Tony Hawk has appeared in video riding a genuinely real hover board. The Hendo hover board is a prototype that was built to showcase the technology for a Kickstarter campaign that currently receive twice as much money as the company is asking for; and that was before the skateboarding legend turned up to give it a try.
Everyone undoubtedly uses Facebook while at work, but that is not enough for the world’s most popular social network. Now it wants people to use it for professional interactions through something called “Facebook at Work”. It will apparently use a separate profile for this and feature things like collaborating on documents and connecting with business partners.
Ask any Malaysian football fans: they most probably wished that someday Malaysia will once again have players as good as the late Mokhtar Dahari to help bring Malaysian football back to its glory days. So far, nobody has ever comes close to this man who is really in a league of his own during his time with Selangor and the Malaysian national team for more than 10 years before he passed away on 11 July 1991 at the young age of 37 years old.
In a special tribute to the football legend who is also fondly known by fans as SuperMokh, Google Malaysia has released a doodle featuring Mokhtar on Google’s front page in conjunction with his 61st birthday today.
In the latest string of iPhone news, a Chinese programmer by the username of xyq058775 has successfully installed Windows 95 on his brand new iPhone 6 Plus. Although emulation on random devices is not really anything new, it is quite a novelty to see this OS and hardware combination being done.
The folks at iBox Printers might have just created the world’s smallest and cheapest 3D printer. While being slightly larger than a Rubik’s cube and costing a pledge of US$269 (about RM890), we could well be seeing 3D printing technology at the cusp of being commercially viable.
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Think that the whole Apple iPhone 6 Plus “bendgate” problem has been blown out of proportion because Apple says that only 9 people complained out of over 10 million iPhones sold? Well, turns out there are a lot more than 9 bent iPhones because according to a blog dedicated to publicizing bent iPhones, 1 of the 9, there are about 300 of them, in this video at least.
Long before several smartphone companies was accused (and found guilty) of manipulating results of its mobile chipsets in benchmarking software, Intel had been doing it with its own chips…almost 15 years ago.
Just in time for the upcoming final rounds of AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 that will take place later this month, Nike Malaysia today has unveiled the latest kit for our national football team. In terms of colorways, the new home and away jersey for Harimau Malaya still remain the same as their predecessors that were released in 2012 but of course, there are still quite a number of differences.