Firefox turned 10 years old yesterday, and Mozilla has released a celebration edition of sorts. The latest version of Firefox comes equipped with some new privacy options and a developer edition for those who are working ahead of the current stable release. Mainly, it brings the “Forget” feature to a more prominent place on the front panel.
It’s been a while since the launch of the HTC One (M8), so it’s about time we hear about the next generation flagship smartphone from the Taiwanese company – the HTC One (M9). The HTC One (M9) is the latest smartphone to hit the rumour mill, featuring some of the latest hardware available in the market.
Calling all gamers: the biggest BYOC LAN Party in Malaysia – Cyberfusion – is back once again this weekend with the aim to provide a casual and fun environment for all participants to game as much as they like for 3 days and 2 night from 14 to 16 November. Not to forget, there will be free meals and random activities as well.
To take place at the Grand Hall of Multimedia University in Cyberjaya, the Cyberfusion LAN Party is part of this weekend’s Cyberjaya Creative Playground which is presented by Cyberview with the help of Go International Group and Spotgamers. If you are interested to participate in the event but has somehow missed the notice, fret not as we have six Cyberfusion tickets worth RM 100 each up for grabs right here at Lowyat.NET.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may have been launched in Malaysia less than a month ago, but say hello to rumours about the next generation Galaxy Note series. According to PhoneArena, Samsung will start mass-producing 5.9” 4K UHD Super AMOLED displays for next August, just in time for the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Back in Computex 2014, we saw the console-inspired Asus GR8 compact gaming PC. For those who have been wondering when it would arrive here, Asus Malaysia has announced today the availability of the Asus GR8 in Malaysia. The Asus GR8’s console inspiration is translated in its compact 2.5-liter chassis; giving it the appearance of a gaming console rather than a desktop PC.
Modular smartphone technology is a real thing with Google’s Project Ara appearing in public last week. However, it is no longer the only project in the world. Finnish company Vsenn is promising to provide a similar competing product, complete with extra layers of encryption to protect users data.
“It is the thinnest smartphone in the world,” says Oppo. That was indeed a bold claim by the smartphone manufacturer from China but not that it come without any merit. With a thickness of only 4.85mm, the Oppo R5 is really thin but of course, there are more to Oppo R5 rather than being such a thin device.
Asus Malaysia has recently launched the RT-AC87U and the RT-N18U, two new wireless routers that are aimed towards users that have multiple devices in their households. The launch of the two aforementioned wireless routers are supposed to coincide with the recent consumer trend of adopting multiple mobile devices, says Jacky Lim, Country Manager of Open Platform Business Group at Asus Malaysia.
Can’t get enough of budget Android smartphones in Malaysia? Say hello to a new player called Leagoo. Leagoo is the latest Chinese smartphone manufacturer to land in Malaysia and they have just launched a mid-range Android smartphone that retails at only RM399 – the Leagoo Lead 5 that features a 5” IPS display, a quad-core processor, and a slim aluminium frame that measures at only 7.9mm thin.