Good news for those of you who love to take selfies, our app of the week is this week is CamMe, a camera app for iOS devices that makes capturing selfies as easy as grasping the air, literally. You know those awkward situations where you’re trying to take a picture of yourself or a group of friends, and your arms are too short to fit everyone in, hence accidentally cropping out someone? With CamMe, you’ll never have that problem again because it allows you to capture self-shots from as far 5 meters without even having to touch your phone and no, you will not need to pay for an expensive remote shutter button.
Surprised by a different Facebook layout this morning? Don’t worry, you computer did not go crazy or get hacked, it’s because Facebook has yet again rolled out a new design for its News Feed. Remember the new design that was announced last year that promised a larger News Feed area to display larger images, and will only show you things that “you care about”? That never happened and fast forward one year later, Facebook is back again with a new design and this time, it’s for real.
So, DiGi has finally enabled LTE connectivity for its smartphone customers this week – around 8 months after it was initially made available for tablets and broadband customers. That being said though, this particular service is currently available only for postpaid customers.
Hence, we asked DiGi at the company’s media event earlier today if the telco has plan to extend LTE to prepaid customers. As expected, it turns out that DiGi is indeed planning to offer LTE to its prepaid customers.
As you might have read yesterday, DiGi has rolled out a set of new DG SmartPlan postpaid plans which also signifies the official availability of DiGi 4G LTE service for smartphones. While subscribers to these new plans receive access to LTE connectivity, how about customers that are still on the previous iteration of DG SmartPlan postpaid plans such as SmartPlan 48, SmartPlan 68 and SmartPlan 88?
If you are one of these customers, don’t worry if you still not able to utilize LTE connectivity on your LTE smartphone at the time being. Just like how it was stated in the FAQ section of DiGi LTE’s website, LTE connectivity will soon be made available to you according to the confirmation by Christian Thrane, the Chief Marketing Officer of DiGi at a media event earlier today.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reportedly begun manufacturing the next-generation processor for Apple’s next iPhone. AFP reports that the Taiwanese company, the world’s leading contract microchip maker, has already started producing the A8 processor that will power the iPhone 6.
Respawn Entertainment has thought it necessary to let us know that every game is better with Titans, by crossing the upcoming Titanfall game with some classic arcade titles. It’s a silly little concept, as the Titan’s superior firepower makes the game incredibly easy; but it does come off as a fantastic way of promoting the FPS.
Images on the internet tend to get used without the permission or even credit to the original creator. Getty Images, which licenses stock photos for official use, has decided that if you can’t beat them you might as well join them. As a result it is now allowing anyone to use its high quality images; as long as they use the embed feature.
Microsoft has begun teasing the reveal of its next generation of Windows graphics API. It would appear that Redmond is not going to let AMD’s new Mantle API hog all the glory for the next generation of gaming. The splash page displays the apparent partners for the next DirectX, which surprisingly includes AMD itself.
DiGi may be busy preparing stuffs for its postpaid customers with the introduction of 4G LTE for its postpaid voice plans and new SmartPlans, but that doesn’t mean it’s forgetting its prepaid subscribers. At the launch this morning, the telco also introduced some new weekly mobile internet for its prepaid subscribers that are as affordable as RM3/week – Weekly RM3, Weekly RM5 and Weekly RM7.
Now that DiGi has introduced brand new DG SmartPlan postpaid plans that are all equipped with 4G LTE connectivity (finally), it looks like you will be able to sign up for a device bundle for those plans as well. The telco has recently updated its device bundle page, offering devices from Samsung, Sony, Motorola and more that are tied to the new DG SmartPlan 50/78/108/148 postpaid plans.
Good news for Gmail users for iOS devices, Google has just rolled out an update for its Gmail for iOS app that brings background app refresh and more, eliminating the need of manually refreshing your inbox, making it quicker for you to access all your mails the moment you open the app.
Dual USB drives seems to be a trend now, not too long ago, SanDisk announced its Ultra Dual USB Drive that comes with two USB ports – a regular USB 2.0 at one end and a microUSB port at the other end, specially designed for easy transfer of content between Android devices and computers, and now it’s Kingston’s turn to announce a similar USB flash drive – the DataTraveler microDuo that allow consumers to expand the storage of their Android tablets and smartphones.
The days leading up to MWC 2014 were dominated by news of both Oppo and Xiaomi expanding their presence in the region. It was, largely, well received, as most of our readers enjoying the potential for growing smartphone options. The situation bears another look now that MWC is past. So are both Oppo and Xiaomi still viable options now that we know what is to come in the next 6 months?