Details about Sony’s prototype wearable glasses have been published by the company. This comes as it is now offering the SDK to developers, with the SmartEyeglass soon to follow by the end of the FY2014 (which is March 2015). The initial build can connect with Android 4.1 and later, which gives it quite a large range of compatible smartphones.
The image that has gone viral across social media, showing the owner of the RM7800 iPhone 6 Plus
Wow. Just when you think the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cannot get any more expensive than current scalper prices, a popular local smartphone reseller may have just set a record for the most expensive price for an iPhone 6 Plus in the country.
Oculus has announced a new VR headset prototype, one that is intended to replace the current Oculus Rift. The company said that the new headset is not the third development kit, but still represents a jump in technology that is similar to the change from DK1 to DK2. Crescent Bay does not represent the final consumer product, but Oculus says that it is getting close.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has officially been launched here in Malaysia just last Friday with a retail price of RM1,899. If you do not wish to pay full price to get this first Galaxy device from Samsung to come in a metal frame, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM1,199.
Hot on the heels of Samsung, HTC Malaysia has also announced a new smartphone for the Malaysian market today. Good thing is, both smartphones launched today are technically not in the same target market. Say hello to the Butterfly 2, HTC’s other flagship smartphone with 13MP Duo Camera.
It’s finally Friday and if you think that the weekend is short, you’re going to wish it were shorter. Storekini will have a special sale on Monday, 22 September 2014 to let you purchase the Logitech x100 Wireless Speaker at a very special price. If you need new wireless speakers, do tune into Storekini this coming Monday from 3pm to 4pm. Want more? There’ll also be a Flash Sales happening some time next week so hit the break for the details.
Downloaded and installed iOS 8 on your iPhone, iPad and/or iPod touch? Good, now that you’re done with the painful process of waiting for the download and waiting for the installation, it’s time to explore your brand new iOS that is touted as the biggest iOS release ever. Unlike the last major update when Apple gave its iOS a major design overhaul for iOS 7, the changes this time round, aren’t as apparent.
While the overall design may still look and feel the same, leaving you slightly confused after the whole installation process and ending up with practically the same thing except for a few additional default apps – Health, Tips and Podcasts, Apple has actually included quite a lot of new and improved things in iOS 8, so let’s take a look at some of the cool features.
The upcoming version of Google’s Android operating system is set to arrive with data encryption options turned on by default. While there has been no official statement made by the company, a spokesman informed the Washington Post that it is working on getting the feature to work right out of the box.
Not too long after its global announcement, Samsung Malaysia has officially announced the arrival of the new Galaxy Alpha smartphone, the company’s first metal-framed Galaxy device. As part of the launch celebration, Samsung is even giving away a free Gear 2 smartwatch for lucky new owners of the Galaxy Alpha.