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MWC 2015: Smartwatches With Long Battery Life Make Appearance

by Pang Tun Yau · 11 hours ago · No Comments · 869 views


It is quite clear that wearables are slowly being pushed towards consumers here at MWC 2015. Smartwatches and fitness bands of all sorts were on display, from mainstream brands to some new entities in the industry. Some of the more interesting products on display here promise to fix one of the most pertinent issues with smartwatches: battery life.

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ASUS Transformer Book Chi Series To Be Launched In Malaysia On 24 March

by Chief Chapree · 13 hours ago · No Comments · 870 views

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi

Officially announced in CES 2015 earlier this year, the ASUS Transformer Book Chi series is the latest line-up of Windows 8.1 2-in-1 PC from the Taiwanese company. Available in three different models, we have just learned that ASUS Malaysia will be launching the series in our market later this month.

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MWC 2015: Eyes On with ASUS Zenfone Zoom

by Chief Chapree · 13 hours ago · No Comments · 1k views

ASUS Zenfone Zoom MWC 2015 04

Back at CES 2015 earlier this year, ASUS has not only unveiled Zenfone 2 for the first time to the world but has also brought forward the Zenfone Zoom. Designed for photography in mind, the new device has an uncanny resemblance to the famed Nokia Lumia 1020 which some called as the gold standard in mobile photography due to its 41-megapixels PureView camera.

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MWC 2015: myFC Fuel Cell Charger Powers Up Your Smartphone With Water and Salt

by Pang Tun Yau · 14 hours ago · No Comments · 587 views


At MWC 2015, Swedish company myFC has unveiled its latest fuel-cell battery charger for smart devices. Called the JAQ, it is touted as the world’s smallest portable fuel cell charger with a robush body, allowing users to take it along to places where an electrical plug point is not available.

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12-inch MacBook Air with Retina Display Will Ship in Q2 2015

by Andrew Cheng · 15 hours ago · No Comments · 1k views


A 12-inch variant of the MacBook Air has been rumoured for the longest of time, but a new report is indicating that it will start shipping as early as Q2 2015, which will be around April to June 2015. Aside from having a 12-inch screen, the new MacBook Air has a plethora of new tricks as well.

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Fujitsu Unveils 8.3-inch Stylistic V535 Ruggedised Tablet Running Windows 8.1

by Terry Bass · 15 hours ago · No Comments · 422 views


MWC 2015 has also seen Fujitsu unveil its Windows 8.1 Pro ruggedised tablet – the Fujitsu Stylistic V535. The company tries to make the tablet stylish yet being rugged enough to take on different industries and withstand the harshest possible conditions it could possibly go through.

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LG G4 Could Feature a Fingerprint Sensor Along with Redesigned Software

by Andrew Cheng · 16 hours ago · No Comments · 353 views


LG seems to have big plans for its upcoming flagship, the LG G4. According to a recent rumour, the new flagship could feature a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. The company has also confirmed that the LG G4’s software will be something to look forward to.

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GDC 2015: Intel Reveals Unlocked, Socketed Broadwell CPU

by Farhan · 16 hours ago · No Comments · 789 views

Broadwell Unlocked

Intel attended the Game Developers Conference this year with a new Broadwell based CPU. A socketed and unlocked 65W desktop processor is on the way, which is good news enough for overclockers everywhere. The microprocessor manufacturer has also equipped this processor with Iris Pro graphics, just because it wants people to mess around with that as well.

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Oppo R1x Will Launch Worldwide in April 2015

by Andrew Cheng · 17 hours ago · 1 Comment · 864 views


It’s been quite some time since we’ve heard of anything from Oppo, and just when MWC 2015 has ended, a global launch date for the Oppo R1C has been announced. Oddly enough, outside of China, Oppo will be calling it the Oppo R1x instead. Other than a slightly different name, the R1x should be identical to the R1C.

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Digi Makes it Easier to Reach Out to Talian Nur and Childline 15999 with Free Calls

by Huei Song · 18 hours ago · No Comments · 105 views

Digi Free Calls to Talian Nur and Childline

Digi is making it a whole lot easier for individuals to call for help on Talian Nur and Childline 15999 by offering free calls. This is in partnership with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development Malaysia (KPWKM) and Childline Malaysia.

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The Number of Likes on Your Facebook Page Might Drop Thanks to Facebook’s Latest Update

by Huei Song · 18 hours ago · No Comments · 1.6k views

Facebook Changing Page Like Counts

If you run a Facebook Page, then here’s something you’ll need to know. Facebook wants to “make page likes more meaningful”, hence they’re going to change the way Page likes are counted and it might result in a drop of likes on your page.

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Acer Refreshes Its Chromebox Lineup With Power of Intel Core i3 Processors

by Terry Bass · 19 hours ago · 2 Comments · 505 views

Acer’s Latest Core i3-Powered Chromebox

Acer America has unveiled two new Chromeboxes that both run on Intel Core i3 processors. The company has been doing quite a good job pushing ChromeOS devices, and it now introduces two upgraded Chromeboxes that will have higher amounts of RAM and support for 4K displays.

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