice that Ah Beng Mobile Phone shops are sprouting every where. They sell the same 2nd hand mobile phone goods, then the Ah Beng owners sit at counter slapping flies or playing PSP. Not much business. How do they survive? I think the same question could be asked for all those shops with no business. How do they survive overheads?? Puzzling
  14. This incident happened yesterday at Hougang St 61. One brainless Ah Lian crossing the road too engrossed talking to handphone when crossing the road without checking for oncoming vehicle. I hope that I have made her wake up her stupid idea and she has learnt the greatest lesson of her life! Enjoy the show and Pleaseeeeee do not use handphone when crossing the road.
  15. Jeffc

    Sharp High Tech Handphone

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQtIlxe_ZkY RoBoHoN
  16. As a father reading this, I'm heart broken and my blood is boiling at the same time. You don't realize how f**ked up some people can be until you read news like this.
  17. Picnic06-Biante15

    Brand New S$3 Andriod HP Coming Your Way...

    Xioami listed as cheapest HP had been broken.......... Here comes S$3/- Android HP with Andriod 5.1 Lollipop, 1.3 GHz, 1 GB RAM and 4 GB storage space. Yahoo : Don’t laugh. This Indian company has just launched world’s cheapest smartphone priced at US$1.34 The Namotel Acche Din has a 4-inch display, runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, powered by 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and has 1 GB RAM and 4GB storage space With US$1.34, you could probably buy 2.5 kg of tomatoes in India but not a smartphone. Oh, wait. From today, you can buy a smartphone for less than US$2.00 in India. Bangalore-based company Namotel has announced in a press conference that it has launched the world’s cheapest smartphone, priced at INR 99 (US$1.34) — which is cheaper than Freedom 251, priced at US$4, launched by another Indian firm (The company is, however, under investigation for misleading the public). Christened Namotel Acche Din (Namo is apparently the nickname of Indian PM Narendra Modi), the ’cheaper-than-the-cheapest’ handset will be available for booking between May 17 to 25, 2016. According to the company, Namotel Acche Din has a 4-inch display, runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop, and is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core processor. It has 1 GB RAM and 4GB storage space. The smartphone brand will be available only in India on cash-on-delivery basis. Those who have an Aadhaar card can register on its site and book the phone. Acche Din (means good days) comes with one year warranty. For handset and accessory defects under normal use circumstances and at the discretion of the company, Namotel shall provide free-of-charge repair and/or replacement services within the warranty period, it claims on its website. The company is promoted by Madhava Reddy, who claims to have worked as a relationship manager in the Axis Bank’s Home Loans. Established in 2016, the company looks to promote the ‘Make in India’ initiative launched by Modi. In February, Ringing Bells launched Freedom 251. However, it ran into trouble after Kirit Somaiya, leader of India’s leading political party BJP, filed a formal complaint against the company for allegedly violating India’s IT Act for being dishonest with its product claims. Somaiya had alleged that it was impossible for a smartphone manufacturer to price a phone at US$4 without carrier subsidies. In February, he described Freedom 251 as a ponzi scheme. link : https://sg.news.yahoo.com/don-t-laugh-indian-company-just-launched-world-044024944.html
  18. Lala81

