DiGi is doing a Chinese New year offer for its iDiGi plans from now until 28th February. For those who signed up or upgrade to their higher iDiGi 138 and iDiGi 238 Plans, you’ll get RM288 worth of extra savings.
This RM288 however isn’t a discount for the iPhone 4. However it is RM288 worth of extra DiGi to DiGi usage for calls, SMS and MMS over a span of 6 months. To break it down, that’s actually RM48/monthly for 6 months. Don’t assume this is a discount as you would still need to pay your minimum monthly usage bundled with your iDiGi plans. In other words, you are able to make more calls within DiGi for free but if you hardly use it, this isn’t much value to you.
For more information, visit the CNY Promo page here.
Update (17012011 0255hrs): We’ve posted a video on how multitouch works without the need for a home button on the iPad. Take a look here.
Boy Genius Reports had revealed something interesting on the next generation of iPad and iPhone. They had a tip from their Apple sources that Apple will make a drastic move to remove the physical home button from the design. It was apparently mentioned earlier that Apple was looking forward to remove the button from the iPad design and that seems to be happening in the next release.
So how do users get back to the home view then? BGR was told that multitouch gestures will be coming their way to iPad in the next iOS 4.3 release which probably be the new way to navigate your way to the home screen. It is possible that a gesture of 4-5 fingers is needed to return back to the home screen.
We can’t wait to see how it is done ourselves and we could be seeing this pretty soon on the iPad 2 release.
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Google Translate for Android has just received a new update after a year since launch. The interface offers a cleaner look and there are more language options including Malay, Chinese and other Asian languages.
Since translation is commonly required for communication, the new version also does SMS translation which allows you to translate incoming messages easily. There’s also a new conversation mode which allows you to speak by voice and the app will read out the translated message back to you. Perfect for travelling to foreign land but as usual, there’s always some margin of error when it comes to voice to text recognition.
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