If you’re disappointed at the battery life of current smartwatches, it looks like Asus has got some interesting things in stored for the near future. The Chairman of Asus, Jonney Shih, recently mentioned that the next generation ZenWatch will have a battery that can last up to one week.
Can’t live without WhatsApp because keeps you connected to all your friends and families? Say hello to “WhatSim”, a SIM card dedicated for WhatsApp and keeps you connected to the chat app anywhere you are in the world (in 150 countries around the world at least) for only €10 a year. However, there’s a catch to it.
While modular phones like Google’s Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is an awesome idea that lets you upgrade your phone module by module, would it create more waste because upgrading a phone parts would be so easy? Puzzlephone recently introduced the Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer that puts together old Puzzlephone modules to form a supercomputer.
If you’ve been wanting to sign up with Maxis’ SurfMore 75 data-centric postpaid plan, you better do it fast because effective 29 January 2015, the plan will no longer be available for new subscribers. On top of that, they will also remove voice add-on plan for SurfMore subscribes, as well as revise the price for SurfMore data upgrades.
We all already know that the Apple Watch will not have a fantastic battery life. During the announcement of Apple’s first ever smartwatch, the Cupertino company mentioned that it requires daily charging and if you were hoping to see some numbers, here’s an insight reported by 9to5Mac.
Remember the perfume bottle-like selfie camera that Sony showed off last year? Well, if you think that Sony will never bring it to Malaysia, you’re wrong. The Cyber-shot DSC-KW11 is now available for preorder at Sony Malaysia’s website.