A device with the name Nokia 1100 appeared in a performance test and it seems the device will be running on Android 5.0. It is still too early to tell whether it is really a device from Nokia and we still don’t know what form the device will take, but it bears the same name as the now-retro device.
The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has filed a police report against a man who flew his drone up to planes landing at KLIA to take pictures. The DCA said that the act was reckless and was endangering the lives of those on the planes. On the other hand, it appears that the Malaysian Airports Berhad (MAB) thinks that this is a good idea and wants him to work for it.
We’ve all been there before. That awkward situation when you desperately need a legitimate reason to excuse yourself, but there is none. You take your phone out, intensely praying that there’s a message from a friend, an email from the store you no longer shop from, a random call from an unimportant person…but that expensive smartphone of yours remain silent and unobtrusive. What if there was a smartphone feature that could get you out of this situation gracefully?
Remember that OnePlus contest that required girls to take a picture of themselves and let the guys vote in order to stand a chance to win an invite to buy the OnePlus One? Needless to say, that contest didn’t go very well – prompting an apology from OnePlus. So what did the company do this time?
Porn company, Pornhub is making a wearable that is able to charge tech devices. How? By shaking it. It was only a matter of time before someone thought of creating the Wankband. A device that stores kinetic energy from masturbation and then using that energy to power or recharge tech devices. Genius or Preposterous?
Sony will be releasing a new microSDXC card in the Japanese market. This memory card will feature “premium sound”, something that even Sony isn’t too sure about. In fact, the company has said that it is not sure who will be buying these microSDXC cards, but it is sure that someone will want it.
So sorry to break your bubbles but unfortunately, I’m not in love with any Dota player because I personally don’t play the game. But for those who do though, this should be something that might be interesting to you: there was actually a TV drama that revolves around Dota being aired in the Philippines recently and it is called…“I’m In Love With A Dota Player”.
A woman sits before a rack of what appears to be dozens of iPhone 5Cs all set to the Apple App Store. This image has been circulating around social media claiming to be a ranking manipulation service that allows developers to pay to boost their work into the top ten free apps.
Goldgenie has done it again with its latest customisation for the iPhone 6. It comes with a hefty price tag of $3.5 Million (about RM12.6 Million). Of course, this iPhone is exactly the same iPhone 6 that everyone is holding in their hands but what makes it different is the fact that it is covered in solid gold and covered in diamonds.
We earlier reported that the new Raspberry Pi 2 was crashing when exposed to xenon flashes and it appeared to be a minor issue. However, the Raspberry Pi foundation has come out to explain what happens when the tiny computer is exposed to certain bright lights; mostly to reassure users about their brand new Raspberry Pi 2.
For those who are savvy enough to build your own PC, you most probably know what thermal paste is. But for those who don’t, thermal paste or thermal compound is thermally conductive grease that is mainly used to help transfer heat from your processor, GPU, or memory module to their heat sinks.
In other words, thermal paste plays an important role to ensure that those components do not overheat, while at the same time allowing the heat sink to do its job properly. So, what would happen if you used the delicious Nutella chocolate spread as a thermal paste?