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  1. therock

    WhatsApp to Introduce Ads?

    https://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news-whatsapp-said-be-working-introduce-ads-ios-app Bad news.. If you are using WhatsApp on the iPhone, ads could be coming your way soon! WABetaInfo, who has a solid track record of providing accurate information about upcoming WhatsApp features, claims that Facebook is already working on introducing ads to the iOS version of the instant messaging app. Ads will reportedly appear within the WhatsApp Status where you typically share photo and video montages to your contacts. It is not known how these ads will be targeted. Facebook could associate phone numbers with user profiles on the social networking site. The ad feature is said to be still in testing phase and may take a while before it is implemented. As and when that happens, users may flock to other instant messaging apps such as Telegram.
  2. The design is just like the EURO coins New design Euro coins
  3. The Hyundai-Kia train and its full head of steam don't look likely to give out any time soon. To wit, the company has been adding style to its price and fuel frugality, and technology isn't being left out. The Sonata Hybrid is on its way for next year and will boast better mileage than the 35-mpg Elantra Blue, and now the company has announced it will be engineering stop/start ability into much of the H-K model line in America over the next two years. We won't see those cars until "the next product cycle" in 2012, but when we do, the projections are that it will yield three percent better fuel economy. True, that might only take the Sonata Hybrid up to 38/40 mpg, but who knows how much a gallon of gas will cost by then
  4. Its bloody long overdue for gahment to intro ethanol petrol (E5, E10 etc...). Ie. Ethanol mixed in regular petrol. Europe and US already using it for a long long time and we don't even have? Even Thailand have it. Ethanol fuel is usually slightly cheaper than regular ones (apart from premium petrol), thus we save $$$. Ethanol will also boost RON rating and thus we get higher grade petrol. So is it because they earn less thus don't want?
  5. Hi there , look at this There's also pics of the cab and interior , PIW friendly. http://www.smrt.com.sg/Upload/20089221523767896.pdf
  6. From http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../373403/1/.html --- Singapore Armed Forces to introduce new combat uniform in 2009 By Lynda Hong, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 03 September 2008 0238 hrs Photos 1 of 1 SAF new combat uniform SINGAPORE: Singapore's men in green will be seeing a new combat uniform from next year. Some 300,000 servicemen will eventually be wearing the new SAF combat uniform with high-tech pixelised patterns on it. The patterns replace the large green patches on the old outfit. The new material maintains the camouflage effect even when viewed through night vision devices. It is also designed to be used in war zones that extend beyond the jungle. Colonel Tan Chor Kiat, Chief of Staff, HQ 9 Division, Infantry, Singapore Armed Forces, said: "When you talk about urban terrain, you are really looking at a very unique characteristic where the opposing forces can co-exist within the same urban terrain in a very volatile system. "Consequently, the soldiers are going to get shot at a lot more often, and at a much shorter distance." According to the SAF, the new uniform increases detection time by 30 to 50 percent in the urban environment, making it harder for enemies to find their targets. It is also made from better quality fabric, which helps dissipate sweat and heat away from the body quicker, and comes with ergonomic features such as extra padding and pockets. It will be introduced to all servicemen over a three-year period starting from 2009. The first to receive the new uniforms will be recruits from the January Basic Military Training intake, as well as active personnel and NSmen in their sixth and seventh In-Camp Training years, while the rest will get theirs in 2010 and 2011. NSmen currently in their seventh to ninth years, however, will not receive the new uniform. SAF said this phased approach takes into consideration the wear and tear of servicemen's existing uniforms. - CNA/de --- Heng my unit completed 7th year liao. For me, I left one more before ROD! IMO, the uniform looks
  7. Hi fellows, I really annoyed by the dust sticking on my dash board and ICE due to static. No matter how I clean the interior of my car, I can most sure to find dust one day later. I don't even wind down my windows! I wonder is there a interior detailing product that comes with antistatic property, and could help me with my situation? Care to share? Thanks
  8. Proton is not the only one with a sedan modified to go the hybrid way - the Koreans have their Kia Rio Hybrid for display at he 77th Salon de l
  9. Hi everyone, Need help to introduce Suzuki SE coz me want to buy SWIFT... And what are the freebies that they usually give?
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