    Samsung S6/S6 edge

    I got this phone few weeks back. 64gb, gold color. no edge for me. too gimmicky. Have to say that this phone is really good. Touchwiz has been minimised (not completely) but good enough so that there's less lag. This camera is really good. And I'm comparing with my wife's Iphone 6. Same and maybe even better. Supported by DXOmark review of the S6 Edge (exact same phone except for the edge thingy) http://www.dxomark.com/Phones I really like this camera, darn it's good. Way way better than my old Z. And in auto mode, definitely better than the Z3 by a lot. Battery life is decent. No longer have removable battery/SD cards. Upside is that the phone is very nice to hold compared to comparable Z3 (which i originally wanted to get).
  19. My wife's iphone's screen protector has a crack. How to remove the previous glass protector ar? (to change to a new one) Any one with experience got pointers? other than brute force lol...
  20. Source: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153209282974874 https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153209282974874
  21. And so I came across a friend's post on Facebook this morning about how he managed to retrieve his mum's mobile phone from someone who took it (whether she misplaced it or what is not the main point, the main point is that he managed to get it back from the person who took it and I'm sure not many of us are that lucky). I personally had my own mobile phone, a iPhone 3GS stolen from me at Parkway Parade many years back. I made a police report, had CCTV footage to back me up but nothing was done. And oh, it was a job done by two guys from China. Ok back to the main topic. I'm sharing it here for awareness as many of us know we can track our phone but have no idea what app to use or how to go about doing it and since he is unable to start a new thread as he hasn't clocked 25 posts, I'll do it for him. Here is his encounter. @y2kjericho86 if you are able to reply, do share with us, or anyone knows of other apps that can help, please share with us too.
  22. Now you can get police to do this for you?? since when they bother to do such thing?
  23. Background Handphone driving is an inconsiderate and dangerous act that poses a threat to other road-users. It distracts the drivers and reduces their ability to control their vehicles and react to changes in road situations. In the late 1990s, with the proliferation of handphones in Singapore , a corresponding increase in the number of drivers using their handphones while driving was observed. This raised concerns among other road users. The legislation prohibiting handphone driving (Section 65B of RTA) was then introduced in 1999. To ensure that the legislation only applies to drivers who blatantly disregard the safety of other road users by using their handphones while driving, 3 conditions were stipulated. For the offence of handphone driving to stand, ALL the following 3 conditions must be fulfilled: (a) the vehicle is in motion; and (b) the driver is holding on to the handphone with one hand; and © the driver is communicating with any person with that handphone. [Para 2© includes making phone calls, paging for someone, receiving a call by pressing the keypad, and reading, writing or sending SMS.] The purpose of setting the three conditions is to ensure that drivers who have no intention to commit handphone driving will not be caught by ambiguous rules. For example, a driver who simply holds a mobile phone but is not using it to communicate while driving will not have committed an offence of handphone driving . However , if by doing so, the driver loses attention on the roads and fails to maintain proper control of his vehicle, he will still have committed an offence of driving without due care or reasonable consideration. Similarly, the spirit of the law is such that the driver who uses his handphone is only a menace to other road users if his vehicle is moving. Hence, drivers who use their handphones while their vehicles are stationary will not be caught by this rule. In short, Traffic Police do not take action against motorists for handphone driving simply because there is a handphone on the passenger seat or beside the driver. Traffic Police will only take action when our observations show that all the three conditions for the offence of handphone driving are concurrently present. Below is a list of most commonly asked questions, along with the answers to each of them, to facilitate public's understanding on this matter. If you require clarification, you may email us at SPF_Feedback_TP@spf.gov.sg 1. Why did Traffic Police enforce against handphone driving? Handphone driving is an inconsiderate and dangerous act that poses a threat to other road-users. The act of using one hand to hold the handphone to communicate while driving distracts the drivers and reduces their ability to control their vehicles and react to changes in road situations * But it is perfectly legal to put one hand on your passenger's lap and communicate with him/her while driving In the late 90s, when the use of handphones became popular in Singapore , we noted a corresponding increase in the number of drivers using their handphones while driving. This raised concerns among other road users. The specific provision against handphone driving (Section 65B of RTA) was then introduced in 1999. 2. What constitute handphone driving? To ensure that only drivers who blatantly disregard the safety of other road users by using their mobile phone while driving, 3 clear conditions were stipulated. For the offence of handphone driving to stand, ALL the following 3 conditions must be fulfilled: (a) the vehicle is in motion; and (b) the driver is holding on to the handphone with one hand; and © the driver is communicating with any person with that handphone. [Para 2© includes making phone calls, paging for someone, receiving a call by pressing the keypad, reading, writing or sending of SMS.] The purpose of setting the 3 conditions is to ensure that drivers who have no intention to commit handphone driving will not be caught by ambiguous rules. For example, a driver who simply holds a mobile phone but is not using it to communicate while driving will not have committed an offence of handphone driving. However if by doing so, the driver loses attention on the roads and fails to maintain proper control of his vehicle, he will still have committed an offence of driving without due care or reasonable consideration. Similarly, the spirit of the law is such that the driver who uses his handphone is only a menace to other road users if his vehicle is moving. As such, drivers who use their handphone while the vehicle is stationary should not be caught by this rule. In short, Traffic Police do not take action against motorists for handphone driving simply because there is a handphone on the passenger seat or beside the driver. Traffic Police will only take actions when our observations show that all the three conditions for the offence of handphone driving are concurrently present. 3. What is Traffic Police's advice to motorists with handphones in their cars? Because of the seriousness of the offence, Traffic Police urges all handphone users to make use of handsfree sets to answer their calls while driving. [Note: The use of handsfree is permitted provided the driver does not hold on to the handphone or the handsfree kit itself.] Alternatively, motorists who wish to use their handphones could also ask their passenger to make or receive a call on their behalf. If travelling alone, motorists should drive to a carpark before making the call. 4. What are the penalties for handphone driving? With effect from 1 July 2000 , all handphone driving offenders will be prosecuted in court, regardless of whether the motorist is a first-timer or repeat offender. A first-timer convicted of phone and drive offence shall be liable to 12 demerit points and a maximum fine of up to $1000/- or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or both. He/She may also be disqualified from driving. The offender's handphone and SIM card will be seized to facilitate investigation. These may be forfeited by the court upon conviction. 5. Examples of Handphone Driving: Scenario A (Paging for someone) Page for someone, with or without earpiece, using one hand to hold on to the mobile phone while driving. Scenario B (SMS/MMS message) Writing, Sending, and Reading SMS/MMS messages from someone, with or without earpiece, using one hand to hold on to the mobile phone while driving. Scenario C (Making a Call) Making a call, with or without earpiece, by pressing the keypads and was holding handphone in one hand while driving. Scenario D (Receiving a Call) Receiving a call, with or without earpiece, by pressing the keypads and was holding handphone in one hand while driving
  24. this auntie next to me damn solid ... handphone on steering wheel watching show. light turn green ... she use 2 thumbs to hold the phone in place on the steering wheel ... and continue driving and watching ... (my passenger was watching her all the way driving and looking up and down .. even when she turn steering wheel, the show turn together sia ...) unfortunately, my car cam only caught a glimpse or 2 of her driving + watching show. she has truly harnessed the power of multi tasking to the next level. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2MGCfWDtjs
  25. from Yahoo: Apple to probe death of Chinese woman who used iPhone when it was charging Reuters
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