During the era of netbook several years ago, one of the most known product series in the segment is the ASUS Eee PC. The Taiwanese company then decided to shelved the series due to declining sales of netbook in 2013 but last year, the name reappeared once again in the form of EeeBook X205 which will be released in Malaysia this coming March.
Youtube has taken the initiative to move over to the HTML5 platform for its video library and it has finally announced that it’s ready for public release. Users who use Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8 and Beta Firefox will now be served with a HTML5 version of Youtube by default.
Earlier today, Apple announced its financial results for its fiscal 2015 first quarter that ended in 27 December 2014. The company reports US$74.6 billion in revenue earning and US$18 billion in profit in the past 3 months. If you’re not familiar with the numbers, it’s very, very impressive, and it’s mainly thanks to iPhone sales, as well as its performance in China.
Intel is currently holding a promotion in Low Yat Plaza that might just pique your interest if you’re looking for a new laptop or tablet. The promotions include a RM100 discount voucher, a free JBL speaker worth RM300, 3-year local warranty on selected Acer products, and a complimentary 3-year subscription for McAfee Internet Security.
While modular phones like Google’s Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is an awesome idea that lets you upgrade your phone module by module, would it create more waste because upgrading a phone parts would be so easy? Puzzlephone recently introduced the Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer that puts together old Puzzlephone modules to form a supercomputer.
Windows RT, the lighter ARM version of Windows 8, will not be receiving the free Windows 10 update. In fact, it will only be getting and upgrade that provides some of the functionality of Windows 10. Which is not entirely a problem as the operating system was never popular to begin with.
Right after it was announced last night, plenty of NVIDIA’s add-in-board partners has started to officially unveiled their own take on the new GeForce GTX 960. One such partner is ZOTAC who has provided two different variants of GTX 960 for Malaysian market: the standard version and the AMP! Edition (shown above).