Singapore Loves Facebook

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Last year, 40 percent of Singaporeans were on Facebook. This year, the proportion of Singaporean Facebook users has increased. As of today, 48.9 percent of us are connected on the social networking site. The figure is derived by dividing the total number of Facebook users in Singapore (from Facebook ad platform) by the total population. […] Related posts: STATS: 40% …

Top 10 Technology Trends on Twitter 2010

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Twitter has released its 2010 year in review. Under the technology trend category, Apple took 4 out of 10 possible spots. The top tech spot belonged to ‘Apple iPad‘. The other three most mentioned Apple products were ‘Apple iOS’ (3rd), ‘Apple iPhone‘ (4th) and ‘MacBook Air’ (9th). The next technology company that was most mentioned is Google. […] Related posts: …

Top 10 Rising Google Searches in Singapore 2010

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Google has released this year’s Singapore search trend results. It became obvious that most Singaporeans are Apple fans when both the iPad and iPhone are on the top ten rising search list. But Microsoft still managed to clinch top spot on the rising search list with xinmsn. Xinmsn is an online entertainment portal through joint effort […] Related posts: Search …

Betty White’s “Saturday Night Live” Gig Dominated Hulu

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The Betty White-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live led last week’s Hulu viewership stats — just one more sign of success for the episode that was NBC’s most-viewed on the air in 18 months. NewTeeVee reports that five clips related to the show and the full episode stream were among the top 20 videos between May 3 and 9, even …

Blippy User’s Credit Card Number Found in Google Again [WARNING]

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We posted news yesterday that Blippy, the site for sharing your credit card transactions with friends, had inadvertently made full credit card numbers of some users visible in Google searches. Blippy responded that the situation was “a lot less bad than it looks”, since only 127 transactions and 4 credit cards were affected. (We’d argue that’s still a major issue …