Oppo will be celebrating its one year anniversary in Malaysia next month, and the company says that it will be giving back to its loyal fans. There will be some gifts accompanying Oppo smartphones bought during the month of April and, most importantly, the price of the Oppo R5 is being reduced by RM200.
The fifth game in the Halo series, Halo 5: Guardians, has just gotten its official release date – 27 October 2015. The news first broke out via Xbox’s official Twitter account, along with two live-action commercials released on Xbox’s YouTube page. One showing Master Chief and the other showcasing his new enemy, Spartan Locke.
GitHub, a repository hosting service, has come under heavy distributed denial-of-service attack since last Thursday. The main targets appear to be Great Fire and CN-NY Times, both of which are projects that aim to assist Chinese citizens in circumventing government imposed bans on websites.
As you might know, 2 April will the official media launch for Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in Malaysia. A few hours after the launch event, consumers will then be able to pre-order these devices through Maxis and several other parties (more on that shortly).
If you have been wondering whether to grab Samsung’s latest smartphone, we have just received a reliable tip on the retail prices of both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge.
While the Apple Watch will soon be available to the public on 10 April 2015, knockoffs have started to appear way earlier than the official release of Apple’s latest product. Obviously, these knockoffs are selling at a much cheaper price compared to the original Apple Watch’s price, which ranges from $349 (about RM1,280) to $17,000 (about RM62,200).
Google is investigating allegations of tampering with an Adwords account, and circumventing a digital advertising agency by dealing directly with the client; a Singaporean government linked company (GLC). A Singapore-based Google executive directly approached the client, while the unidentified advertising agency’s Google Adwords account was mysteriously suspended.
Vendors on the shadier side of the internet have been discovered to be selling stolen Uber login information for as little as US$1 (about RM3.70). Two particular vendors have been discovered, and it appears that the username and password combinations are perfectly valid and work just fine for hailing rides.