Celcom and Telekom Malaysia have signed an agreement that will see Celcom leasing part of TM’s network. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed to allow Celcom to increase its fibre-optic network coverage using infrastructure provided by TM Next-Gen Backhaul (TMNGB) services, while also providing a robust backhaul network for its LTE network.
Elephone will reportedly release a smartphone that can dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.0. The unnamed device was teased at the recent Global Source Mobile Electronics Fair in Hong Kong, and now, the company has reached out to Neowin to confirm the device’s hardware specifications as well as a launch date.
The Google Nexus 7 has been taken down from the Google Store, the device’s official product page now shows a notice saying “the Nexus 7 is no longer available for purchase”. The Nexus 5 and Nexus 10 were also recently removed from the Play Store, meaning the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are the only smartphone and tablet available from Google.
Last week, app developers for the Pebble smartwatch had noticed that their work was being rejected from the App Store. At the time, they were told that any apps that made reference to other manufacturers in the documentation or meta data would be automatically rejected; however, Apple has issued a statement saying that it was all a misunderstanding and the apps should not have been rejected in the first place.
[Update] Google apologises for the image, says it’s made by a Map Maker user, not Google employee.
This is definitely the weirdest thing happening on the internet tonight. If you browse Google Maps to Rawalpindi, a city located in northern Pakistan, you will be greeted with an image of an Android mascot peeing on the Apple’s logo.
Jaring, Malaysia’s first internet provider, has ended up under liquidation. The court order reportedly came last Thursday, with first news appearing over the weekend. Jaring was originally a subsidiary of Mimos Berhad, but was eventually taken over by the Finance Ministry; it was under the Ministry that the company was sold to Utusan Printcorp.
Many were disappointed when Xiaomi announced that the Mi 4 will not make it to Malaysia. However, its plastic variant, the new Xiaomi Mi 4i, will arrive on our shores as early as next month. That being said, just how does it compare against its own family of products and other competitors?