In the first part of our Microsoft‘s Redmond campus tour, we kicked things off from Microsoft Store in Bellevue and then progressed to the actual campus ground itself starting with Microsoft Visitor Centre as well as the campus own public transportation network. From there, we checked out some of the current projects that researchers and engineers at Microsoft Research Lab are working on.
So now, it is time for Part 2 of the tour. Let’s begin this with this question: where do Microsofties in Redmond campus go to eat?
Star Wars Battlefront is finally here, and we’re more than a little excited about the Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront PlayStation 4 bundle that should be appearing on our shores any time now. To celebrate the impending arrival of reenacting the doomed defense of Hoth, we’ve put together a list of some of the best games to have come from the Star Wars franchise over the years.
As a global force in computer and software technology for both consumer and enterprise, Microsoft has plenty of establishments throughout the world. However, Redmond is where Microsoft considers as its hometown since the Pacific Northwest city is the location of the company’s corporate headquarters. We recently visited the massive campus and had a glimpse of what it feels like to be among the Microsofties right at the heart of Microsoft.
[Update 18/11/2015]: Celcom has launched two of their latest plans, FIRST Blue and FIRST Gold. As a result of that, the telco has also removed all previous plans. Digi has also updated their SmartPlan with the addition of Digi SmartPlan 238. Maxis also removed SurfMore 75 and introduced MaxisGO.
[Update 11/5/2015]: A lot has happened since our last update. Almost all the telcos have new plans up their sleeves for the year, so hit the break to check them out.
[Update 26/12/2014]: We’ve added Celcom’s new postpaid plans with Optimiser to the list.
[Update 21/8/2014]: Since that quite a lot has changed over the past few months since posting this article, here’s an update to reflect all those changes. Maxis has removed most of its older postpaid plans and replaced them with an all new MaxisONE Plans that gives “limitless” calls and SMS from as low as RM78 a month. Celcom also renamed its data plans to the Celcom First One for those who complained about how the MaxisONE plans have too little data. Finally, DiGi added new iDiGi plans that are streamlined with its existing Smart Plan postpaid plans.
Just a little reminder, none of these plans are tied to any contract. Contract only applies for phone bundles, or when the telco gives you an extra discount for signing up for a contract. Otherwise, you will be free to change your plans anytime you want.
Hit the break to check out the changes.
Even though the news of Apple iPad Pro’s arrival in Malaysia was already known since earlier this week, the local pricing for the new tablet was only made public yesterday as the company begins taking order for the tablet. Apart from being the largest iPad at the moment with its 12.9-inch display, iPad Pro has also been touted as the most powerful tablet that Apple has produced so far mainly thanks to its new A9X 64-bit processor.
Android devices have come a long way. Gone are the days when “premium” specifications such as a Full HD or even 720p displays and high performance processors were only available on flagship devices. This, however, brings up a new dilemma: which Android smartphone offers the best value for money?
With so many good – no, great – Android devices on the market today, it’s impossible to identify which device is the best overall. Chinese manufacturers, especially, have given new meaning to the term “value for money” by packing high-end hardware into affordable smartphones. Let’s take a look at some of the best value for money Android smartphones you can buy in Malaysia today, that you simply cannot go wrong with.
Back when Samsung released the first-ever Galaxy Note smartphone, it was almost universally panned for being too big, while the introduction of the S Pen was touted as the Korean company taking a step back from an age when touch displays was the rage. Fast forward to today, the Galaxy Note series is now not only universally accepted as the catalysts of a whole new smartphone category, it is also the device that many are turning to as productivity machines.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note5 embraces the increasing trend of corporate employees favouring the Galaxy Note as their primary smartphone. While its media consumption and camera capabilities are well-received among consumers, many others also appreciate these productivity-centric features listed below that lets users do more, and do them efficiently.
Given its specs list and looks, one would be surprised to find that Acer’s XR341CK curved monitor isn’t actually classified as a gaming monitor. Instead, Acer is marketing the monitor as a premium mainstream unit – one that tries to combine the high resolution, super wide and a curved panel into a single display. The question is whether is is capable of doing it all, and perhaps a little more.
Now that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are finally available in Malaysia via official resellers and the four major telcos, which would be the best choice? If you’re in the hunt for a new iPhone via one of the four major telcos in Malaysia, look no further. We’ve compiled all available iPhone postpaid plans from Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile, and compiled them by monthly commitments from a mere RM50 to well over RM200. Rest assured whether you are a light or heavy user, there is bound to be a plan that suits you.
In less than one month after they were released in US, the new Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are now officially available in Malaysia starting from today onwards. As expected, there are plenty of eager consumers out there that want to get their hands on the new devices as soon as possible and local telcos has obliged to this request by having midnight launch event at some of their flagship centers throughout Klang Valley.
While we were in Beijing, we happened to have both the Xiaomi Mi 4c and Meizu Pro 5 in our hands. The first thing that we thought of was to pit these two devices against each other, and how should we do it? Well, with a camera shootout, of course. Based on the images that we’ve managed to capture, the results are rather interesting.