Xiaomi and Li-Ning Launches New Smart Shoes From Only 199 Yuan

by Huei Song · 1 month ago · 3 Comments · 2k views

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.

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Page Advisor Now in Malaysia; Offers an Easy Way to Hire Various Services

by Andrew Cheng · 2 months ago · No Comments · 896 views


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.

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Vertu Unveils An RM85,000 Dumb Phone

by Farhan · 2 months ago · 5 Comments · 3.9k views

Vertu Signature For Bentley

Vertu is easily the world’s most premium mobile device maker, with prices ranging into thousands of US dollars for a simple phone. Its most recent device, a mobile phone made in conjunction with Bentley, is the ultimate expression of form over function. Which is especially important if you want your electronics to match the aesthetic of your really expensive Bentley.

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Fitbit Officially Launches in Malaysia

by Pang Tun Yau · 2 months ago · 5 Comments · 4.5k views


Despite selected models being available in the country since earlier this year, Fitbit has officially announced its arrival in Malaysia – and it’s brought along its entire range of fitness and activity trackers.

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Razer Teams Up With Gunnar Optiks For New Collection Of Gaming Eyewear

by Farhan · 2 months ago · 3 Comments · 1.1k views

Razer Gunnar

Gunnar Optiks, a company that specialises in making eyewear that protects against computer induced eye strain, has teamed up with Razer to introduce a new line of gaming eyewear. Called the RPG and Cerebus, these gaming glasses are designed to allow gamers to stare at their screens longer without incurring any fatigue.

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Photo Essay: a Tour of Microsoft Asia Pacific R&D in Beijing

by Andrew Cheng · 3 months ago · 2 Comments · 870 views


The Microsoft Asia Innovation Tour gave us the opportunity to look at what the Microsoft Asia Pacific R&D in Beijing had to offer. We saw several interesting facilities in the campus, and while we did not manage to get our hands on the highly-anticipated Microsoft HoloLens (we’re as disappointed as you are) it was definitely an interesting experience. Here are some of the highlights – in pictures, of course – of the Microsoft Asia Innovation Tour.

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Images Of Nokia’s Cancelled Moonraker Smartwatch Surfaces Online

by Farhan · 3 months ago · 6 Comments · 1.3k views


Nokia was apparently working on a top secret smartwatch to be released alongside the Lumia 930 smartphone. Unfortunately, this was also around the same time that the company was being acquired by Microsoft. It turns out that Redmond would rather focus on its own Microsoft Band, and killed the awesome-looking Moonraker smartwatch.

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Photo Essay: The Booth Babes of Computex 2015

by Pang Tun Yau · 3 months ago · 8 Comments · 32.7k views


Like every other trade show, one of the undeniable attractions of Computex is with the bevy of beauties tending the booths of the show floors. These ladies aren’t just there to smile for the camera and attendees, but they are trained to understand the products they are promoting – in some ways, they serve as product specialists throughout the five-day event.

Of course, it’s a rather subjective matter whether gaining brand visibility via such traditional methods is still socially acceptable these days, but in a male-driven industry it appears this trend will not be ending anytime soon – at least not at Computex. Without further ado, here are some of the best shots we’ve curated of the booth babes of Computex 2015.

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Targus Launches Korean-Inspired Seoul Backpack for RM269 in Malaysia

by Andrew Cheng · 3 months ago · 1 Comment · 2k views


Targus has just launched its new Korean-inspired Seoul backpack in Malaysia. As its name suggests, this backpack is inspired by the hype surrounding K-Pop and Korean culture. Targus is marketing it as an “all-rounder solution” that can be used for work, play and travel.

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Razer Is Giving Away 10 Units Of The Nabu X

by Terry Bass · 4 months ago · 1 Comment · 1.9k views


Razer’s CEO, Min-Liang Tan is giving away ten units of the Nabu X. To be in the running for the giveaway, here’s what you need to do.

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11street Online Marketplace Launches in Malaysia

by Andrew Cheng · 4 months ago · 3 Comments · 3.2k views


11Street, an e-commerce site based in South Korea, has officially launched its online marketplace in Malaysia. First started in 2008, 11Street eventually expanded to Indonesia and Turkey, where it is known as elevenia and n11 respectively.

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PopSlate Case Adds An E-Ink Display To The Back Of An iPhone 6

by Terry Bass · 4 months ago · 8 Comments · 1.5k views


popSLATE has a new phone casing for the iPhone 6 which adds an e-Ink display to the back of the device. The Popslate for iPhone 6 acts as a second screen for the device in which it can display various content from images, to text and even apps – all on the back of the user’s phone. How it works is that the display connects with the device via Bluetooth to retrieve images to be displayed. For example, favourite pictures, a to-do list, or even a web page.

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