Peer-to-peer download service BitTorrent has long been associated with piracy and file sharing. More often than not, it is where people go if they don’t want to pay for music. That all changes now with the implementation of the paywall option on its Bundle publishing platform.
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez’s ban from all football apparently extends past the barriers of the real world and all the way into Electronic Arts’ FIFA 15. Players beginning the game in charge of Barcelona will receive a message saying that he is banned from games until 26 October; which is incidentally the same time his real ban ends.
Since it has almost been year after the release GoPro HERO3+, we believe that there are many users out there feel that the time is now ripe for the company to unleash a brand new model into the market. If you are one of them, you should be delighted for this news then: HERO4 is confirmed, according to a major set of info that was leaked out earlier today.
Valve has been making quite a few changes to Steam lately, and the most recent change is the implementation of the Steam Music Player. This new feature will allow users to play songs stored on their computers directly from Steam, without having to launch any other media player. While the Steam Music Player is not actually new, it has been in the testing phase for several months, it is only now launching to all Steam users.
Calling all photographers and photography enthusiasts, the PhotoArt Convention by The Center for Asian Photographers (C4AP) will be held on 25th and 26th October 2014 at The School @ Jaya One. Mark your calendar and spend these two days to meet up with others with similar interest with you so you can see and discuss all things photography.
Just last Friday, Xiaomi announced that they have invested USD$25 million in venture capital into iHealth Lab Inc,, one of the most well-known smart health device makers, and it looks like the folks in China will be able to start buying iHealth devices at mi.com as soon as tomorrow. Co-founder and president of Xiaomi, Bin Lin, has just made an announcement on his Facebook page, saying that the iHealth Blood Pressure Monitoring system will go on sale at mi.com starting tomorrow and as expected, it will be pretty cheap at RMB199 – that’s approximately RM105.
UPDATE 1, 400PM 23/09: We have received the official statement from Uber regarding this issue…and it is a feisty one. Read more to check it out.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE, 926PM 22/09:
A month ago, Uber was suddenly dragged into the limelight after local taxi operators questioned the legality of the service in Malaysia. Not enough with that, the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) has also pointed several legal and technical issues that the fledgling company need to address regarding its operation in Malaysia.
Today, Uber can now add Road Transport Department (JPJ) into the growing list of Malaysian authorities that have taken interest on the service. Not in a positive way though as JPJ has planned to halt Uber’s usage on private cars which is one of the issues that were pointed out by SPAD last month.
Every real major sporting event needs a theme song, and Riot Games apparently thinks that this applies to eSports as well. The company has teamed up with Imagine Dragons to create an entirely new song for the League of Legends Season 4 World Championship that begins this week.
Good news for Samsung Galaxy Life users, Samsung and Easy Taxi has just announced that they will be offering free rides for students and families from Friday, 12 September to Sunday, 14 September 2014. This promotion is in conjunction with the school holidays and will be available not only for students, but for families as well.
We are pretty sure that many of you here might have owned or had an encounter with Casio products at least once regardless of your age. From wrist watches to calculators to cameras to musical instruments, Casio products can be found everywhere since decades ago.
Despite that, Casio actually never had any official presence in Malaysia and depended on distributors such as Marco Corporation who is the exclusive distributor for Casio timepieces since 1972 to spread Casio products in Malaysia. That changes this year though…and the company really wants you to know that Casio is now officially in Malaysia. For real.