Microsoft is set to allow cross buying of games between PC and Xbox One as part of plan to integrate both platforms. The changes are set to come with Windows 10, which is due later this year. There are few titles that take advantage of this now, and it looks like Microsoft will be leading the way with its own games at first.
U Mobile is now offering a Traveller SIM pack for free for foreign passport holders travelling to Malaysia. Available at KLIA 2, all you need to do is show them your passport and the staff at the U Mobile store will the free Traveller SIM pack. The catch? A minimum top-up is required.
Xiaomi really brought its A-game to the world of action videography with the release of the Yi Action Camera. Now, the company has released official photo and video samples taken with the sports camera that boasts on powerful hardware while still being able to take a swim with the fishes, and not to mention keeping its retail price low.
It isn’t too far a stretch to say everyone has a soft spot for Nokia. The brand that grew synonymous for a generation of youths is now no longer making phones – though not for long. In the meantime, it’s found a legal loophole to release the N1 tablet, which is prominently on display here at Nokia’s booth in MWC 2015. We had to take a look.
In addition to the Lumia 640 and the Universal Foldable Keyboard, Microsoft has also announced another new smartphone called the Lumia 640 XL at its MWC 2015 media briefing earlier this week. The name itself implies that it is the bigger brother of Lumia 640 and there are indeed many similarities between them.
We have seen numerous smartphones unveiled at MWC 2015, but none of them are as unique as this particular “phone.” Meet the Runcible, a “premier device for the post-smartphone era” from Monohm. Featuring a rather odd circular design, the Runcible is like any other smartphone minus the “distractions” with a price that can match other flagship devices’ asking price.
Graphics card manufacturer, ZOTAC has unveiled the SN970, a Steam Machine equipped with an NVIDIA graphics card and is due to be released with the next batch of Steam Machines. If the price of these internals is comparable with modern consoles then Valve may have just won the console wars.