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  1. Ingenius

    Health screening packages

    What health screening or checkup packages (not for car) are among the popular ones out there, and what to look out for ? Are the neighborhood clinic ones as good as those offered by hospitals ? How often do you do health sceening, and how comprehensive the coverage should be ? Please discuss and share experience, thanks.
  2. Cracked screen protector almost causes Malaysia man to amputate thumb https://www.asiaone.com/malaysia/cracked-screen-protector-almost-causes-malaysia-man-amputate-thumb Most of us are guilty of using cracked phones and screen protectors until they are absolutely falling apart. But be warned — even if you don't get cut, you could still get a nasty infection. A man in Malaysia had to be hospitalised and almost lost his thumb after playing games on his smartphone despite a cracked screen protector, according to newspaper Harian Metro. Azuan Iqbal Abdullah Sani, 23, said that he had been using the cracked screen protector for four months. His first inkling that something was wrong was when he noticed that his right thumb was swollen and had some black spots about three weeks ago. Azuan visited a doctor who diagnosed him with a bacterial infection and prescribed antibiotics and painkillers. However, his thumb continued to swell and the pain only worsened even though there was no visible wound. After visiting a private hospital, Azuan was told that he had to undergo surgery to save his thumb from being amputated. Azuan underwent surgery to remove the glass shards embedded in his thumb as well as the infected flesh, reported another newspaper Sin Chew Daily. "It was shocking to know that my finger would have to be amputated if I had delayed treatment," Azuan told Harian Metro in Malay. "It is my fault that this happened since it is easy to replace the screen protector. I hope that others will immediately replace their cracked screen protectors so that they don't become like me," Azuan said. He has been discharged from the hospital and is recovering. Let Azuan's story be a cautionary tale to all of us to fix our cracked screens and replace our cracked screen protectors. Smartphones are already causing health issues like "skull horns" and "text neck". Let's not add "deadly bacterial infection" to the list. kimberlylim@asiaone.com
  3. stand aside apple, samsung and huawei ... here comes the ultimate phone !! (at an ultimate price too !!)
  4. Xiaomi's insane concept phone Mi Mix Alpha is almost all screen https://www.asiaone.com/digital/xiaomis-insane-concept-phone-mi-mix-alpha-almost-all-screen Xiaomi's Mi Mix phones have always pushed the envelope in terms of design. The first Mi Mix was stunning, with super slim bezels on three sides, quite a feat at the time. Similarly, the Mi Mix 3 went with a sliding camera mechanism to achieve a front that was nearly 100 per cent screen. Having said that, it's taking things up several notches this year with the Mi Mix Alpha, which is, well, almost entirely composed of screen. The Mi Mix Alpha has a "surround display" that wraps around the entirety of the device. The only places that aren't displays are the top and bottom edges of the phone. Accidental touch inputs are clearly a concern, but Xiaomi says it has a working palm rejection system in place to deal with that. The power button is located on the top, but there are otherwise no physical buttons anywhere. Instead, the phone features pressure-sensitive volume buttons on the side. In addition, the pressure-sensitive areas can also be used as triggers while gaming. Other components are hidden under the display as well, including the fingerprint reader. Like the original Mi Mix, the Mi Mix Alpha lacks an earpiece and relies on ultrasonic vibrations to emulate the functions of one. To keep the weight down, Xiaomi has gone with a titanium alloy construction that is supposedly stronger than stainless steel. Like the Mi 9 Pro 5G, the Mi Mix Alpha also comes with 5G capabilities, but the necessary antennas are all housed in the bar at the back of the phone, which also holds the cameras. This does mean that the display at the back doesn't quite convey the same immersive feel that you get from looking at the phone from the front, but there's no denying that the design is still really outlandish and quite impressive. The black bar is made from ceramic, while the cameras are protected by sapphire glass. The triple-camera setup comprises a 108-megapixel camera that can take photos at a whopping 12,032 x 9,024-pixel resolution, a 20-megapixel ultra-wide camera with 1.5cm macro capabilities, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and dual phase detect autofocus. There's no need for any front cameras this time around, since you can just flip the phone over and use the rear cameras and display to take a selfie. The Mix Mix Alpha has some beefy specifications too, including the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor, 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. The 4,050mAh battery supports 40W wired fast charging. However, even though Xiaomi says this is technically a concept phone, it'll still be making its way to market in small quantities. The phone will cost a hefty 19,999 yuan (S$3,900) and go on sale in December. This approach mirrors the one Xiaomi took with the first Mi Mix. In comparison, the Mi Mix 2 was a more mainstream device with wider availability. It's not difficult to see why Xiaomi doesn't want to mass produce this phone. The design is cool but not very practical, posing obvious issues in terms of durability and battery life. What's more, you can't even slap a case on it to protect it.
  5. I am sure many of our bro/sis used this before. What is your thought ? Care to share your experience. The "Mini Electron" is selling for $380 with installation and 1 year warranty. Thinking of giving it a try. Many thanks.
  6. There’s nothing in the world quite so cynical as advertising. Most of us just accept it as a fact of life, which it is. For some of us there’s always a little growl of annoyance at the back of our minds whenever we’re forced to put up with someone trying to sell us something. On one hand, a reasonable decision has to be that anyone selling anything needs to make consumers aware of what’s available. You can’t always rely on buyers to actively seek you out. Advertising is fair enough, on that basis. On the other hand there have always been limits to how pervasive this commercial intrusion into our lives can get. Roadside billboards, radio ads, TV ads and printed ads are a passive attempt to engage with people with money to spend. They’re fine. You don’t have to pay attention if you don’t want to, even though lots of people do nonetheless. No one can argue that you don’t sometimes gain useful information from advertising. It’s good to know, for example, that there’s a car parts shop half an hour’s drive from your house that you didn’t know about, and never would have known about if not for advertising. On the other hand, the age of connected devices has brought with it a very different type of advertising. We’re talking about pop-ups, banner ads that are impossible to close down, and pre/mid-roll on videos. These are the commercial realities of the digital age. Advertising helps keep publications like this running, so it would be mighty hypocritical of us to call it all bad. But it’s about to get worse. This week we learned of a system built by an American company called Telenav. It will allow advertisers to pipe their commercials directly to your car’s media screen when the car is stationary. Adverts you never asked for and never agreed to accept. This, we have a problem with. Adverts will be delivered either under threat of financial penalties if you don’t ‘choose’ to watch them, or with a bribe-shaped discount on the cost of your connected car services if you do watch them. It depends on which way you want to look at it. A Telenav spokesperson said: With technology already able to check which way your face is turned and which way your eyes are looking, the car could know whether you’re watching these commercials or not. It may even pause them if you look away, or refuse to let you access the net until you’ve watched the whole advert(s). Forgive me if I’m being over-dramatic, but that sounds like being held to ransom in your own car. Your car is your personal space. It’s a private cocoon that you keep exactly the way you want it. You make it look the way you want, you make it sound the way you want and you make it feel the way you want. Your choice of model alone is a reflection of who you are, even if the car itself is unmodified. It’s yours, and only you should get to decide what goes on inside it.
  7. Ender

