If you are a big fan of Counter Strike: Global Offensive and have been dreaming of making it big, this is definitely one of your best chance so far. As reported yesterday, the Asian offline qualifier for ESL One Cologne 2015 will take place at eCurve Mutiara Damansara next month and will feature eight top teams from around the region with one slot is specifically reserved for a Malaysian team.
In order to choose the team that will represent our country at the Asian qualifier, ESL will be organizing the Malaysian qualifier for ESL One Cologne 2015 on 27 June.
Claiming itself as the biggest Counter Strike: Global Offensive tournament in the world, ESL One Cologne 2015 will witness sixteen top teams from all over the world competing for the championship title as well as a total cash prize of USD 250,000 (RM 939,450). Before that could happen though, those teams will first have to go through regional qualifiers and interestingly, one of them will be taking place right here in Malaysia.
Back at CES earlier this year, Sony has showcased quite a number of fitness-oriented products including the Smart B-Trainer. Mainly targeted for runners, Sony Malaysia has begun taking pre-orders for the device which will receive its media launch later this week.
It seems to be a trend nowadays for GoPro action cameras to survive against all odds. This particular GoPro survived a 10,000 feet drop after it was seemingly knocked out of the owner’s helmet while skydiving. The video above shows how falling from a dizzying height looks like, and we have to admit: we get dizzy just by looking at it.
Xiaomi and Li Ning have set paths to collaborate in the effort of making the next generation smart running shoes. As it will be a first for the two Chinese companies, they have previously never made anything of the sort. Nonetheless, the two companies are taking wearables to new heights (or depths) and they promise that the product will be affordable for consumers.
Also known as the SM-G388F, the Galaxy Xcover 3 is the third iteration to Samsung’s Xcover lineup. It has just been announced by Samsung, and the Korean giant is aiming it at those who live life on the edge. Living up to its name, it boasts mid-range hardware with a tough and durable body to boot.
YouTube will soon launch a new feature that allows viewers to be fully engulfed in full 360 degree viewing. The company has been on a roll with the change from Flash to HTML5 and the introduction of multi-angled viewing. Now it is expanding on the 360 degree video platform with supported cameras and video formats.