Details about the 5.1 Lollipop update have surfaced very soon after the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update was made available on all Nexus devices. According to these sources, it is slated to be available by the end of February 2015; and being a 5.1 update rather than 5.0.2, there are several changes that are pretty noteworthy.
With less than two month to go before We Run KL 21K takes place on 1 February 2015, Nike Malaysia has recently set up a pre-race expo at Taman Botanical Perdana (previously known as Taman Tasik Perdana) in Kuala Lumpur. What made it slightly different than previous pre-race event that Nike or even many organizers out there have organized is that it features quite a number of interesting scientific tools for visitors to utilize especially for We Run KL participants in order to prepare them for the upcoming half-marathon.
If you’re filthy rich, why settle for a regular phone from Apple, Samsung or other phone makers, when there are luxury brands like Gresso around? Luxury phone maker Gresso recently announced the Gresso Regal, a smartphone that is made out of titanium and optional 18 karat gold.
Microsoft is currently rumoured to be preparing to mass produce a VR headset to be revealed at E3 2015, with the final product going on sale in the second half of the year. This would put it in direct competition with the Facebook owned Oculus Rift and the Sony Project Morpheus.
Google is reportedly planning to improve Android Auto in the form of a new project called Android M . Though Android Auto, an operating system for cars that allow the user to stream music and view maps was released last year, this early concept is looking to completely eliminate the need for an Android smartphone to enjoy the benefits of Android in a car.
It’s no surprise that people buys followers and likes on the social network, Instagram recently started an “Instagram Rapture”, whereby the Facebook-owned company deletes millions of fake accounts on its photo-sharing service, the result? Millions and millions of “followers” lost, resulting in many angry teens and celebrities.
Microsoft is offloading MixRadio to instant messaging service Line. MixRadio is a music streaming app currently running on Windows Phone that allows for automated playlists created from the users preferences and listening habits. What Line intends to do with this kind of service is still unknown.