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Stopover Singapore; The low-budget movie phenomenon; INQ Mini Twitter Phone

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October 1, 2009 3:32 by



Forget Dubai, Abu Dhabi is making its move to become the UAE’s holiday hotspot

While Dubai wallows in its economic mire, Abu Dhabi is working to become the region’s king of tourism, reports the Daily Mail.

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High temples of consumption

The Guardian reviews of Dubai: The Story of the World’s Fastest City and Eugene Rogan on A Diamond in the Desert: Behind the Scenes in the World’s Richest City

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INQ Mini Twitter Phone

Wired reviews the INQ Mini Twitter Phone.

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Stopover Singapore

So you have a 24-hour stopover in Singapore anytime soon? Read Conde Nast Traveller’s guide, you’ll know what to do while you’re there.

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FOCUS: Dubai’s Property Mirage Faces Cityscape Test

Cityscape Dubai is apparently 30 percent smaller than last year’s, reports The Wall Street Journal.

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The low-budget movie phenomenon

Everyone’s a potential Spielberg, argues The Telegraph.



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