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Maybank Unveils mPOS Portable Payment Device, With The Help of Maxis and Soft Space

by Chief Chapree · 2 hours ago · No Comments · 572 views

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A traditional credit card reader is usually a wired device that is connected to a telephone cable which leave it restricted to cashier’s counter. That is certainly not the case with the new Maybank mPOS portable payment system that is designed to be used with smartphones and tablets.

The system is mainly aimed at SMEs and small retailers due to its low-cost entry point but it is generally meant for any merchants out there that require a mobile card payment solution. Launched earlier today, the bank has partnered with Maxis who has now include Maybank mPOS as part of its business solution.

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New Intel PC Refresh Promotion Lets You Save Up to RM597 on Eligible Products

by Andrew Cheng · 5 hours ago · No Comments · 1.3k views


Intel is currently holding a promotion in Low Yat Plaza that might just pique your interest if you’re looking for a new laptop or tablet. The promotions include a RM100 discount voucher, a free JBL speaker worth RM300, 3-year local warranty on selected Acer products, and a complimentary 3-year subscription for McAfee Internet Security.

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Xiaomi Wants to Offer a Free Mi Note for iPhone Owners

by Terry Bass · 6 hours ago · 7 Comments · 5.4k views


Xiaomi is reportedly working on easing the whole transition process from iOS to Android. The Chinese company is making adjustments to its smartphone’s hardware and software, allowing users to easily transfer their data over from iPhones to its smartphones.

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Cyanogen Wants to be Independent of Google

by Andrew Cheng · 7 hours ago · 5 Comments · 970 views


The CEO of Cyanogen, Kirt McMaster, has announced his wish to be independent of Google in the next three to five years. Basically, he wants CyanogenMod to be an open version of Android that offers a deeper level of access to the core of the operating system.

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The 2015 Alienware 15 and 17 Now Available In Malaysia: Price Starts At RM 4999

by Chief Chapree · 8 hours ago · 2 Comments · 1k views

2015 Alienware 15 Price Malaysia

Just a mere three weeks after they were announced at CES 2015, Alienware’s latest addition to its gaming laptop family are now available through Dell Malaysia’s online store. In case you missed the news, these laptops come in the form of the new 2015 Alienware 15 and 17.

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OnePlus Officially Enters Indonesian Market

by Andrew Cheng · 9 hours ago · 5 Comments · 676 views


OnePlus has officially announced that it will be entering the Indonesian market. Partnering with Lazada Indonesia, the OnePlus One will be available exclusively from the e-commerce’s website.

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Puzzlecluster Will Turn Old Puzzlephone Modules into a Supercomputer

by Huei Song · 9 hours ago · 1 Comment · 867 views

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While modular phones like Google’s Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is an awesome idea that lets you upgrade your phone module by module, would it create more waste because upgrading a phone parts would be so easy? Puzzlephone recently introduced the Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer that puts together old Puzzlephone modules to form a supercomputer.

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Oppo Releases ColorOS 2.0.5i Beta for Find 7 and Find 7a

by Huei Song · 11 hours ago · No Comments · 518 views


That was fast, less than a month after releasing the ColorOS v2.0.4i beta update for Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a users, the Chinese company now has a new update – ColorOS v2.0.5i beta that patches up some bugs, as well as introduces several “really cool features”.

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HTC Now Sponsoring Three Teams For League Of Legends Championship Series

by Farhan · 12 hours ago · 1 Comment · 257 views


HTC has announced that it has jumped on the eSports bandwagon and will be sponsoring teams in the upcoming League of Legends Championship series. Cloud 9, Team Liquid, and Team Solo Mid will benefit from this new arrangement, although no details were announced.

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(Update: It’s a DNS Breach) Malaysia Airlines Website Hacked

by Pang Tun Yau · 12 hours ago · 4 Comments · 4.7k views


UPDATE @ 1:25pm, 26 January 2015: The national carrier have confirmed that its website has not been hacked, but instead its Domain Name Server (DNS) was compromised and re-directed to a defaced website. More below.

Malaysia Airlines’ official website appears to have been hacked, as members of a group calling themselves the “Lizard Squad” – who recently hacked some social media accounts belonging to the US military several weeks ago – have claimed responsibility.

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Maxis to Remove SurfMore 75 Plan on 29 January 2015

by Huei Song · 13 hours ago · 5 Comments · 2.7k views

Maxis surfmore plan updates 29 january 2015

If you’ve been wanting to sign up with Maxis’ SurfMore 75 data-centric postpaid plan, you better do it fast because effective 29 January 2015, the plan will no longer be available for new subscribers. On top of that, they will also remove voice add-on plan for SurfMore subscribes, as well as revise the price for SurfMore data upgrades.

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Apple Allows Chinese Government To Examine iOS Source Code

by Farhan · 13 hours ago · 4 Comments · 1k views

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The Chinese government has managed to convince Apple to turn over their source code to assuage fears of secret backdoors and spying. This brings many years of pressure from the government to an end, although the move could have also have been prompted by US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comments about the iPhone last week.

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