Posting without comment; emphasis mine.
e27, [Electronic Arts merges IronMonkey and Firemint to form Australiaâ€™s largest gaming studio Firemonkeys
](http://e27.sg/2012/07/25/electronic-arts-merges-ironmonkey-and-firemint-to-form-australias-largest-gaming-studio-firemonkeys/), 25 July 2012:
Good news aside, there are certainly expectations from the gaming community for the new Firemonkeys to perform, as they now eagerly awaitsÂ their first product.
e27, [OS X Mountain Lion upgrade now available in Singapore for S$25.98](http://e27.sg/2012/07/25/os-x-mountain-lion-upgrade-now-available-in-singapore-for-s25-98/), 25 July 2012:
Mac OS X can now grab the Mountain Lion upgrade at a price of S$25.98 in Singapore
The upgrade will come a the costÂ of S$25.98 and comes with over 200 innovative new features.
The Message app, which users had access to the beta version, will bring iMessage to the Mac and allowsÂ cross device communication across the iOS devices available in the market.
(The app is called “Messages”.)
Tech in Asia, [Run a Singaporean Coffee Shop with the Kopi Tiam Game](http://www.techinasia.com/kopi-tiam-app/), 26 July 2012:
I downloaded the free Kopi Tiam version to give it a shot, after reading many positive reviews. Itâ€™s reminiscent toÂ many time-management games […]
Weâ€™ve also included a theÂ gameâ€™s demo video below. Enjoy!
Tech in Asia, [TackThis Powers Donation Drive in Singaporeâ€™s National Day 2012](http://www.techinasia.com/tackthis-singapore-national-day-2012/), 20 June 2012:
As a Singaporean, I confess feel compelled to doing soÂ as well.
Thatâ€™s it, for now. I might do more of these, if I get annoyed enough.
Oh, here’s one more. In this case, the bad grammar and awkward phrasing aren’t necessarily the writer’s fault. e27, [The Demise of QR Codes](http://e27.sg/2012/02/28/the-demise-of-qr-codes/), February 2012:
QR codes will remain a curious oddity for the technically proficient geeks and bleeding adopters.
Here are the [search results](http://google.com/search?q=bleeding%20adopters) for the odd term “bleeding adopters”. Compare [this article](http://www.imediaconnection.com/printpage/printpage.aspx?id=30267) from October 2011, which also contains that phrase, to the above e27 article.
Update, a day later: e27 and Tech in Asia have acknowledged and corrected the above. Both note that they appreciate error reports sent through their comment sections.