Oops, almost forgot about this. Happy Belated Birthday Windows 95!
Windows 95 was launched on 24 August 1995. It is a significant change from the older Windows 3.1. I still remember using Windows 95 for the first time in my Secondary School’s library. Took me some time for me to figure out how to use it. Before that, I was using MSDOS and Windows 3.1. Little did I know that 15 years later, some of the things that were on the Windows 95 are still seen in the latest Windows 7. Like start button and recycle bin.
I wonder who is still using Windows 95 now. Personally, I prefer Windows 98 which is much more stable than Win 95.
Happy 15th Birthday Windows 95. You still haven’t reach the legal drinking age yet. Haha.
Oh, here is some promotional videos done by Microsoft 15 years ago. They look kinda cheezy now. Maybe it is popular back then. Or maybe it’s already considered cheezy back then.
I don’t know about you, but somehow this reminds me of the Window 7 party video. Some things doesn’t change.
Good news for all Singapore BlackBerry users. You can finally buy Apps from the BlackBerry App World! FINALLY Lor. I’ve been hearing news that paid apps is coming to Singapore BlackBerry App World since late last year. I’m so glad that it is finally here. Well, to be fair, they aren’t exactly that late. Note that you still can’t purchase apps on Android Marketplace.
Apps can start as low as US$0.99. Payment for apps can be made via PayPal and Credit Cards. BlackBerry App World have a feature to charge your purchase to your next Telco bill. But this feature is not yet available in Singapore as no arrangement has been made between RIM and the 3 telcos. Let’s hope talks are in the way and we’ll be able to charge purchases to our Telco bill soon.
As much as I love free apps, sometimes you can’t deny the fact that paid apps usually have higher quality. So having a paid app section is always good for the mobile OS ecosystem.Let’s hope developers will make full use of this App World and start developing quality apps for BlackBerry.
BlackBerry also released their App World 2.0. The biggest improvement that I can see on the BlackBerry App World 2.0 is the addition of BlackBerry ID. BlackBerry ID let’s you manage app easily and seamlessly transfer all apps when switching to a new BlackBerry smartphone. If you have a BlackBerry, why not try it out?
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Interesting contest. But sadly, I haven’t got any epic laptop fail story to share. Wait… how about this?
I fail to have a epic laptop fail story to share with @LaptopFail. FML, can’t stand a chance to win a new laptop.
Hmmmmm….. nah…. this will not work. I need to try harder.