Gionee has stated last week that it will be unveiling a new ultra-slim smartphone at MWC 2015. Turns out, it will be the Elife S7. The company has just sent out invites for the new smartphone’s unveiling on the 2nd of March. Interestingly, several alleged images and specifications of the S7 have also appeared.
The PlayStation 4 Remote Play feature is an interesting one that doesn’t really get as much use as it should. While the official feature is only available through the PS Vita, PlayStation TV, and a few Sony Xperia devices, an enterprising developer has found a way to get it on just about any device running on Android.
Made available quietly in the country, Samsung Malaysia has revealed that its brand new Galaxy Tab 3V Android tablet is now available in Malaysia. Despite that, very little official information are available regarding this particular 7-inch tablet which seems to target low-cost market with its listed RRP of RM 499.
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.
The Typo iPhone case was meant to provide the iPhone with a physical keyboard similar to the BlackBerry experience. However, the company behind it – co-founded by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest – made it a little too similar and has been hit with a US$860,600 (about RM 3.1 million) fine after it was found to have also been violating an injunction to stop sales of the product.
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.
When Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was launched at IFA 2014 as well as its own Malaysian launch event, Samsung has showcased a number of exclusive accessories made for the device. One of them is a back cover made by Swarovski but it was never made available to Malaysian consumer until today.
It was only hours ago that Xiaomi Malaysia has posted this particular teaser and now, the company has finally revealed what is it all about. True to our prediction, the company has unveiled Xiaomi’s 5000mAh power bank for Malaysian market.
First introduced at China in November 2014, the slim power bank is priced at RM 34 which is slightly higher than the pricing back at its home market. The imminent arrival of the new 5000mAh power bank also resulted in the discontinuation of the company’s previous 5200mAh power bank in Malaysia which was also priced at RM 34.
If you have been wanting to grab yourself a PlayStation 4, Sony’s new Battlefield Hardline bundle for the console might just pique your interest. To make things even more interesting, the Deluxe Edition of the game will be included in the bundle instead of a standard edition.