The new Google Maps for Android with capability to save a region of a map from more than 150 countries for use offline is now available on Google Play.
Whether travelling internationally, carrying a WiFi-only device, heading underground on the subway or restricting your mobile data usage, you can now save up to six large metro areas (e.g., Greater London, Paris, or New York City and surrounding area) and use Google Maps for Android to find your way.
Google announced Nexus 7 tablet loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in its I/O developer conference. The tablet is priced at US$199 and US$249 for 8GB and 16GB respectively, and is now available for pre-order now via Google Play. The device will be ship in mid-July to customers in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia.
Buyers of Nexus 7 tablet will get a $20 credit to spend in Google Play, and the tablet will come pre-loaded with the Transformers Dark of the Moon movie, the Bourne Domination book, and issues of magazines like Popular Science, Food Network, and Conde Nast Traveler, among others.
A video of a young girl clashing with a middle-aged auntie over an MRT seat is going viral. It seems the argument could have started because the young girl was sitting on a privileged seat. Although the seat was given up for her, the auntie began lecturing the girl. The young girl ignored the auntie but couldn't hold it any longer when the auntie attempted to take a photo of the girl.