Google has expanded its Street View imagery of Malaysian roads to include Sabah and Sarawak. The effort took some six months, including the time to trek through Mulu National Park. This most recent expansion follows the addition of thousands of kilometres of Malaysian coastline through the Paddle for Nature programme that ended in February 2015.
Made official last month, Jabra is about to launch the brand new Sport Coach Wireless in Malaysia later this week. For fitness buffs out there that already heard of it and are interested to get their hands on the headset, they don’t have to wait for Sport Coach Wireless to pop up at stores as they can actually pre-order it directly from Jabra’s official distributor in Malaysia, Mobile Dot Com (MDC) Network today.
In case you missed the notice, we are now hours away from the official roll out day of Windows 10 which is scheduled to take place tomorrow, 29 July. While it is true that not everyone will get the new operating system on the first day it goes into the market, some users have already received the installer inside their PC.
Curved design first hit the TV scene around two years ago and it doesn’t take long before the trend spill over to monitors. At this moment, plenty of established monitor brands have their own curved offering including Acer which has just launched its brand new XR341CK Curved Monitor in Malaysia earlier this week.
Just hours after OnePlus took the curtains off the OnePlus 2, the 2016 flagship killer, Maxis is now teasing the device saying that it’s coming. There are no details at the moment, but it looks like Malaysians won’t have to wait too long to get the device.
So, the OnePlus 2 has finally been unveiled. OnePlus thinks that the device is so amazing that it is being touted as the “2016 flagship killer” when (a) we’re still in 2015, and (b) obviously no one has announced a phone for next year yet. So before we look ahead in time, how does it compare to the flagship smartphones we have today?
— Razer (@Razer) July 27, 2015
Razer has announced the acquisition of Ouya, and it looks like the gaming peripheral specialist intends to use the micro-console’s expertise to further its own Android console goals. The company will be absorbing Ouya’s software, storefront, and technical staff; but the console itself will be discontinued.