You are in for a treat

IT IS our Techniversary and to thank all our loyal readers for supporting us all these years, we’re giving away some really cool prizes.

Yes, that’s right, we’ve ­carefully chosen the prizes but we’re keeping it a surprise for now but rest assured it is worth waiting for.

The guys and gals at In.Tech have had long discussions about the prizes and we’ve come up with a list of stuff that will fit right into your digital ­lifestyle.

Right now, all we can tell you is to keep a close watch of our online and print pages for more information.

Let’s go to the movies

Fancy watching an upcoming action-comedy movie starring today’s two of the biggest stars, Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, for free?

Knight and Day is a movie full of surprises as the couple embarks on a glamorous and sometimes deadly adventure.

Miller (Cruise) is a secret agent who goes on a blind date with June Havens (Diaz) and ­unwittingly gets her involved in a race to protect a ­mysterious battery.

Of course, you can’t watch a movie without popcorn and soft drink. Well, we have got that covered too as you’ll be given a coupon to redeem them with each ticket.

The Knight and Day ticket ­redemption is courtesy of Golden Screen Cinemas and 20th Century Fox.

Visit our Techniversary site ( and tune in to the Red FM station to find out more.

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