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Youtube : Olympics Channel

International Olympics Committee (IOC) announced that they will stream the London 2012 Olympic Games on YouTube! .Imagine that! You can now watch the Olympics for absolutely free online, on Youtube! IOC’s YouTube channel will consist of 11 different simultaneous high-definition broadcasts all with English language commentary. There will be 10 live feeds from London 2012 that runs from 9am to 11pm (London time), together with a 24-hour broadcast of Olympic News Channel which includes summaries of the latest results, general…

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Technology

Access Wikipedia For FREE!

Digi subscribers in Malaysia can now access Wikipedia for absolutely FREE! This is part of a Wikipedia’s collaboration to offer free mobile access to Wikipedia. How come? Wikipedia Zero, a project launched by the Wikimedia Foundation to offer free mobile access to Wikipedia in emerging countries, expanded into Asia for the first time this week via a partnership with Malaysian operator Digi, opening access to more than 10 million subscribers in the countries To access this service, log on to…

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Malaysia

Unifi Package Upgrade Offer

I have been happy with my internet speeds at home since i upgraded to unifi. I only have a 5MB connection which im happy about but always wondered what a 10mb or 20mb would feel like. TM has launched a promo where you can upgrade your speed or even if you are on Streamyx and want to shift to the faster Unifi. 3 months free, looked pretty good at a glance so like every offer, there is the Terms that…

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Technology

Angry Anna Hazare Game

A few days after my Anna Hazare posting i find this one! Looks like everyone wants a piece of the frenzy and some capitalizing on it as well! One such impressive interpretation is Angry Anna. The game is developed by Noida based Geek Mentors Studio. Angry Anna is dangerously close to being an addictive game and will suck you right into the Anna mania that is gripping the entire nation. The game play is simple. Anna Hazare and his cohorts…

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