This will definitely be one of the strangest phones you’ll see this year. Introducing the Heart 401AB, a heart-shaped phone that can make calls and only calls. It doesn’t have a camera, or even SMS functionality. This oddly-shaped phone maybe quirky but there’s actually more to it.
Exploding Kittens, a project on Kickstarter, has been funded over US$1 million in less than seven hours. The creator, Elan Lee (Chief Design Officer of Xbox Entertainment Studios), only asked for a rather small amount of US$10,000 to fund the project. In the list of things that could potentially break the Internet, this is definitely a part of it.
Gamers from Gran Turismo’s GT Academy took second place in the Pro-Am class at the 2015 Dubai 24 Hours race; also finishing fifth place overall. The all gamer team had earned their drive by winning the Gran Turismo national finals in their respective countries, showing that video games can teach people how to race fast cars.
Fans of CCGs should take note that the prerelease of the newest expansion for Magic: the Gathering, Fate Reforged, will be taking place place over this weekend. Players will join one of five clans battling in the world of Tarkir, while participating in a race to heal the Spirit Dragon Ugin. Of course, you could just be there to get your hands on the cards before the official 23 January street date.
The iPhone 6 Plus is without a doubt one of the best smartphone cameras out in the market right now. The new iSight camera features 1.5-micron pixel, f/2.2 aperture, Focus Pixel, Optical Image Stabilisation and such, and touts the ability to capture some really good pictures and videos.
In theory, everything sounds great, but how will the camera perform in challenging situations, such as being strapped onto a drone and flown up to the sky to film a video? According to the Flying Camera Company, it looks pretty amazing.
With just one day to go before Xiaomi’s big unveiling, the company has released a “reaction” video showing the company’s staff’s reactions as they laid eyes on the new flagship product for the first time. Based on their reactions, tomorrow’s unveiling could be very, very interesting.
Introducing Malaysia’s super sleuth, Ah Lock! This self-styled master detective uses the latest gadgets at his disposal to solve Malaysia’s most mysterious cases!
This time, Ah Lock finds himself with a rather tasty case to solve. It happens all the time in shared spaces: someone always steals your food in the office fridge. Can Ah Lock crack the case before our distressed victim cracks her head?
Special thanks to Samsung Malaysia Electronics for collaborating on the project!
McDonalds has been testing wireless charging in Europe since 2013, and now it appears ready to begin rolling it out on a larger scale in the UK. A company known as Aircharge is installing 600 Qi wireless charging points in 50 restaurants, although most appear to be concentrated in major business districts.
How big can an Android tablet get? According to Fuhu, a company that already has a 24” Android tablet called Fuhu Nabi BigTab HD 24, Android Tablets could be as big as a television sets, measuring up to 65”. The company just announced new line of Big Tab XL tablets with sizes of 32”, 43”, 55” and 65”.