While the Apple Watch will soon be available to the public on 10 April 2015, knockoffs have started to appear way earlier than the official release of Apple’s latest product. Obviously, these knockoffs are selling at a much cheaper price compared to the original Apple Watch’s price, which ranges from $349 (about RM1,280) to $17,000 (about RM62,200).
Google is investigating allegations of tampering with an Adwords account, and circumventing a digital advertising agency by dealing directly with the client; a Singaporean government linked company (GLC). A Singapore-based Google executive directly approached the client, while the unidentified advertising agency’s Google Adwords account was mysteriously suspended.
Vendors on the shadier side of the internet have been discovered to be selling stolen Uber login information for as little as US$1 (about RM3.70). Two particular vendors have been discovered, and it appears that the username and password combinations are perfectly valid and work just fine for hailing rides.
The fifth series of the Dota 2 International returns as the top Dota teams from around the world once again fight for the Aegis of Champions. The Dota 2 tournament will be happening from the 3rd to 8th August 2015 in KeyArena, Seattle. Tickets for the grand Dota 2 event will go on sale tomorrow (28 March 2015) via ticketing agent, Ticketmaster.
If you love gadgets, chances are that you might have heard of Directd that is located in SS15 of Subang Jaya. It is rather common to see their premises being filled with customers that are eager to get their hands on the latest gadgets in the market regardless of official Malaysian units or parallel imports that are flown into the country as soon as these device are made available at their home markets.
Soon, Directd customers will no longer find themselves cramped when browsing for new gadgets though as the company will be opening a bigger store in Petaling Jaya. In fact, the new store is so big that Directd claims that it is the largest mobile phone store in the country, covering 18,000 square feet.
At OnePlus’ latest AMAA Reddit session yesterday, Carl Pei, the Global Director of OnePlus, and OnePlus employee David touched a little on its upcoming “game changing” product. During the session, it was even mentioned that this product will not be a smartwatch or a tablet, but could be a drone instead.
If you missed the opportunity to grab yourself a brand new Xiaomi Redmi 2 when it went on sale on the 17th of March, don’t be disheartened. Xiaomi will be having an open sale for the affordable smartphone next Monday on the 30th of March, so you don’t have to worry about shortage of stock.