There is a popular conspiracy theory that cybersecurity firms are the ones inventing cyberattacks to drum up business. This theory is often associated with crazy homeless people with tinfoil hats; or at least it was until an ex-employeed of US-based cybersecurity firm Tiversa accused his former employer of fabricating attacks to extort money from clients.
Located at Suria KLCC, Microsoft earlier today has launched the first ever Microsoft Authorized Reseller Store in Malaysia which is also the first of its kind in Asia Pacific. Originally a Nokia Store, the outlet features exclusively Microsoft first party products such as Lumia smartphones, Surface tablets, and Office 365 as well as related accessories to go with them. Here’s a quick look at the sights and sceneries of the new store during its launch earlier today.
In a move to strengthen its position in our market, Microsoft today has officially launched the new Microsoft Authorized Reseller Store in Suria KLCC which is not only the first of its kind in Malaysia but also in Asia Pacific. The new outlet as well as several more throughout the country that will follow up soon are pretty much the closest that Malaysia has to full-fledged Microsoft Stores that are located in North America and Australia.
After much anticipation, Asus has finally launched the ZenFone 2 in Malaysia. Surprisingly, contrary to what we have previously reported, all four variants of the ZenFone 2 are available on our shores. The prices start from RM599 for the 5-inch variant and all the way up to RM1,299 for the flagship 5.5-inch model with 4GB of RAM.
It has been a while since we last heard about AMD’s new mobile APU family codenamed Carrizo which was officially unveiled to the world around half a year ago. Earlier this week though, the company has announced that it has started rolling out Carrizo-L in China as the 7000 Series mobile APUs with the rest of the world to follow soon.
Discovering the balance between power and cost is an art that few gaming laptops manage to master. Illegear’s new Z5 gaming laptop presents multiple configurations for customers to attempt to find a balancing point that they can live with. This could possibly mean many things for many people. For us, it means taking a look at the best that the Z5 has to offer and find out if it is worth the price tag.
Uber has reportedly join the race to acquire Nokia’s Here maps division with a US$3 billion (about RM10.8 billion) bid. The ride sharing service was rumoured to be one of the parties interested in picking up the division when news that Nokia was considering selling Here maps.
QiKU is yet another Chinese company that wants a slice of the smartphone market. However, we’re not talking about any small or unknown brand. QiKU is a joint venture between Qihoo 360, a Chinese security company, and Coolpad, the third largest smartphone manufacturer in China. Qihoo 360’s Chairman and CEO, Zhou Hongyi, believes that QiKU has what it takes to take on Xiaomi, which is a pretty bold claim.