Microsoft has reached an agreement with 20 partners, including Sony and LG, to include Microsoft services with their devices. The announcement follows Microsoft’s success with previous deals with companies like Dell and Samsung to get Microsoft Office and Skype pre-installed on those devices.
Cortana, Microsoft’s AI assistant for Windows devices, will be made available for both Android and iOS when Windows 10 launches later this year. It will be part of a Phone Companion app that is built into Windows 10 that allows non-Windows 10 Mobile users to access their PCs as if they were on Windows 10 Mobile device.
It’s been over a year since OnePlus launched its first ever phone, the “2014 Flagship Killer” OnePlus One, and it looks like it’s “time to change. The company just shared a teaser on its social network accounts, saying that they want to “shake up the tech industry” on 1 June 2015.
After kicking off its Private Preview session last week, the Malaysian-based video on-demand service iflix is now officially opened for business. With the objective to provide more than 10,000 hours’ worth of TV shows and movies contents from all over the world to customers in , iflix has also revealed its monthly subscription rate which has been set at only RM 8 per month.
Sony announced the Xperia Z4 for Japan about a month ago, and it is now bringing that very same phone to the rest of the world. The name will be changed to the Xperia Z3+ for unknown reasons, but Sony’s international flagship smartphone for 2015 will share the same specifications as its Japanese counterparts.
Remember the Gionee M3 with a huge 5,000mAh battery that promises more than a month of standby time? The company is planning to raise the bar with its successor, the Gionee M5. Instead of being powered by a single battery, it will have two separate batteries that Gionee claims will last up to four days of usage.
Asus has announced the pre-order for its MG279Q gaming monitor. The 27-inch display is not yet available in Malaysia, and interested gamers will be able to pick theirs up for RM2,699; a price that includes free copies of Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed Freedom Cry.