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100 Million iPod Sold

Tuesday 10 April 2007 @ 11:29 pm

iPod‘s fans have made history as Apple announced yesterday that there have been 100 million iPods sold to date, since its launch in November 2001! 100 million sold in five and a half years is incredible and there is no doubt iPod is still the pioneer in music player industry.

100million ipod

Aside from making history, one of the good side effects from this incredible sales is that it brought sales to other products too.

The iPod has also sparked an unprecedented ecosystem of over 4,000 accessories made specifically for the iPod that range from fashionable cases to speaker systems, and more than 70 percent of 2007-model US automobiles currently offer iPod connectivity.

Anyway, if you want to know more about iPod, Wikipedia has a very detailed page for it.

Exabytes RM0.99 Domain Crazy Sale

Tuesday 6 March 2007 @ 11:47 am

I have blogged about some crazy domain sales from Yahoo and GoDaddy before. Today there is another unbeatable crazy sale of domain name, this time is from one of famous local hosting companies, Exabytes!

They are now selling .com, .net & .org domain names at only RM0.99!! Yes, the price is quoted in Ringgit Malaysia!
Exabytes claims this is the cheapest offer and the FIRST in Malaysia to offer such a price! I do agree on this.

Exabyes Promotion
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Exabytes RM0.99 Domain Crazy Sale

Ringgit To US Dollar Gone Below 3.50 !

Wednesday 7 February 2007 @ 2:18 pm

After been labeled #2 most influential blog in Malaysia, I better write something related to the blogphere here. Well, since many bloggers in Malaysia are earning through blogging these days, we should really pay attention to the currency exchange.

Sad to say that we don’t always get good news from this blog. Yesterday, the foreign exchange rate Ringgit Malaysia (RM) to 1 US Dollar has dropped below 3.50 since November 1997 during the economy crisis in Malaysia. The exchange rate was 3.4963 as at 5.32pm yesterday.


Please note that the rate at 3.4963 is just the market exchange rate, you will have lower rate when you exchange locally, depending on which bank you exchange with. In other words, the bank will buy your US Dollar at a lower rate than 3.4963.

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Ringgit To US Dollar Gone Below 3.50 !

No More Dell HDD MP3 Players

Monday 6 February 2006 @ 3:31 pm

Dell hdd mp3 player

It’s sad to know that Dell is going to stop producing its harddisk based portable mp3 players. However, Dell Ditty, a flash memory based mp3 player with 512mb capacity, will be remain in production.

In fact, Dell quietly discontinue all high end Dell DJ series in late December and early January without doing much announcement regarding this incident.

“We saw an opportunity to streamline and consolidate our portfolio,” Dell spokesman Liem Nguyen said. “We made a decision to transition from the hard-drive products to flash players at the beginning of this year.”

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No More Dell HDD MP3 Players

Google AdSense Offers Referral Program Now

Saturday 5 November 2005 @ 4:44 am

GoogleWhile checking my pathetic Google AdSense income 2 hours ago, I found that Google just updated their Terms Of Services and started offering referral program to its users.

As you can see just right above the title of this entry there is a Google AdSense banner. For you information, this banner attached with my referral ID and it will redirect you to Google AdSense sign up page. According to Google AdSense, I will NOT get any benefit until you reach your first USD$100, so please feel free to sign up now via the banner. Once you have signed up as a Google AdSense user, you can start putting advertisement on your website and earn from the market leading pay-per-click scheme. For Bloggers/Blogspot users, you can also sign up via the banner, then follow some easy steps to put advertisement into your blog too.
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Google AdSense Offers Referral Program Now

Adobe Acquisition Of Macromedia Approved

Friday 14 October 2005 @ 2:41 pm

Quite a number of acquisitions and merger are going on in the IT industry lately, here come another one, though it’s still in the proposal stage.

Adobe announced on Oct 13, 2005 that they have already granted clearance from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for the acquisition of Macromedia. In fact, back in April, 2005, Adobe has confirmed a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia and eventually got approved after 6 months.
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Adobe Acquisition Of Macromedia Approved

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