Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak wears a RM 133,000 (USD 33,000) AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while scheming on how to “receive more donation” from the people!
Mar08

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak wears a RM 133,000 (USD 33,000) AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while scheming on how to “receive more donation” from the people!

The picture above shows Najib Razak wearing an AP Royal Oak Offshore watch while praying. He must be thinking hard how he can get out of his current situation with 1MDB. It is such a coincidence that he would buy a watch with the name Royal Oak Offshore, considering most of the stolen money through 1MDB is channeled via Singapore, Switzerland, USA and Cayman Island. To bring your focus to the elegant time piece, below is the...

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VVBridal in Bahau Town, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia that shamelessly stole and plagiarized other bridal studio’s photographs finally apologizes, but damage done!
Feb01

VVBridal in Bahau Town, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia that shamelessly stole and plagiarized other bridal studio’s photographs finally apologizes, but damage done!

A well known Kuala Lumpur based Wedding Photographer was horrified when he found out that his hardwork and amazing photographs he took for his customers in Santorini were blatantly plagiarized and the original couple has been replaced with another couple. The original couple outsourced the poster printing to another wedding studio in Bahau, Negeri Sembilan without realizing that their precious photographs would be maliciously used for...

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China’s online Ponzi scheme stole $7.6 Billion from investors!
Feb01

China’s online Ponzi scheme stole $7.6 Billion from investors!

  Weeks of police investigation have found substantial evidence that online peer-to-peer broker Ezubao cheated about 900,000 investors out of more than 50 billion yuan (7.6 billion U.S. dollars). The P2P platform had been in operation for 18 months when it was shut down by police in December after conducting transactions involving 70 billion yuan. Most investment projects featured on the company website were fake, a police source...

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Malaysian Airlines Autopilot brought MH 132 originally from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur on the wrong direction until Pilot realized and corrected the course!
Dec27

Malaysian Airlines Autopilot brought MH 132 originally from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur on the wrong direction until Pilot realized and corrected the course!

Malaysia Airlines plane took off in Auckland and flew in the wrong direction – and the pilot didn’t realise until he asked why he was heading towards the Southern Ocean The plane flew south to Melbourne instead of north to Kuala Lumpur Pilot noticed flight MH132 was going in the wrong direction He called the controllers and then steered it back to the route Passengers were unaware and the mix-up is being investigated   A...

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iPhone 6 is out and read on to find out what the review says about the “new” phone from Apple!
Sep26

iPhone 6 is out and read on to find out what the review says about the “new” phone from Apple!

Today you will be able to purchase Apple’s iPhone 6S or 6S Plus — the eleventh and twelfth versions of Apple’s popular smartphone. ​Should you buy it? Or should you wait 12 months, when Apple inevitably unveils the iPhone 7? Thankfully, Apple lifted the review embargo a few days ago, releasing a deluge of opinion on analysis on the iPhone 6S and 6S plus. Here’s what tech journalism’s best and brightest have to...

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Hong Kong government wants to systemically remove its iconic Neon Signs!
Aug12

Hong Kong government wants to systemically remove its iconic Neon Signs!

The stock image of Hong Kong is populated with neon signs; like the neo-noir dystopian landscape of Blade Runner, the city’s layers are made up of glowing symbols and architecture. It’s sad then, to see these signs—a sight that has greeted locals and tourists for the better part of the century—on the brink of extinction as the government has deemed them “illegal” slated them for systematic removal from the streets. Last...

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US intelligence confirms China has been spying and reading US Gov emails since 2010!
Aug10

US intelligence confirms China has been spying and reading US Gov emails since 2010!

China’s cyber spies have accessed the private emails of “many” top Obama administration officials, according to a senior U.S. intelligence official and a top secret document obtained by NBC News, and have been doing so since at least April 2010. The email grab — first codenamed “Dancing Panda” by U.S. officials, and then “Legion Amethyst” — was detected in April 2010, according to...

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Lexus created a working hoverboard prototype!
Aug04

Lexus created a working hoverboard prototype!

  Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus said Wednesday it has created a hoverboard. Yes, a hoverboard — as in something that looks like a skateboard without wheels that can hover above the ground like the character Marty McFly rode in theBack to the Future movie trilogy. “It works. It’s not a hoax,” says spokesman Moe Durand. Lexus says it won’t be sold. It’s for demonstration purposes. It operates...

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The SETI Institute and NASA announces the discovery of Kepler 452b, the most Earth-like planet ever encountered
Jul23

The SETI Institute and NASA announces the discovery of Kepler 452b, the most Earth-like planet ever encountered

The SETI Institute and NASA have confirmed the discovery of Kepler 452b, the most Earth-like planet ever encountered. Located in the Goldilocks zone of its host star, this planet would have “just the right” conditions to support liquid water and possibly even life. This extraordinary world was spotted by the Kepler Space Telescope and is the first confirmed planet among over 500 potential candidates being added to the mission’s...

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Josh Greenberd, Founder of Grooveshark, found dead in his apartment. He was 28 years old!
Jul20

Josh Greenberd, Founder of Grooveshark, found dead in his apartment. He was 28 years old!

Grooveshark co-founder Josh Greenberg, a pioneer in Gainesville’s student startup movement, was found dead in his bed Sunday evening by his girlfriend in the house they shared. He was 28. Lori Greenberg, his mother, said Monday she was told by police who investigated Sunday night that there was no evidence of injuries or drugs. She told police he had never been sick a day in his life; and his girlfriend, Abby Mayer, said she had never...

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NASA Exclusive Animated Flyover of Pluto’s Icy Mountain and Plains
Jul18

NASA Exclusive Animated Flyover of Pluto’s Icy Mountain and Plains

Like us on Facebook  This simulated flyover of Pluto’s Norgay Montes (Norgay Mountains) and Sputnik Planum (Sputnik Plain) was created from New Horizons closest-approach images. Norgay Montes have been informally named for Tenzing Norgay, one of the first two humans to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Sputnik Planum is informally named for Earth’s first artificial satellite. The images were acquired by the Long Range Reconnaissance...

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All Your Base Belong to us: Malaysian Government purchased spyware/malware from Hacking Site and used against Rakyat!
Jul16

All Your Base Belong to us: Malaysian Government purchased spyware/malware from Hacking Site and used against Rakyat!

3 govt agencies bought RCS software, none has the authority to actually use it Spyware violates Computer Crimes Act, these agencies actually committed crimes THERE are two types of governments in the world: Those that build complex surveillance software to spy on their citizens, and those that buy them. Our government is more the buying type. Original article from DNA Few nation-states have the budgets to build out complex...

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Another Obama Legacy: Iranian Nuclear Deal reached!
Jul14

Another Obama Legacy: Iranian Nuclear Deal reached!

Iran and six major world powers reached a nuclear deal on Tuesday, capping more than a decade of negotiations with an agreement that could transform the Middle East. U.S. President Barack Obama hailed a step towards a “more hopeful world” and Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said it proved that “constructive engagement works”. But Israel pledged to do what it could to halt what it called an “historic...

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