Qoo10 iPhone Android Apps

There are thousands of items on Qoo10 selling at crazy prices. I have bought a car mobile holder at $5.30 only. This could easily cost $20 at retail shops. A whopping savings of 50% and above.


I have bought this item using the
Qoo10 android app on my
smartphone. I complete the deal in less than 10 minutes.

You can opt to pay by credit card, PayPal, Earls, bank transfer, AXS or even at 7 Eleven store. Once the payment go through, u just need to wait for the sender to send the item. Once the sender sent the item, it will prompt u and ask you to confirm delivery of item. But only click this when u get the item.


Qoo10 android app allowed u to buy, track, confirm delivery and then write a review to get the stamps. The stamps is useful where u can use it to offset the buying price further.

How to earn rebates on Singapore MRT?

I get to know about Insinc recently when surfing the website while travelling on the MRT. It can actually give me rebates while travelling on the train. I decided to give it a go by signing up.

I enter my personal details and provided my EZLink CEPAS Card number. It takes me 2 days to get my account approved. And I was on the way to earning credits while travelling on MRT in Singapore.

You earn more by travelling during the decongesting hours which is before 730am or after 7PM. There are boast days which allowed u to earn more credits. Or Magic Box to spell out the rules weekly to let u earn more credits.

How to manually update your Nexus One to Android 2.3 Gingerbread | Android Central

Nexus One

The Nexus One’s over-the-air update to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread (erm, not Android 2.4) is starting to push out. But if you can’t wait (that’d be us), you can manually install the update. It’s the same thing as the OTA update, just, not OTA. Here’s how to install:

Owner of Nexus One, you do not need to wait for the OTA update. Beat the time by doing the manual update of your Nexus One to the Gingerbread Version.

iPhone Internet Tethering

iPhone internet tethering allow you to use your iPhone as a modem. You can use it to connect your laptop to the internet if you are not able to find a Wifi Network. Tethering is not available in all countries but we can use it here in Singapore.

To turn on Internet Tethering on iPhone
Go to Settings/General/Network/Internet Tethering and turn internet tethering on.

The laptop must have iTunes 9.2 or later install on it. You just need to follow the instruction  for the setup on your laptop. You may also refer to the Apple internet tethering troubleshooting guide by clicking here>>>

MND explains delay in approving Pasir Ris wet market – Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : The National Development Ministry has said there was a delay in approving a wet market in Pasir Ris because proposals submitted by the operator, Sheng Siong, were unacceptable.

The operator had taken over the lease last March.

Senior Minister of State for National Development, Grace Fu, explained: “It knew that it had bought the premises as a wet market as this was stipulated in the lease agreement.

Sheng Siong has disappointed Pasir Ris Residents by not operating a wet market but change to a supermarket concept. Is it a idea it is using to obtain the master lease and then convert it to a supermarket for the company own benefits?

Now it will affect the Chinese New Year Mood of the Pasir Ris Residents. Only Pasir Ris Residents will have the answers.

Redsn0w To Jailbreak iOS 4.2.1 For iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Released

Jailbreak iOS 4.1 for iPhone 3G - Redsn0w

iPhone Dev Team has released a new version of Redsn0w to jailbreak iOS 4.2.1 for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPod Touch 4G, iPod Touch 3G, iPad and Apple TV 2G.

Redsn0w 0.9.6b4 makes use of Geohot’s USB bootrom exploit used in limera1n for iOS 4.1.

Redsn0w 0.9.6b4 is available for both Mac and Windows users.

via www.iphonehacks.com

I am now able to jailbreak my iPad to release the potential of the gadget. Have you jailbreak your iPad or iphone?

Ministry of Health: Updates to the IVF mix-up incident

To ask the Minister for Health what is the outcome of the Ministry's investigation into the IVF mix-up incident and what will the Ministry do to reassure patients, both local and foreign, that similar incidents will not happen again in the future.

My Ministry has completed the investigation into the IVF mix-up incident at Thomson Medical Centre (TMC).  The investigators have concluded that the mix-up was due to lapses in procedures and human error.Assisted Reproduction Centres handle specimens from many couples.  To eliminate the risk of any mix-up, they follow a number of procedures in accordance with international best practices.  First, the embryologist will work on the specimens of only one individual or one couple, at a workstation at a time. Second, he will carefully label all the receptacles and instruments with the couple’s or the individual’s name.  Third, he will discard the disposable instruments such as pipettes, after each use.  This is to avoid any contamination.  Fourth, at every critical step, a second operator will counter-check that the specimens are transferred to the correct receptacles.The investigators found that the TMC IVF Centre had deviated from some of these procedures.  At the time of the incident, the embryologist was processing semen specimens of two individuals at the same workstation at the same time. The pipette used for transferring the specimen was reused, instead of being discarded after each step.  Even though it was reused only for handling the specimens from the same individual, it unnecessarily raised the risk of human error. This was particularly risky as there was no second person to counter-check that the specimens were transferred to the correct receptacles at every critical stage. These lapses in procedure contributed to the occurrence of a human error, and both led to the IVF mix-up in this case.Following this incident, my Ministry has directed all Assisted Reproduction Centres to strictly follow the correct procedures, if they have not been doing so.  My Ministry has also suspended the operation of the TMC IVF Centre. The incident has no doubt impacted the reputation of the TMC IVF Centre and indirectly affected Singapore’s reputation as a regional medical hub.  TMC has been responsive and has cooperated fully with my Ministry in the investigation.  They are determined to recover from this incident.  The key is full disclosure of the facts and immediate correction of any systemic inadequacies to ensure that similar errors will not recur.  This is the way to regain patients’ confidence and trust.   

This is the Singapore Ministry of Health updates to the IVF mix up that occur at Thomson Medical Centre. It has impacted Singapore as a regional medical hub status but we are determine to learn from our lesson as a nation.

LCentral Teachers No Show

My wife send my children to the LCentral for their lessons. But my daughter Amelia lesson was supposed to be at 430PM but it happen the teacher did not show up. The reception was really not well prepare and they call to inform my wife at 420PM. That is 10 minutes before the lesson was about to start.

The LCentral Reception must inform the parents at least 2 hours before the lesson starts. They should know that the teacher have not turn up for the day and prepare the parents for it. In this way, parents will not made a unfruitful trip to the Centre. This is an oversight by the staff of LCentral at the Woodlands.

LCentral staff at Woodlands should reflect on themselves and come out an countermeasure to ensure that it does not happen again. It inconvenient both the students and the parents.