Dell has just introduced a new edition of laptops in its Inspiron 14 7000 series family. The company has fashioned these laptops for young consumers, featuring a sleek design with all the necessary specs to meet their demands for operations in school, work, gaming, and also multimedia entertainment.
If you’re as excited as I am about the next generation Sony Cyber-shot Lens Style cameras then here’s a leak that might blow you off your seat – the Sony QX1 Lens Style camera with E-mount attachment. Yes, this means that with E-mount attachment, you can practically connect any lens for the Sony Alpha series of mirror less cameras to your smartphone.
If you were worried that your precious information stored in the iCloud might be vulnerable following the nude celebrity photo leaks, then you can breathe out a sigh of relief because Apple just released a statement claiming that its iCloud and Find My iPhone services were not compromised. Instead, the photo leaks was a targeted attack on usernames, passwords and security questions.
Maxis today unveiled a brand new all-in-one internet plan for its business users called the MaxisONE Business. Like the MaxisOne Plans for personal use, MaxisONE Business comes with Limitless calls and SMS from as low as RM78 a month. On top of that, the more expensive MaxisONE Business plans even come with business grade services such as 24/7 dedicated customer service, mobile device management and more.
Samsung’s Unpacked Episode 2 event will be happening in about a day’s time in Berlin, Germany. According to the invitation and all the teaser videos, the Korean Company is expected to announce its next generation Galaxy Note 4 phablet. We’ve been seeing quite a number of rumours and leaks about the device so before the actual announcement, here’s a roundup of all the things we know so far.
UPDATE (2 Sept, 1133pm): Reader dontfeedthecat pointed out that this tablet might be adapted from an OEM manufacturer’s product from China. However, Intel Malaysia is not able to comment at the moment and stated that more will be revealed on the launch day itself. Read more for details.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE (2 Sept, 1048pm):
Over the years, we have seen numerous attempts by ambitious local companies to come out with their own PC, netbook and tablets. Although many of them vanished into thin air (like the 1Malaysia Pad), that still doesn’t stop others from trying though.
Hence, this is where the upcoming Joi 8 tablet comes into the picture. Scheduled to be launched by Intel and SNS Network this coming Thursday, it is apparently the first local Intel-based Windows 8.1 tablet.
After eight months since the premium-grade gaming monitor by Asus had launched in CES 2014, the ROG Swift PG278Q has finally launched in Malaysia. Being the first gaming monitor under their Republic of Gamers family, it features a screen size of 27 inches with a thin, 6mm bezels.
It’s been a long while since we heard about the WebOS Ports Open webOS project, which was when LG acquired most of the rights to it from HP two years back. The company has even implemented the OS to its line of Smart TVs. Fast forward today,webOS has been officially renamed to LuneOS, and is now making its debut in older Nexus devices as well as Touchpad devices by HPs.
Two weeks ago, it was revealed that the next version of Windows which is codenamed “Threshold” or more fondly known as Windows 9 might make its first official public appearance at the end of this month. While Microsoft has yet to make any official statement regarding that matter, it turns out that the company might have accidentally teases the new operating system to the world.
The latest title from Bethesda, The Evil Within, will be arriving on the PlayStation 3 and 4 in October. Developed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and Japanese studio Tango Gameworks, it promises another third person survival horror experience. The follows veteran detective Sebastian Castellanos as he navigates a deranged world full of monsters while trying to unravel the secret of the invincible apparition known as Ruvik (voiced by Jackie Earle Haley of Rorschach fame).
If you’ve ever developed an app for iOS platform and have been rejected, then this is something you’ll need to go through. The Cupertino company recently posted out a list stating the top 10 reason why it reject apps so if your apps have been constantly rejected or if you even plan on writing apps for the App Store, it’s worth a look.