Apple may be preparing to launch a new budget iPhone 5SE as early as March 2016. The new phone would replace the iPhone 5s in current the lineup, which is an interesting departure from Apple’s traditional method of reducing the price of older models to fill the budget iPhone role.
Xiaomi fans have long anticipated the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi 5 and we now have an official date to look forward to. The company had previously stated that the Mi 5 would be making an official appearance after the Chinese New Year, and it is now confirmed that the phone will be launched on 24 February.
Malaysian taxi drivers have had their suspicions of government backing behind Uber confirmed after it was revealed that Khazanah Nasional Berhad has been investing in the ride sharing service. Khazanah’s director Mohd Raslan Md Sharif has confirmed that the state-owned investment arm has an indirect interest in Uber through an investment in General Atlantic LLC.
Huawei has come a long way. Having partnered with Google to come up with the greatest and most premium Nexus device yet, one shouldn’t forget that the Mate S, its flagship smartphone released before the Nexus – is a testament to how far the company has come over the years as well. Not only is the Mate S one of the first smartphones to feature a pressure-sensitive display, it is also one of the most premium – and costly – Android devices yet. The question is: is the Huawei Mate S worth its asking price of RM2,698?
Taking the market by storm since its debut in 2011, the Casio Exilim TR series is certainly one of the most well-known selfie-oriented point and shoot camera in the market. This coming February, a new model from the series will be making its way to Malaysia in the form of EX-TR70.
Mozilla’s former CEO, Brendan Eich, has unveiled a new browser called “Brave”. What’s interesting about Brave is the fact that it blocks third party ads by default, which ensures a more private web browsing experience for users. However, there is one thing that one should consider before trying out the web browser.
Zowie Gear has announced a recall for several of its gaming mice. The reason for the recall was due to a random double-clicking issue faced by several users. According to Zowie Gear, the products that were affected consist of gaming mice from the EC, FK and ZA series. Zowie Gear further mentioned that the worldwide sales and production of the affected gaming mice series will not continue for the time being.