Astro has confirmed that it will be screening The International Dota 2 Championship 2015 (TI5), and this will very likely bring in a large number of viewers who have no idea what’s going on. Fortunately, we are here to provide a short primer on what is going on and who to cheer for.
*Note: experienced Dota 2 can safely bookmark this to share with your friends/parents/relatives/people at the mamak/noobs who ask too many questions in the middle of a match.
As promised, Jabra has officially launched its brand new Sport Coach Wireless headset just few hours ago here in Malaysia. Using its long experience as wireless headset maker, the new Bluetooth wireless headset is apparently optimized for cross training which has gained popularity as of late thanks to the rise of CrossFit, fitness boot camp and their equivalents.
Microsoft has officially launch Windows 10 earlier this week and has started to roll out the new operating system to users throughout the world who mainly will receive it as a free upgrade for their Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machines. While it might not be a smooth journey for everyone (just see the comments in our previous article and our forums), it seems that the operating system has reached plenty of users in just 24 hours after it goes official.
Razer somehow found itself stuck in the middle small outcry from indie developers after it announced the acquisition of Ouya. The micro-console maker had originally promised developers money in exchange for short term exclusitivity, a promise that was not kept. However, Razer has decided that the right thing to do would be to honour the promise and pay these developers.
Facebook has been determined to bring the internet to the more remote places in the world and, while it isn’t the only one with the idea, has shown off the hardware that will achieve the feat. The Aquila is a solar powered unmanned drone capable of flying at an altitude between 60,000 and 90,000 feet.
Hotlink is now offering three times more data on its existing Mobile Internet Passes. Get high speed internet from as low as 250MB for RM3 a day, or all the way up to 9GB for RM65 a month. The internet quota will be split into two – half for all-day, and the other half for midnight use (12am to 7am).