    Screen For Life

    With our National Day rallying us to fight Diabetes. First thing, get yourself screened. In just a few more days, from 1st Sept 2017, those above 40years Singaporean can get themselves screen for diabetes, high cholesterol for only $5, CHAS holder $2. FAQ https://www.healthhub.sg/programmes/61/Screen_for_Life?utm_source=LBDHH
  8. Little_prince

    Iphone crack screen repair.

    Anyone got any lobang for iphone cracked screen repair? thanks.
  9. Used to watch EPL outside st James .. Think it was the biggest screen I can think of. As it's known anything cheap doesn't last In sg. It has folded .. We skip the pubs and bars coz most of the clubs do telecast. So any makan spot to watch the games? Any sharing would be appreciated. Tks
  10. Anyone knows where to repair if there is discolouration on the MFD screen ? thanks.
  11. 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...
  12. Hi all, Hope someone can advise me where to buy screen protector for a 4.3" GPS device. Those I see outside are usually for handphones. Even at Daiso don't have this odd size. Thanks.
  13. Van

    Screen mirroring

    Anyone has successfully done screen mirroring from their phone and tablet to their TV? Pls share your experience how can it be done? Can't find solutions on the net... I am trying to do screen mirroring through the blue ray player Thanks!
  14. Why I get this blue screen of death when plug in my Galaxy Notes? I used to have this blue screen problem with my faulty Notes charging port, but after the charging port replacement, I still get the same problem? Are there other problems with my Notes??
  15. Any bro here know where to get Autoglym Wind screen /Glass Polish? I have went to standford tyre in changi, C4 in Suntec, some DIY shop & pertol station, but can't find it
  16. Count-Bracula

    BIG screen movie . . . HAR HAR!

    Only in China can this happen . . . what a waste. Cum see
  17. Any one using note 2 lte encounter this prob? Refused to rotate screen. Got to off on hp then can work But problem will come again after a few days.
  18. Deckbuild

    Ipad 2 screen cracked. ..

    Anyone change their ipad 2 screen before? How much and where can I change it?
  19. Anyone know what's the ballpark figure to repair/replace ipad 2 with a cracked screen? All the repair websites don't state price... If too expensive might as well buy new one....
  20. Jj5599

    Cracked iphone screen

    Hi, Appreciate the help.. I was quoted cost of getting one to one exchange replacement iPhone 4 is $330. How about repair and where to go? I was also thinking just buy protective cover and stick over it since cracks are concentrated at a corner of the screen. Thanks
  21. Little_prince

    Samsung S3 screen crack while charging...

    hey guys. here's the story. I plug in my phone left it over night to do the software update and when i woke up in the morning, i found it cracked. i googled online and there's a few cases out there that they suspected that glass cracking may be due to over heating. anyone with similar experience?
  22. Illogical ++ http://sg.news.yahoo.com/saf-to-lift-camer...ps--report.html
  23. Just bought this phone and been running around sunny Singapore for screen protector and casing, but can't find any. Anyone knows where to get? Thanks in advance.
  24. Hi all, I am driving Toyota yaris and is looking for touch screen DVD cd audio/video player that can fit into my car. It will b gd if it can be connected to iPod n iPhone n able to act as reverse parking monitor. Any bro can recommend? Thanks in advance.
  25. Anyone already have this in your Gen2/Persona? Looks good leh ... need some 1st hand comments before committing ... 2-din dvd player
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