Lenovo Ideapad V360 Battery Life and Benchmark Results

Yesterday I lugged both my Macbook Pro and Lenovo Ideapad V360 to a business network meeting. I seriously thought it was insane and unnecessary to weigh myself down. However, the weight increased wasn’t back breaking. Thank goodness. Lenovo Ideapad V360 General Battery Life If you’re constantly browsing the web, the battery will last you a … Read more

Ideas for Malaysia Advertisers to Reach Starbucks Customers

Right now, I’m sitting and chilling (literally) at a Starbucks outlet. Brrr. Anyway, if you’ve used the free Internet here before you’d know there’s a compulsory landing page you bypass when you access the Internet. The landing page screens an advertisement from a sponsor to keep the WiFi free – yeay. 🙂 On this screen, … Read more

Boost Your Website with Video

Video is becoming the next mainstream media for the web. Flash may be more interactive but video hosting websites like YouTube have made it possible to interact with a video. Create your website in YouTube! It was a great idea to capture attention and boldly tell others BooneOakley isn’t your average advertising agency. Ideas like … Read more

BarCamp Malaysia 2009

I missed out on a great BarCamp Malaysia this year. I attended the first one held last year organized by the same folks. However, this year’s BarCamp looked awesome and we had live micro-blogging (via Twitter) from the speakers as well as the participants. Awesome! Here’s a quick video done by thebackpackr to summarize the … Read more

WordPress 2.9 Features You Definintely Want

Maybe WordPress 2.9 started on the wrong foot with the weird CURLPROTO_FILE bug. But after watching the introductory video of Carmen (WordPress 2.9) I’ve decided to not think about the bug at all. I never knew the WordPress team had made this new version so much more. Instead of me having to describe it in … Read more

iPhone Upgrade From Firmware 1.1.4 to 2.0.1 Success

Despite owning an iPhone in Malaysia for almost a year, upgrading my iPhone firmware still gives me the chiils to the bone. I don’t know why but it might be because I don’t want to damage this delicate and fragile iPhone. And, I do remember sharing how to Unlock the Apple iPhone 1.1.1 in Malaysia last year.

The process to unlock and jailbreak an iPhone in Malaysia or elsewhere is almost worry free now. Unless you share my worries too, not wanting to brick (break) your own iPhone. But yes, I took the leap earlier yesterday evening to upgrade, jailbreak and unlock my iPhone from firmware 1.1.4 to 2.0.1. Skipped over 2.0 right away – no biggie. 😉

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