Blizzard has provided new details about the current state and future of its wildly popular online card game, Hearthstone. Aside from proudly proclaiming that the game now has more than 20 million players, the company also revealed that the Android and iPhone versions of the game are mostly complete; although the developers still have “a few more mana crystals to polish and some Angry Chickens to chase down“.
For a lot of music lovers out there, Spotify proved to be an inexpensive way to access to their favourite music regardless of classic tunes or the latest chart busters. Furthermore, the monthly fees for the service in Malaysia is cheaper than United States at RM 14.90.
Soon, that fee might be even cheaper as Spotify has announced its new Spotify Family plan that allow users to share their subscription plan at half the normal price per additional user.
At Google I/O few months ago, Google shared its vision of the entertainment in the living room through Android TV. Fast forward to today, the first device to run Android TV is now here in the form of the new Google Nexus Player which is manufactured by ASUS.
OnePlus earlier today has officially announced its partnership with the renowned audio company, JBL which subsequently has led to the creation of the new JBL E1+ Earphones. The new earphones have become the company’s second audio accessories after the introduction of the highly affordable OnePlus Silver Bullet Earphones last month.
Smartphones, smart TVs, smart wearables and even health related gadgets, it looks like Xiaomi is on a roll this year. The Chinese company has just taken the curtains off four smart home products namely a smart webcam, smart lightbulb, smart power plug and a smart remote center.
Workplace distraction is a small annoyance that the modern employee has to put up with to maintain productivity. Jabra believes that it has found the solution to this problem by introducing the new Evolve line of professional headsets. They will produce a personal “concentration zone” using advanced noise-cancellation technology, making it impossible to hear what is going on around the office.
Next month, Cyberjaya will be turned into multifaceted festival ground as the renowned tech hub of the country will be hosting the Cyberjaya Creative Playground from 14 to 16 November. Taking place in the city’s Multimedia University (MMU) and Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), the festival will be focusing on three main themes: gaming, music and techpreneurship.
Now that Google Maps Street View covers a large section of peninsula Malaysia, it might be time to sit down and examine precisely what the service actually is. For most Street View is an interesting distraction or a quaint tool to use for looking up random locations and see what there is. However, it is a bit more than just looking at your own house from the Internet.
Wearable enthusiasts who have been looking into buying a Pebble can now get it at a substantially lower cost. Prices for both the Pebble and Pebble Steel have been cut by US$50 (or GBP50 for those in the UK). New features have also been added through a software update and apps that reveal the Pebble’s intention to bridge the gap between smartwatch and fitness band.
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.