Social Networking sites such as Facebook is not just about networking, it has become a life documentary. Whatever a person goes through in life is all recorded in this big web of sharing with the rest of the world. It is so intense that you could probably tell a person from his Facebook timeline.
Here’s a video made by Maxime Luère about the life of “Alex Droner” on Facebook, from the moment he signs up until his very last log out. Check out the video after the jump!
DiGi subscribers can now download music from DiGiMusic with their very own iPhone App. This makes music purchase easier and cheaper for iPhone users as DiGiMusic is a subscription based service. For a mere RM5/month, you can download from a range of 500,000 songs from Universal Music and Sony BMG Labels.
Unlike iTunes, this app manages your music separately from the iPod app as it uses a different file management. Basically you would need to use the same app to listen to the songs. By default, the app supports 100 songs but this can be changed to support up to 500 songs in the settings.
Before you go on a downloading spree, the RM5 music subscription fee does not include data charge so it is advisable to get a data plan first. Read up the FAQ for more details here.
Download the App from iTunes here.
Earlier on, we had a peek on a new Droid 2 dubbed the Droid 2 Global. While it looks almost the same as the original Droid 2, the Motorola Droid 2 Global spots a faster 1.2GHz processor and supports both CDMA and GSM. Also bundled in are more productivity tools and also remote data wipe functionality.
So far we haven’t seen any official announcement but Verizon Wireless had revealed the details piece by piece without much obvious attention. Now there’s even a video for it.
Check out the introductory video after the jump.
He doesn’t go terrorising the lives of people but he is seen following Galaxy S users wherever they go. Doesn’t it remind you of DiGi Yellow Man? Perhaps they are hinting that Darth Vader = Apple as portrayed previously as being envious of Samsung Galaxy S users.
Watch the full TVC after the jump
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 is finally offered by DiGi after a long wait of ROI process. As usual, DiGi’s blackberry devices are bundled with its DG Smart Plan which is a mobile internet focused plan at RM68/month. Just recently they started charging extra RM10/month for BIS service, making it RM78/month for Blackberry users.
The BlackBerry Torch is sold at RM2299 outright which is similar with Maxis. This is slightly more than Celcom‘s RM2188 RRP pricing. However if you go on contract, the Torch is yours for RM1499 over 24 months or RM1749 over 12 months.
For more information on DiGi’s BlackBerry Torch 9800 offering, head over here