While modular phones like Google’s Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is an awesome idea that lets you upgrade your phone module by module, would it create more waste because upgrading a phone parts would be so easy? Puzzlephone recently introduced the Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer that puts together old Puzzlephone modules to form a supercomputer.
UPDATE @ 1:25pm, 26 January 2015: The national carrier have confirmed that its website has not been hacked, but instead its Domain Name Server (DNS) was compromised and re-directed to a defaced website. More below.
Malaysia Airlines’ official website appears to have been hacked, as members of a group calling themselves the “Lizard Squad” – who recently hacked some social media accounts belonging to the US military several weeks ago – have claimed responsibility.
If you’ve been wanting to sign up with Maxis’ SurfMore 75 data-centric postpaid plan, you better do it fast because effective 29 January 2015, the plan will no longer be available for new subscribers. On top of that, they will also remove voice add-on plan for SurfMore subscribes, as well as revise the price for SurfMore data upgrades.
The Chinese government has managed to convince Apple to turn over their source code to assuage fears of secret backdoors and spying. This brings many years of pressure from the government to an end, although the move could have also have been prompted by US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comments about the iPhone last week.
MSI is yet another NVIDIA’s add-in-board partner that has released its take on the new GeForce GTX 960 graphics card into Malaysia but at this moment, only one out of three models is available in our market. That particular card is the MSI GTX 960 Gaming 2G which features Twin Frozr V thermal solution.