Finally, it looks like U Mobile too is offering the Samsung Galaxy S5 with its pone bundle, allowing you to own the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung from as low as RM999. But wait, U Mobile also signed a partnership with Standard Chartered to give you a chance to receive further rebate worth RM444, meaning that you can get the Samsung Galaxy S5 at only RM555. Intrigued? Hit the break to find out how.
Good news for DiGi subscribers who are on the all-new DG SmartPlan that was introduced just about 2 months ago, it looks like the telco is currently offering a rebate of RM5/month if you sign up for a contract. On top of that, they will also offer an extra 100 minutes of talk time and 100 SMS every month, free for life. As with the rumor we heard earlier, the extra freebies are not only applicable for DG SmartPlan 50, new subscribers of DG SmartPlan 78 will get to enjoy the free 100 mins and 100 SMS too.
Look who just received a brand new look, Viber just released an update for its iOS app in the App Store, featuring a massive makeover as well as several enhancement. Released last night, the new Viber Version 4.2 for iPhone now comes with a flat and minimalistic design, in-line with the whole iOS 7 design cue.
If you ever wish to go back in time to see how the world has changed before your very eye, here’s your chance. Google has just announced a new feature on its Google Maps Street View, bringing you back to yesteryear and allowing you to see what places used to look like all the way back to the year 2007.
It’s 23 April 2014 and if you’ve been waiting to see what Xiaomi has got to offer in its product launch, here it is. The Chinese company has just taken the curtains off three brand new products namely the Mi Router, Mi Router Mini and an enhanced Mi Box that is 3 times more powerful than before and supports 4K.
Have an old phone lying around, and wish to buy a brand new iPhone 5S? Maxis has just announced a new trade in & trade up program, allowing you to trade in your iPhone 4/4S, Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2, and purchase an iPhone 5S at a discounted price, or even for free when you sign up for the most expensive postpaid plan from the telco.
Always wanted to be one of the first to test out something and get to know everything before anyone else? Apple has just opened up an OS X Beta Seed Program for non-developers, allowing anyone and everyone to test out its pre-release software for free. The beta testing program was previously only available for Apple developers, which costs $99 a year.
A couple of weeks ago, an app called Virus Shield was released into the Play Store and almost immediately jumped to the top of the paid app list with over 10,000 downloads. The app boasts the ability to “prevent harmful apps from being installed on your device”, can “scan apps, settings, files and media in real time” and “protects your personal information”, with “low impact on battery life”, all for a price of USD$3.99. Sounds good doesn’t it? That was what those 10,000 users who downloaded it thought but unfortunately, it is a fake app that does absolutely nothing at all.
Google was informed about the problem and on top of refunding back users the $3.99 they spent on the app, the company is also offering an extra $5 dollar credit to affected users.
It looks like Google really wants to replace the boring messaging app on your Android smartphone and replace it with its Hangouts app. The search giant has just released an update to its Hangouts app, merging Hangouts conversations together with text messages from the same person.
It looks like LG just wouldn’t stop teasing its LG G Watch, just hours ago, the company posted several pictures of a champagne gold version of its wearable tech powered by Android Wear. The teaser was posted on LG Mobile’s Facebook page showing off the G Watch with a black face, gold accents and a white wrist strap, looking as sleek and as sexy as ever.