LG may have been quiet about the LG G4 lately, but that doesn’t mean the Korean company isn’t hard at work on it. Previously, we only had press renderings of the upcoming smartphone, but thanks to a forum member on XDA-Developers, we now have actual images of the LG G4 (or the G4 Note).
If you’ve been waiting to get the Xiaomi Redmi 2 with a postpaid bundle, here it is. YES is now offering the latest Xiaomi Redmi smartphone in Malaysia for free when you sign up for a contract with them, and as with most bundles from Yes 4G, it comes with a free Huddle, as well as free call minutes and SMS.
Nigeria will be implementing an interesting method for getting its local telcos to provide quality service; the country has announced that it will throw executives from non-performing telecommunications service providers in prison. It may sound a little extreme, but the government is saying that the local infrastructure has deteriorated too much and it has had enough of their excuses.
Mineski has announced an open registration for the Mineski Pro Gaming League Southeast Asia Season 7 (MPGL), which started late last night and will close at midnight tonight. The Malaysian qualifier for the league starts at 1pm tomorrow, with a US$50,000 (about RM183,000) prize pool there isn’t much time for teams to get in on the action.
Microsoft’s habit of changing the names of things continues after the company announced that it would be referring to Universal apps as Windows apps from now on. This change is surprising considering that the name Universal apps already describes the idea behind these applications pretty well.
PayPal has reached a settlement with the US Treasury Department over charges that it processed payments to people in countries under sanction. In addition to this, it had also unwittingly processed payments to a man that the US has listed as known to be selling black market nuclear weapons.