Meizu has announced the Lifekit system as it attempts to join the smart home arena. The company has unveiled a list of compatible gadgets including a smart bulb, digital scale, a smart air conditioner, an air purifier and a four-piece air quality control system as part of a partnership with Haier and Alibaba.
With almost everything slowly becoming mobile-first, it was only a matter of time before you could book a holiday with just an app. AirAsiaGo, one of the region’s biggest one-stop travel portals, has released the new AirAsiaGo Mobile App, which lets you book both flights and accommodation in a single app.
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.
First mentioned around late last year, Twitter has announced yesterday that it has rolled out two brand new features to users starting immediately. These new functionalities come in the form of group Direct Messages and video recording capability which users should be able to utilize over the next coming weeks.
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