Panasonic, the makers of the famous Toughbook line of rugged and semi-rugged mobile computers, has announced the availability of three new models for the Malaysian market. The company also opened a new Toughbook configuration centre in Johor, which will serve the entire South East Asian region.
Samsung will be holding a roadshow for its upcoming Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ next week, but today the company has unveiled the retail prices of both its latest flagship phablets.
If I were to ask Malaysians who are the top five Android smartphone makers, chances are LG is not one of them. And that’s a pity, because this other South Korean electronics giants have been making pretty impressive phones for years, starting from the G2 in 2013. The main reason, of course, was simply because LG does not see Malaysia as a key market – its 2014 G3 flagship only started selling in Malaysia in late December last year.
This year, rather surprisingly, LG has decided to bring in its latest flagship, the G4, to Malaysia in a timely fashion. And now that we’ve got our hands on a review unit, how does it compare against the top-tier flagship smartphones?
They may no longer be pre-installed since Windows 8, but in the early days of Windows, Microsoft had a crucial reason to include its version of Solitaire, Minesweeper, FreeCell and Hearts. These games which few play today actually served a very important role in helping users get acquainted with an object we are now universally familiar with: the mouse.
(UPDATE) It looks like Samsung’s new smartwatch was part of the props for a fashion shoot for the company. More below.
Samsung will announce its next-generation smartwatch, the Gear S2, at next month’s IFA. With many anticipating that Samsung were ready to release a smartwatch at today’s Unpacked event, it appears the Korean company will be holding a separate event for its latest smartwatch.
We live at such an exciting period. The smartphone industry is at its most exciting in recent memory, and intense competition means a decent device can be purchased for not a lot of money. At the same time, innovations by future-thinking individuals are ensuring you can do so much more with just a smartphone.
Alongside the announcement of the Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung also today officially unveiled the availability of its music streaming service, called Milk Music, in Malaysia. Offering a large selection of local and international music, Malaysian users can now try out yet another music streaming service.