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Aorus Gaming Laptops are Now Officially in Malaysia: Say Hello to the X3 Plus & X7 v2

by Pang Tun Yau · 5 mins ago · No Comments · 28 views

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Step aside Razer, there’s a new ultimate mobile gaming laptop in town.

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TGS 2014: Light Pink PlayStation Vita To Be Released In Malaysia On 13 November

by Syefri Zulkefli · 10 hours ago · No Comments · 330 views

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Currently, gamers have a choice of eight colors to choose from when they purchase a Sony PlayStation Vita (specifically, the PCH-2000 series) in Malaysia. However, if you don’t find them attractive enough, a new paintjob for the handheld gaming system will be released in Malaysia soon.

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Fault in AAG Submarine Cable Causes Massive Internet Slowdown Across Southeast Asia

by Pang Tun Yau · 13 hours ago · 20 Comments · 49.5k views

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If you have been experiencing exceptionally slow Internet speeds, even when connected to Unifi, you’re not alone. A fault on the Asia America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable system is causing data degradation, affecting Internet users in the Southeast Asian region accessing sites based in the US.

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TGS 2014: Quick Look At PlayStation 4 Dragon Quest Metal Slime Edition, Coming To Asia Soon

by Syefri Zulkefli · 15 hours ago · 1 Comment · 678 views

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Earlier this month, Sony has unveiled a brand new limited edition PlayStation 4 at Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia (SCEJA) press conference which is called the Metal Slime Edition in conjunction with the upcoming release of Dragon Quest Heroes: Yamiryuu to Sekaiju no Shiro.

At that time, it was believed that the special edition console will not be available outside of Japan but that changes today as SCEJA today has revealed that PS4 Dragon Quest Metal Slime Edition will be released in Asian regions soon.

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ADATA Launches XPG V3 DDR3 Gaming Memory

by Farhan · 16 hours ago · No Comments · 213 views

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Adata has launched the most recent version of it XPG line of high performance RAM. The XPG V3 DDR3 memory is designed for overclocking and runs at 3100MHz to get the most out of the hardware. Also included are the removable heat sinks, mainly for aesthetics and modders who want to change the colour of their internals.

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Microsoft to Hold Windows Event on September 30 – Windows 9 Ready to be Unveiled?

by Pang Tun Yau · 16 hours ago · 2 Comments · 392 views

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Looks like Microsoft is ready to unveil the next iteration of its Windows operating system. Tentatively known as Windows 9, Microsoft is set to unveil even more exciting additions to the world’s most popular desktop operating system, including Cortana integration and new UI changes that includes the return of the Start menu.

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U Mobile Launches Ambitious Effort To Acquire Two Million New Customers By Year End

by Farhan · 17 hours ago · No Comments · 1.7k views

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After announcing its 3G and LTE expansion plan last week, it turns out that U Mobile is not going to just stop there. The company announced earlier today that it has planned yet another initiative that actually has a very ambitious objective: to obtain two million new customers by 31 December 2014.

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SwiftKey and Swype for iOS to be Available Today

by Pang Tun Yau · 19 hours ago · 1 Comment · 1.2k views

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One of the biggest moves by Apple at its iOS 8 announcement is to open up its platform for third-party keyboard apps. It’s not so much that the default iOS keyboard was bad, but the fact that its autocorrect engine has spawned countless blogs dedicated to “autocorrect fails” says a lot about the need of an alternative. With iOS 8 set to be available for download today, third-party keyboard apps will now be available, in addition to the new QuickType virtual keyboard for iOS 8.

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YouTube India to Let Viewers Watch Videos Offline

by Pang Tun Yau · 19 hours ago · No Comments · 442 views

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There was more than one reason for Google to hold its Android One event in India. In addition to the new, highly-affordable Android One devices that were announced, Google also announced that most of YouTube will be made available for offline viewing in India.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 900 Series Benchmark Scores Leaked Ahead of Official Launch

by Pang Tun Yau · 20 hours ago · 3 Comments · 2.7k views

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NVIDIA‘s latest GeForce 900 and 900M series are set to be unveiled either in October or November, but its two highest-end models have already been benchmarked – and the GTX 980 has even been pictured.

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Oppo Confirms N3 Launch in Singapore; New Prototype Render Emerges

by Pang Tun Yau · 21 hours ago · 3 Comments · 812 views

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Oppo is ramping up the hype for its upcoming N3 smartphone. Media invites have begun appearing in our inboxes, confirming an upcoming regional launch event in Singapore next month.

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Steam Now Priced In RM; It’s A Bigger Deal Than You Think

by Farhan · 22 hours ago · 9 Comments · 2.2k views

Borderlands in RM

Steam has finalised a move to convert all pricing to RM for Malaysian users. This has turned out to be a good thing in one way as there is a noticeable discount on the offered titles. However, this comes at a price as PayPal is no longer listed as one of the payment options available. Instead, it appears to be have been replaced by local payment options MOL and eClub points.

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