In the market for a premium 8-inch tablet? Then Huawei’s new MediaPad M2 tablet could be right up your alley. Powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 930 processor (the very same chipset found in the Huawei P8), this all-metal 7.8mm thin tablet has just been spotted in SIRIM’s database, suggesting that a Malaysian launch could be happening very soon.
In an age where even government agencies are spying on its own people, it is perhaps easy to understand why some people are getting very paranoid. Some can get so paranoid that they’re even thinking that phone makers are secretly installing a chip that steals your personal data stored on your phone…for whatever purposes a paranoid mind can think of.
Hewlett-Packard has filed the necessary paperwork for the company to split itself into two entities. The existing HP Inc will remain intact, but the server business will be spun off as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. This neatly divides the company between consumer tech and enterprise services,
Windows 10 will soon be released to the public, and with it comes the long awaited – and often confusing – free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users. However, those hoping to get their upgrades from day one might be disappointed to discover that Microsoft will be releasing it in waves instead of all at once.
Rumours of BlackBerry’s foray into an Android powered device continue, and this time with a supposed leak of what the device will look like. Surprisingly, the only picture available seems to indicate that the company will be putting Android into a BlackBerry Passport; although another tweet from evleaks indicates that the rumoured slider version of the phone is already on its way to AT&T.
Xiaomi is adding yet another product under its smart home lineup. This time around, it’s an air conditioner that the company has worked on with Midea. Mind you, it’s not just any air conditioner; it’s a smart one. Dubbed the i-Youth Smart air conditioner, it boasts several interesting features, and it works in tandem with Xiaomi’s Mi Band as well.
Launched back in November last year, RoKKi Chats in-flight Wi-Fi service has enabled passengers in selected AirAsia flight to use a selected number of online instant messaging service while being up in the air. Developed by a fellow Tune Group company called Tune Box, RoKKi Chats is now able to support yet another popular application: Twitter.