If you’re the unadventurous sort who won’t wander further than your local neighborhood park, perhaps the newly updated Google Street View will be the perfect tool for you to explore Singapore – without having to leave the comfort your house.
Aside from the streets and roads of Singapore, a whole list of new locations have been added to Google Street View. These places were chosen through a poll that was conducted among Singaporeans. The poll, jointly organised by the Singapore Tourism Board, asked citizens to nominate the places they’d like to see the most on Google Street View.
So which are Singapore’s best places to explore, as chosen by Singaporeans? We have famous landmarks such as the Singapore Flyer, Haw Par Villa, Fort Canning Park, One Fullerton and the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, which will now appear larger than life on your computer screen. All of this made possible with the help of the Street View cars which successfully captures a 360 street- panoramic view of that particular area. Check out the video we’ve posted to see what you can expect when exploring these areas.
In a bid to redeem their 12 year long relationship with their customers after the recent service disruptions, RIM has announced that it will be offering a selection of free premium applications to its users.
Tap it or bump it and you’ll instantly be able to share it. It’s nothing salacious either, just the new Blackberry Tag function that was unveiled today by Mr Jim Balsillie, co-CEO at Research in Motion, at the GITEX conference in Dubai.