In celebration of its 15th anniversary, Leapfrog has launched a slew of new products under its various brands. These include products from Armaggeddon, Sonic Gear, Power Logic, and the company’s new brand that focuses on high-end offerings, Elysium. Here are some highlights of the 30 products launched today here in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
You would think that the Apple Watch is not doing well at all because Apple hasn’t been bragging about the numbers, but according to Strategy Analytics, it has been doing extremely well. In fact, so well that in Q2 2015, Apple captured 75% of the global smartwatch marketshare.
Rumours of a potential electric vehicle from Apple have surfaced again after the company recently recruited several auto industry veterans. As a consumer electronics manufacturer, Apple would have little use for the expertise that these people bring; unless it is actually building a car.
Practically every guitarist worth his (or her) salt will know Marshall, a company that has made itself known with its renowned guitar amplifiers. Just recently, Marshall has unveiled its very own Android smartphone, the London. As a music-centric device, its design is clearly inspired by other products made by the amp company, which should appeal to musicians.
Back in March 2015, Xiaomi and Li Ning announced that they will be partnering up to launch smart running shoes, and if you’ve been waiting for it, here it is. Both companies recently took the curtains off the Li-Ning Smart Shoes starting from only 199 Chinese Yuan – that’s only about RM122.
First launched in Singapore back in May 2015, Page Advisor is now available in Malaysia. Basically, it is the first “real-time” mobile commerce marketplace platform for home and lifestyle services. The real-time aspect of the service comes in the form of merchants bidding for your job request in real-time. The best part? There’s no limit to the amount of merchants that can bid on your request.
Waze has begun a limited trial run of its new carpooling service called RideWith. The app aims to match people on similar routes and make it easier to find a carpool to and from work. It is currently only available in Waze’s home country of Israel, but it should be expanding to the rest of the world over time.
(UPDATE) If you missed out on the early bird promotion, you can still register at a discounted rate! Find out more below.
The world’s leading obstacle race, the Reebok Spartan Race, is coming to Malaysia. Coinciding with the first-ever National Sports Day in Malaysia, the Reebok Spartan Race promises to be yet another challengingly fun race for fitness enthusiasts.
Launched back in November last year, RoKKi Chats in-flight Wi-Fi service has enabled passengers in selected AirAsia flight to use a selected number of online instant messaging service while being up in the air. Developed by a fellow Tune Group company called Tune Box, RoKKi Chats is now able to support yet another popular application: Twitter.