Just last week, Sony threatened to take legal action to members of the media that posted leaked information in regards to the massive Sony Pictures hacking. Now, Sony is planning to sue Twitter if it doesn’t ban its users from posting its leaked information which might be taking the entire situation a bit too far.
Known by most Dota enthusiasts and those in the local eSports community as Sharky, Raymond Wong Kie Yong who is currently representing a local Dota 2 team called G Guard has passed away during his sleep last night. However, the actual cause of his death is not yet known at the moment.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is apparently getting help from struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry to build a new type of secure smartphone for government agencies. The self-destructing “Black” phone will include biometric security sensors, and a tamper proof casing that will destroy the phone in an emergency.
North Korea’s limited internet connection was disrupted for over nine hours last night in what is suspected to be a targeted attack on the country’s infrastructure. That being said, experts do not believe that this is the work of a US retaliation against the Sony hack; mostly because any hacker worth his salt could easily bring down the four networks that operate in the country.
The next Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G flash sale will be happening at 12PM today, but you don’t have to keep refreshing the website and check out within seconds to get the latest smartphone from Xiaomi Malaysia, DiGi is now offering the Redmi Note 4G from as low as RM0 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
As we getting nearer to CES 2015, several manufacturers have started to reveal or tease new products that they are going to reveal at the annual event. One such company is Samsung who has unveiled its new SE790C Curved Monitor as part of its CES 2015 line-up which is said to be the company’s most advanced curved monitor to date.
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And so we edge ever closer to the end of another year, but what a year this has been. 2014 saw so many interesting changes in our favourite industry. From the steady adoption of virtual reality to the emergence of Chinese smartphone makers, there was plenty to talk about all year round.
Now, we want to hear from you. As part of the nation’s largest online community, what were the highlights of 2014 for you?
If you think Ubisoft’s recent action of giving out free games to Assassin’s Creed Unity’s Season Pass holders was just a simple apology, you might want to read on to find out what’s really behind it. If you accept any of the said free game, you are essentially letting go of your legal rights to sue Ubisoft for releasing a buggy game.
Once in awhile, we’ll often hear stories of people who mistakenly call the police over trivial matters. One Englishman however, called the police over a shooting that took place in the Grand Theft Auto universe. As one can already assume, the police weren’t too happy when they received the call.
As you might know, ASUS traditionally offers gaming-oriented products under its Republic of Gamers (RoG) banner. However, the company made a surprise move by establishing another gaming series called STRIX earlier this year. That being said, the new series is not meant to replace RoG and both will co-exist in the market.
Even though STRIX series has quite a number of products under its name, only STRIX graphics cards have made their way to Malaysia so far. That will change soon though as STRIX gaming peripherals will finally be released here.