Yes, Facebook is tweaking things again but don’t worry, this time round, it’s to fix one pretty annoying problem. Like it or not, Facebook likes to force users to see what they deem popular with a “Top Stories” News Feed. The problem with that is sometimes, the news they show you are outdated. The social network has just announced that are changing things a little to show you content while they are still relevant.
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will finally be available in stores tomorrow, but before you head on to places that sell the phone or before you decide to purchase one from someone else, there is one very important (and judging by their retail prices, somewhat life-changing) decision to make.
Which iPhone 6 should you pick?
Now that iOS 8 has been released and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be launching tomorrow, what’s next for Apple? iPads and OS X Yosemite of course. It has been reported that the Cupertino company will be holding an event next month to unveil two new iPads and to release the next OS X version.
The biggest iOS release ever is now available so if you would like to update your iOS devices (iPhone 4S and above, iPad 2 and above, iPad mini and 5th Generation iPod Touch), head on to your settings menu to check for a software update. The OTA update is worth over 1GB so you’ll have to be patient (especially with our internet problem), and make sure you have at least 5.7GB of empty space on your device. But wait, before you proceed, here are a few things you need to know.
Google may have just given its Play Store an interface overhaul just a couple of months ago but it looks like you can expect more changes to come your way soon. Android Police has gotten their hands on some Google Play Store version 5.0 update showing off a slightly redesigned interface with a more “materialized” content listing.
Think that Sony’s announcements at IFA 2014 were all amazing and you can’t wait to get your hands on the company’s new devices? Yesterday, Sony held a regional launch event in Singapore to announce that they will be bringing several of the most exciting devices to our region, including the Sony Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, Xperia E3, and two new wearables – the SmartBand Talk and Smartwatch 3.
Who says you’ll need to sell a kidney or two to own the latest smartphones in the market? Google’s Android One initiative, which was announced in Google I/O back in May, will bring high-quality and affordable smartphones to emerging market, and they have just announced three new Android One smartphones earlier today in an event in India.
Last week, Oppo shared a teaser on their Malaysia Facebook page featuring a picture of an old-school phone with a rotary dial. The teaser that reads, “This was the phone. Time to turn things around in October”, is believed to be the next generation camera-centric N series smartphone from the company – the Oppo N3.
GSMArena seems to have gotten their hands on a set of images believed to be press pictures of the Oppo N3. It features a brand new design that honestly, looks pretty weird to us but worry not, you’ll still get a rotating camera similar to the Oppo N1, so you can take high resolution and perfect selfies easily.
One of the best things of iOS 8 would definitely have to be the ability to use third-party keyboards like SwiftKey, but it looks like things has just gotten a little more interesting. PopKey recently unveiled a custom keyboard app for iOS 8 that allows you to use animated GIFs instead of plain text or even emoticon.
Now that Maxis is offering the Xiaomi Redmi Note, along with Celcom and DiGi, let’s take a look at who’s got the better deal. All three telcos are offering the phablet from Xiaomi for a very low price – from RM0 for Maxis and DiGi and from RM38 for Celcom, but they all come with a 24 months contract so if you wish to sign up, you’d better pick the right package because you’ll need to use it for two whole years.