Selamat Datang Youtube to Malaysia !
Quoted from Official Youtube Blog
“While YouTube has already been available in Malaysia’s most widely spoken languages — Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese, and English — having a Malaysia-specific homepage can now deliver the most relevant videos for Malaysians as well as make it easier to highlight great content from our local partners such as KRU Studios. If you’re in Malaysia, the site will automatically detect your location and send you to the Malaysia page. Anyone else interested in Malaysian content but outside the country can just as easily get to the homepage by just selecting “Malaysia” in the Location section at the bottom of the page.”
YouTube Malaysia is part of Google’s continued localisation of products and services. Malaysia is the 42nd country in the world to have a localized domain.
For Photos – http://kampungtoys.com/2012/03/22/youtube-malaysia-launch-event/
Last week, Apple informed Google Voice Mobile developer Sean Kovacs that he could resubmit his app to iTunes and that it would most likely be accepted. True to form, Kovacs recently submitted Google Voice Mobile to the iTunes App Store where it was subsequently welcomed back with open arms. Early on Sunday morning, Google Voice Mobile appeared on iTunes where it’s now available as $2.99 download. You can check it out over here.
It was a absolute turnover from the July 2009 decision whereby Apple rejected Google’s mobile software program “Google Voice” from the iTunes App Store. Google then come out with an brilliant HTML5 solution to enable all the IGadget ( Iphone, Ipad, Ipod ) to continue utilizing Google Voice.
Just in case that you still do not have any idea what is Google Voice, Do View the Short Introduction Clip below …
1. Open up any rapidshare download link and click download as Free User
3. A message will appear that won’t show anything else but the number 0, go ahead and click OK on the message.
4. The download button will immediately appear and you can start your download immediately.
The latest interactive ‘Google Doodle’ comes days after the company celebrated its 12th birthday with a special ‘Buckyball’ logo. Users are able to bounce the ‘balls’ that make up the Google logo around the screen, before they eventually regroup to write the word Google. To view Google Doodle you can go to the country websites of google such as :-
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