Remember the Xiaomi Mi Headphones that was unveiled back in January? Xiaomi Malaysia has announced that it will be coming to our shores very soon. On top of that, the company is also offering a lucky fan the chance to receive it earlier than everyone else, provided the individual can do a professional review.
A news piece from a prominent newspaper has triggered an investigation from the Ministry of Education. Sabah Education Department director, Datuk Jame Alip, has started the investigation on the of a 15 year old who convinced his teachers that Google awarded him a cash prize for the translation app he built in his spare time.
Nikon is testing the waters with a 4K video capable compact mirrorless camera in the Nikon 1 J5. The interchangeable lens camera provides some upgrades over its predecessor, the Nikon 1 J4, and looks to be a decent attempt at reminding consumers that having a proper camera still beats a smartphone any day.
Google is cracking down on Chrome extensions that inject ads into the browser. This follows over 100,000 complaints since the beginning of 2015 and the internet giant has had enough. Ad-injection is a dirty word, moreso these days since the Superfish debacle with Lenovo that brought the practice to the attention of the world.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge have finally been launched in Malaysia. If would like to get one for yourself, you may preorder them from Senheng and senQ online or from their outlets nationwide starting tomorrow, 3 April 2015. As always, the store will throw in freebies for early birds worth up to RM301, as well as a 1 year extended warranty.
The much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge is finally here in Malaysia. Just as we expected, the prices – inclusive of GST – start from RM2,599 and RM3,099 for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge respectively. If you can’t wait to get your hands on one of these two flagship smartphones, both will be available for pre-order tomorrow.
Only Nintendo would schedule a press conference on 1 April to announce its plans for the coming year without a shred of irony. Fortunately, this means that news of a new Fire Emblem game set for release in 2016 is true; and more importantly, the upcoming wool Yoshi Amiibo is a real thing that will be appearing soon enough.
Facebook recently introduced a new tool called Scrapbook that makes it easier for parents to share and organise their children’s photos. If you’re a parent frequently sharing pictures of your children Facebook so your friends and family can see them, but at the same time wish there was a better way to organise all these pictures, you’ll love this tool.