OnePlus has just announced that its next flagship killer, the OnePlus 2, will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor. For those of you who are worried about the overheating problem, don’t worry, the company has a way to workaround, and says that the 2 will be “cooler than ever”.
Astro’s Facebook page has been bombarded with requests from Dota 2 fans to broadcast the upcoming Dota 2 International Championship 2015. This was triggered by an interview with Malaysian Dota 2 star Mushi on Astro Supersports. The requests have even resulted in a Change.org petition going live.
Gunnar Optiks, a company that specialises in making eyewear that protects against computer induced eye strain, has teamed up with Razer to introduce a new line of gaming eyewear. Called the RPG and Cerebus, these gaming glasses are designed to allow gamers to stare at their screens longer without incurring any fatigue.
Lenovo Tech World may have wrapped some weeks back, but there was one thing that we haven’t yet covered: a discovery at the Experience Zone that shows Lenovo’s rather strong gaming presence in its home country. We may be used to the awesome Y series of gaming laptops, but in China, Lenovo also offers a range of peripherals and even a new gaming laptop called the “Rescuer”.
Some might still hold him responsible for what happened to Nokia, so this might be an interesting news for you who feels the same way: ex-Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop who is currently leading Microsoft Devices Group (MDG) will be leaving Microsoft very soon. This is apparently due to leadership’s shake up that Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella has announced just moments ago.
Claiming itself as the biggest Counter Strike: Global Offensive tournament in the world, ESL One Cologne 2015 will witness sixteen top teams from all over the world competing for the championship title as well as a total cash prize of USD 250,000 (RM 939,450). Before that could happen though, those teams will first have to go through regional qualifiers and interestingly, one of them will be taking place right here in Malaysia.
Doogee, which has just entered the Malaysian market, has unveiled a limited edition of its upcoming smartphone, the Doogee F3. Retailing for only US$349.99 (about RM1,315), it packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor under its hood, a 5-inch 2K display from LG, and a generous 4GB RAM.