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Kurapak Teknologi...

How many of you HAVEN'T visited CNET Asia for the latest tech news and gadget reviews? If you haven't then I fully recommend it for the best reviews and priceguides which are relevant to us, since Singapore's just across the pond.

Anyway, CNET now has a new blog dispatch from Brunei Darussalam :)

Feel free to send me ideas and suggestions for posts on Kurapak Teknologi which are tech oriented and relevant to Brunei!

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  1. piwitttt ada gambarnya lagi tu ehhh!!!! hahahahaha. happy writing! \m/b

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  2. Thank you all heheh... suddenly I find myself in a quagmire with this cNET blog... seem to be having blogger's block heheh! I guess this is what happens when a proper contract and dollars and cents comes into the picture... oh the pressure! :D

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