Look at what Maxis just teased on its main page, the telco has just put up a teaser telling fans of the Samsung Galaxy Note series to “anticipate the arrival” of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Unfortunately, unlike DiGi who opened a registration of interest page for you to fill in your details so they can contact you when the device is available, all Maxis has is just a teaser.
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.
Nokia’s HERE Maps is one of the most solid alternatives to Google Maps, and provides one advantage that even Google Maps still struggles to offer: offline maps and turn-by-turn navigation. After Nokia’s mobile division was acquired by Microsoft, HERE remained part of Nokia, where it was then free to pursue development of HERE for Android.
The user manual for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been released for download, and users have discovered an interesting note in the troubleshooting section. It appears that the gap between the screen and bezel that users have complained about is not a manufacturing flaw, but rather a necessary manufacturing feature.
Google has been providing unlimited cloud storage on Google Drive for business since their Google I/O 2014 event back in May, and it looks like students and teachers will soon be able to enjoy something similar too. The company just announced that they will be offering anyone who use Google Apps for Education unlimited storage and the ability to keep files up to 5TB in size in Google Drive.
Blizzard’s Hearthstone has been doing well to sell the idea of an online card game, but that is because it has yet to release a proper expansion set. The recent single player campaign in Curse of Naxxramas added roughly 30 or so cards to the environment, but it overall didn’t have as much as the rebalancing of some of the cards like Starving Buzzard. This will change as the developer is preparing to release its first 100+ card expansion set.
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.
It looks like one of the most anticipated smartphone is finally heading to our shores, DiGi has just opened up a registration of interest page for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. If you’re interested to get the next phablet, fill in your details at DiGi’s Galaxy Note 4 ROI page and they will notify you when it arrives.
After being rumored for quite some time, Microsoft has finally announced the next iteration of its hugely popular Windows operating system. Called Windows 10, it is designed to run on various types of devices; from Internet of Things all the way to servers.
The new operating system has been scheduled for release in 2015 but that being said, Microsoft has cooked up a special program called the Windows Insider Program in order to allow users to have an early look into the operating system.
Microsoft has announced the next iteration of its flagship operating system. The company has decided to skip a number and jump straight to 10. Windows 10 will apparently run across everything Microsoft has its hands in, covering mobile devices and PCs; and everything in between.