Good news for those of you who wish to get the Motorola Moto X, Motorola has just officially announced the arrival of its smartphone in Malaysia, retailing at RM1,499. For those of you who have preordered via our very own Storekini.com, you should be receiving your device very soon.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 may seem like one heck of a device, featuring a IP67 rated build for dust and water resistance and packing all the latest and greatest hardware under its 5” hood, but how much does it really cost to make the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung? According to a teardown analysis by market research firm, IHS, the answer is about USD$256; the device retails at USD$600 in the U.S. without a contract.
Do you remember a time where you could only turn off your computer when it told you it was safe? How about when you needed to type in a command prompt to boot your OS when you started up your computer? If you’re feeling extra nostalgic, head on over to to The Restart Page. With every OS you can imagine from NeXT to Mac OS 9 right down to Windows 3.1 you get to experience the reboot and startup sequence, you know, for old times sake.
This week on Kickstarter, we look at something we don’t really think anything of but we could all somehow find some use of from time to time: Playing Cards. I know paying copious amounts of money for something you can get at just about 7-eleven is counter intuitive, but these are some of the most beautiful playing cards I’ve seen! If you’re a magician or maybe entertain regular poker nights or even just a person who likes to flourish cards, these may be for you.
It looks like the iPhone 6 leaks just wouldn’t stop; over the past 2 days, several different leaks have been unleashed into the World Wide Web, showing off a bigger iPhone 6 with a new design. The leaks include images claiming to be the front panel of the next generation iPhone, mockups, as well as cases.
Smartphone theft is a very common occurrence as they get more prevalent in our lives, take a look at your Facebook feed and chances are there will be one person losing their phone to a pickpocket or just sheer carelessness every month. While the fiscal pain you feel is definitely not easy to ignore, the scariest thing would most definitely be the data at the fingertips of the thief in question.
Sony has announced that it is selling all 9.52 million shares it owns in Square Enix to global financial company SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. The move comes as Sony continues to streamline its portfolio and operations. The number of shares sold represents a stake of 8.2 percent of Square Enix, which will make SMBC Nikko one of the largest shareholders in Square Enix.
Over the weekend, I watched a football match. It was a match between a team that’s had an illustrious past but has fallen off considerably from the heady heights it once called home, against another team who are in the business of buying success. This latter team is widely considered the antithesis of what football stands for; that hard work and tenacity paired with technique and finesse will win you the game.
Over the past two weekends I had also been using the new HTC One (M8). As the game progressed, I realized there were some interesting parallels between the fortunes of HTC with the first team: an entity that was used to being successful, which then endured years of being in the shadows, and is now on the cusp of a renaissance. With a brand new, refined and undeniably handsome flagship smartphone in tow, could HTC mark the start of a resurgence with its latest flagship, the HTC One (M8)? Let’s find out.