As per our announcement last week, we have embarked on a quest together with Microsoft Malaysia to seek out stories from users regarding their experience with Windows 10 for the next four weeks. In exchange for the most creative #MYWindows10Story from users, we are giving away a fully-kitted Microsoft Surface 3 which is inclusive of Surface 3 Type cover and Surface Pen.
The actual journey will begin from today onwards as we are about to announced the theme of our #MYWindows10Story contest for this week.
If you’re disappointed with the incremental upgrade of the Sony Xperia Z3+ (or Z4), then good news: as many as three variations of the Xperia Z5 are reportedly launching this September in Japan. If the rumour is to be believed, the Xperia Z5 will offer some seriously powerful hardware, including the yet to be released Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
One of the new things that Microsoft has promised to users once Windows 10 arrives into the market later this month is the sense of familiarity. Apart from retaining the desktop and taskbar, the company is also trying to accomplish this is by reintroducing the Start Menu once again which has been a staple of the Windows operating system from Windows 95 until it was noticeably missing from Windows 8 in favour of the Start Screen.
Apple iPhones are not exactly the toughest smartphones around, although they are hardy enough to take a tumble or two. However, the real question is how many iPhones does it take to stop a bullet? The answer is slightly more impressive than one would think. Considering the test was done with a close range shot from an assault rifle.
The day when pixels of a video game look like an actual real-life image is finally here. Not too long ago, an avid gamer (Captcook96) posted screenshots taken from the racing video game Driveclub on Twitter. Nissan’s Twitter account quickly took notice and asked the gamer if he “took these photos” himself, to which he replied with a resounding yes – though not exactly photos as in “actual photographs”.
This, our dear readers, is an extremely rare prototype of a gaming console that was thought to be entirely destroyed. This particular product has been developed by Sony and Nintendo back in 1991; even before the Sony PlayStation entered the market. Dubbed as the Play Station (yes, with a space), it marked the beginning of a fierce rivalry between these two giant gaming companies.
Minecon happened over the weekend, and Minecraft fans had the opportunity to see the direction Microsoft is taking the game. The big news is that there is another version of the game being released, this time for Windows 10. Unlike the current java based Minecraft on the PC, this one is being built from the ground up for Microsoft’s new operating system.
Samsung and Oppo have drawn the attention of the Shanghai Consumer Council as the body has launched legal action against the smartphone manufacturers over the use of bloatware in the their devices. The lawsuit was supposedly motivated by a large number of complaints by consumers against the use of pre-installed software.
While most of the attention was directed at the new Radeon R9 Fury X as well as Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series cards during their official Malaysian launch event earlier this week, AMD did bring a couple of surprises to the event. They came in the form of two upcoming graphics cards: the Radeon R9 Nano and a yet to be named graphics card that features dual Fiji GPUs.