Sunday, March 31, 2013

When the weather is cold…


… the more we cuddle together.

The amazing Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower 

I think the Tokyo Tower looks very elegant to me. I just can’t help but look at it whenever it is in sight. 

Outside the Tokyo Imperial Palace…

This was taken earlier this year and I was really impressed by the precision of the Japanese. This group of men carefully moved down the row of cones and ensured that they are all in line. I don’t know what this is for but hey, they were really serious about it.

Monday, March 25, 2013

The era of wireless storage is here!


I was very lucky to be invited to go on a ‘No Worries’ Road Trip with Seagate last Saturday. We started off at Newton and I was really surprised to see the Kombis parked at the parking lots.


Nope, I didn’t get to drive it but I think I can’t survive too long on the driver’s seat. Space was limited and I can’t really see what’s ahead of me unless I slouch my back.


From Newton, we made our way all the way to The Costal Settlement! It is a very nice restaurant with many retro items that I used to see a lot last time but not anymore now.

We had the good people from Seagate to share with us more on the Wireless Plus. 1TB = 1000GB now that capacity is really really…

…H U G E ~ ~ ~

What’s more, with the Wireless Plus, up to 8 devices can be connected at the same time – access to photos and videos and documents will be so much more smoother.

I guess the Wireless Plus is really good for those who are always on the go and they need to share documents with others. The Wireless Plus doesn’t require internet to work, so that is one less thing to worry about.

It is pretty light to carry around and I suppose it will be a prefect match with iPads or tablets. I mean, with the Wireless Plus, iPads and tablets will become giants with all that capacity.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Amazing HRM app!


I was ‘shopping’ around the Google Play Store and came across this free Heart Rate Monitor App. Out of curiosity, I installed the app on my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and compared the reading with my MIO Alpha HRM and the results were very close!

Seriously, I wonder what is the technology for the app to work.

If you are interested, you might want to try it for yourself: