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.
Xiaomi really brought its A-game to the world of action videography with the release of the Yi Action Camera. Now, the company has released official photo and video samples taken with the sports camera that boasts on powerful hardware while still being able to take a swim with the fishes, and not to mention keeping its retail price low.
While the big companies have gotten their announcements out early, Oaxis also has a few announcements of its own – Oaxis Star.21 and O2. The Star.21 has a unique feature where it only tracks your fitness in a 21-day cycle while the O2 is a more advanced fitness tracker with an LED display.
Huawei has revealed the TalkBand N1, a set of wireless earphones that also function as a media player and fitness tracker. The wireless capabilities allow it to travel with the user without the need for a smartphone, although it does have limitations when not paired with a proper device.
HyppTV has a new updated app for its HyppTV Everywhere service, that allows users to watch streaming video on mobile devices. The new app no longer requires a Unifi or Streamyx subscription, and will include a seven day free trial for all those who download it for the first time.
With less than two month to go before We Run KL 21K takes place on 1 February 2015, Nike Malaysia has recently set up a pre-race expo at Taman Botanical Perdana (previously known as Taman Tasik Perdana) in Kuala Lumpur. What made it slightly different than previous pre-race event that Nike or even many organizers out there have organized is that it features quite a number of interesting scientific tools for visitors to utilize especially for We Run KL participants in order to prepare them for the upcoming half-marathon.
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) earlier today has temporarily shut down its official website after the site was defaced by an unknown party with statements in Vietnamese language. It appears that it was done in retaliation to the violent attack on Vietnamese supporters by a group of Malaysian fans that took place at Stadium Shah Alam last night.