Good news if you are a software engineer. Google is on a hiring spree in Singapore for its Singapore engineering hub.
The planned Singapore engineering hub will be the latest hub after Hyderabad, Sydney and Mountain View. The aim of the Singapore engineering hub is to support the company’s goal of reaching the next billion Internet users.
The Singapore engineering hub will initially focus on software development on the Google Android OS. They will also work on next gen technologies such as mobile data management, local communities, payment and commerce. These product and services are intended for emerging markets like India, Indonesia, Philippines and Brazil.
So check out the Google Singapore career page if you are interested.
Good news to all GoPro HERO 4 users. You can now live stream the video from your GoPro directly to Periscope via an iPhone.
Simply connect your iPhone to GoPro WiFi and make sure it is on video mode. Open the Periscope app on your iPhone and tap the broadcast button. A GoPro button will automatically be highlighted. Just give your broadcast a title and you are good to go.
Once you are live, you can double tap to switch between your GoPro and iPhone camera. There’s also a new button that locks your iPhone screen so that you won’t accidentally press anything while your iPhone is in your pocket.
This news came just in time. Periscope just recently announced that it can broadcast in Twitter timelines. All I need now is find a mountain with great 4G connection and live stream myself snow skiing with a GoPro.
Lunar New Year is coming and as usual LEGO is releasing a set for the zodiac animal of the year. 2016 is the Year of the Monkey.
All you need is to spend $88 and above to redeem the LEGO Lunar New Year Monkey (40207). You’ll also get the LEGO Red Packet if you spend $30 and above.
That’s not all. Spend $100 and above and you’ll stand a chance to be 1 of 10 lucky winners to win a 4 pax LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort 2D1N VIP package. Check out LEGO Facebook page for more info.