Sony TV raises the bar again

Simply brilliant. Sony raises the bar once again since their Bravia TV advertising where they used colorful balls that bounce their way down the streets of a city. That made an impact on how advertising TV sets can be made vividly exciting. This time round, they did it again by offering more than what they have done. Raising their standards, they took 8 million colored petals to a volcano in Costa Rica. The petals represents the 8 million pixels in their new Sony 4K televisions. All these are not enhanced nor created by a computer. They are solely done in natural execution. Completely the real deal. Mad. Awesome. Amazing.

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Revel Jeans

Levi’s jeans have always been a part of my childhood since I was in college. Most of us would rock in our vintage Levis with a pair of Jack Purcells or Converse. Over the last couple of years, sales for Levis jeans have been on the slump here in Singapore. While, the brand might be slipping here in Singapore, it isn’t looking that bad on a global scale. So far, they have got a new formula, a revolution that combines liquid shaping technology with a perfect fit. The Levi’s Revel. “Shapes. Lifts. Lengthens.”

Check out this video which features really nice looking girls with sleek moves.

Microsoft Office on iPad

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Wow, i think it is about time that Microsoft would bring on the Office onto iPad. Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft mentioned the use of touch user interface for Office on iPad. In the Gartner event in Florida, he mentioned that it is imperative for the iPad to have the touch first user interface. It is said that the touch first interface is “in progress” and Microsoft plans to release it earlier to the Windows version and the iPad edition following it.

Qi Lu, Microsoft’s head of applications and services mentioned that the company isĀ “working on touch-first versions for our core apps in the Office suite” and that it will bring these apps into the Windows devices as well as other devices which is tailored to their needs. I believe office is commonly being used by most people and with its popularity and its long rooted history, it is a smart move to introduce Office onto the iPad. Now, we can have work on the go. Looking forward to more news of this upcoming launch.