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Maxis Introduces New Device Protection Plan with Comprehensive Coverage and Express Replacements

by Huei Song · 1 hour ago · No Comments · 179 views

Maxis Device Protection MDP

Afraid that your smartphone or tablet would one day break down and you’ll be left disconnected from the world? Maxis recently launched a Maxis Device Protection (MDP) program, a fast and hassle free program that replaces your device should it be damaged or stolen.

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Review: Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a

by Huei Song · 2 hours ago · No Comments · 546 views


I still remember the months leading to the Oppo Find 7 launch, the world was excited at the rumoured specs that looked like a geek’s wish list. Everybody was wondering if the Chinese company was going to pack a 2K display into a small smartphone size, and the rumoured 50MP rear camera was just mouth-wateringly exciting.

Fast forward a few months, not only did Oppo launch the Oppo Find 7 that proved most of the rumours true, but it also introduced the Find 7a, a lower-end version of the Find 7 that looks identical in terms of design, but packs slightly less powerful specs and is, of course, a lot more affordable.

So how do the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a perform in everyday usage? Hit the break to check out our full review.

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Singapore Beats South Korea to Offer World’s First Commercial 300Mbps LTE-A Service

by Pang Tun Yau · 2 hours ago · 3 Comments · 878 views


Singapore carrier SingTel looks to have beaten the advanced LTE-A networks in South Korean by rolling out the world’s first commercial 300Mbps LTE-A service on August 23 – that’s tomorrow. To celebrate the occasion, Samsung will be releasing a variant of the Galaxy S5 that supports the blazing fast network speeds.

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Welcome Home, MH17: The Bodies of 20 Victims Arrive In Malaysia As The Nation Mourns

by Syefri Zulkefli · 3 hours ago · No Comments · 298 views

The Arrival of MH17's Victims, KLIA

After more than a month since the flight went down in Ukraine, the bodies of 20 Malaysian victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have finally arrived in Kuala Lumpur International Airport via a specially chartered plane from Amsterdam this morning. Consisting of 11 passengers and nine crew members, they are the first of 43 Malaysians that were perished in the incident which took all 298 lives on board.

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Leaked: Moto X+1 Renders, The Beefed Up Moto X

by Dee-Ker · 4 hours ago · No Comments · 374 views


Recently, there are already a handful of unofficial information about a few unannounced Motorola devices which have been surfacing online – the Droid Turbo and the Nexus 6 Shamu being the two of them. However, the leaking spree is far from over as @evleaks had just posted up the latest leaked Motorola Moto X+1 image renders.

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Ouya to Partner with Xiaomi to Provide Exclusive Games Content on Smart TVs

by Pang Tun Yau · 5 hours ago · No Comments · 451 views


Ouya, the company behind the Ouya Android-based game console, is ready to announce a partnership with the increasingly prominent Chinese company, Xiaomi, to provide game content to its Mi TV smart TVs and its Mi Box streaming device.

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Maxis Announce Data Roam Saver Plan – International Data Roaming for RM10/Day

by Huei Song · 5 hours ago · No Comments · 1k views

Maxis Data Roam Pass

Data roaming has just gotten a whole lot more affordable because Maxis has just announced a new Data Roam Saver plan, allowing you to stay connected to the internet for only RM10/day while you’re roaming.

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Leak: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Features – 16MP, Side Touch, Selfie Modes and More

by Huei Song · 7 hours ago · No Comments · 1.5k views

Samsung Galaxy S5-18Rear camera of the Samsung Galaxy S5

Camera is without a doubt one of the most important features on a smartphone, and it looks like the camera on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have some exciting stuffs to offer. Sammobile recently received a very detailed report regarding the device’s camera specifications and features, including a 16MP Sony IMX240 camera, a new Side Touch sensor, Selfie modes, and a whole load more.

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Maxis Adds Two New Devices to its Bundles – Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Sony Xperia T3

by Huei Song · 8 hours ago · No Comments · 410 views

Maxis Galaxy Tab S and Xperia T3

Maxis has just added in two new devices to its bundles, offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.4 from as low as RM1,199, as well as the Sony Xperia T3 from as low as RM599. Available immediately, these devices even come with an extra “Raya dengan gaya” discount giving you an extra discount of RM100.

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[LYTV] A Closer Look at the Xiaomi Mi 4

by Pang Tun Yau · 19 hours ago · No Comments · 3.3k views

As we’re finishing up our review of the Xiaomi Mi 4, we thought we’d give you a taste of how the Mi 4 is like.

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ZTE Releases Nubia 5S Mini LTE, a Competitively-Priced LTE Phone for the US

by Izzuddin Helmi · 20 hours ago · 1 Comment · 689 views

ZTE Nubia 5S Mini LTE 1

Chinese phone maker ZTE has launched its new mid-range phone, called the Nubia 5S Mini LTE. While its previous products have never really been exceptional, the 5S Mini LTE could prove to be a new beginning for ZTE – and it seems to know it, too: the 5S Mini LTE will be available in the US market for pre-order.

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AdDetector Is A Plugin That Labels Paid Content

by Farhan · 1 day ago · No Comments · 400 views

AdDetector Newsweek

Paid content, or advertorials, are a fairly common thing on the Internet; although it is not easy to differentiate it from regular editorial content. Google product engineer Ian Webster has created AdDetector, a plugin for both Chrome and Firefox, that will clearly mark content that has been paid for. Ideally, this is so readers are more aware of what kind of materials they end up reading on the internet.

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