07 Feb '12, 2am

Latest: 65Bits #219: Cheaper Playbooks! AGAIN??

65Bits #219: Cheaper Playbooks! AGAIN?? [ 6:30 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download This start of the week, RIM slashes Playbook prices; Windows 8 without a start button; Kindle to ship outside the US; Rara.com launches in Singapore and new laws for 3G network coverage in Singapore. -NTT Background Music for 65Bits is courtesy of spinningmerkaba . Stories from this episode: RIM cuts BlackBerry PlayBook prices again Windows 8 Start button removed by Microsoft in ‘Consumer Preview’ Wi-Fi Kindle Touch available for international delivery Adobe REFRESH 2012 in Singapore on 24th February Streaming music service Rara.com launches in Singapore Singapore 3G networks to cover more of buildings, roads and tunnels with stricter rules

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