If you are using a recent Apple with a default install of Mac OS X version 10.6.6 or higher, and have problems getting OS X to detect your Yes 4G Go USB dongle despite plugging/unplugging your dongle 5000 times – this may be of some use. 1) Open Terminal 2) Remove your USB dongle 3) […]
Here’s some food for thought at 5:42AM on a random Monday morning. Our good folk in MCMC/SKMM have been so kind to “protect” us recently with the “requirement” that Internet connections sold should be able to reach 80% of the subscribed line speed. What this means to the random subscriber is that if he/she signed […]
So, yet another New Year is upon us… big whoopdedoo!!! Here’s a quick round up of what happened in 2010 according to the Gospel of biatch0. Telekom Malaysia (TM) announces UniFi – The FIRST Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) solution in Malaysia. Obviously, it isn’t so cool when you take into consideration that no other ISP could possibly […]
Something odd I thought of last night (this morning) as I decided to take another nap… Yes has been receiving all kinds of flack lately with regards to their use of the term 4G. Personally, I did not approve of shady gimmicks like that… and as such, I saw fit to also demonize them for […]
And they’re in the news again for the wrong reasons… Starting to feel a little sorry for them!!! There are also some other interesting “rumours” floating around, so the next week or so should be exciting!!!
OK, maybe it isn’t leaked… but anyway, I’m sure everyone has seen the camera phone picture posted online by now. Since the info didn’t come from me, and that information is now public record… time for me to break it down for everyone. According to the image: 9 sen = 3MB or 1 min voice […]
So, the long awaited YTL Communications wireless broadband solution had its soft launch tonight. The actual product launch will be on the 19th of November 2010 (barring some major catastrophe or other). Let’s have a quick run through of what little information was released tonight: We will be three to five times faster than existing […]