Over the years, the price of cloud storage has came down significantly and now, Amazon is making things a whole lot more affordable. For only US$59.99 a year, the company is offering unlimited storage on its Cloud Drive – that works out to only US$5 a month to store absolutely everything you have on the cloud.
If you’re still wondering why Facebook split up its Messenger service from its main app, here’s why. At the company’s F8 event, Mark Zuckerberg took the curtains off its Messenger Platform to give you a better experience on Facebook Messenger. You can now install apps on Messenger and soon, you might even be able to chat with businesses.
WeChat Malaysia has just launched its WeReward Campaign for the first time in our shores. This campaign offers various free vouchers from participating brands such as Huawei’s sub-brand Honor, Chatime, MyTeksi, Mcash, and Zalora. If any of these brand names piqued your interest, you might want to read on.
Uber does not appear to have kicked the habit of getting in trouble with the law as police from South Korea and France raided its offices in their respective countries. To make matters worse, executives from Uber’s South Korean office have been charged with breaking the nation’s laws.
Xbox Music has announced integration with OneDrive that will allow songs store on the cloud storage system to be played from the app. This includes the app on Windows 8, Windows Phone 8.1, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. While it isn’t exactly a full music streaming service, OneDrive integration will make it easier for users to play their music while away from their computers.
It looks like ChatSim, the €10 SIM card that gives you unlimited messaging around the world, is officially coming to Malaysia. Extrovest Group just announced that they have signed an agreement with Zeromobiles.r.l to be its sole distributor in Malaysia. This means that in the near future, you would be able to purchase a ChatSim from DirectD Retail & Wholesale Sdn. Bhd.