Last week seems like a very productive period for AMD as the company has unveiled two new graphics card for its Radeon R7 series. First of them is the new Radeon R7 250X which is essentially a rebadge of Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition as both cards are using the same Cape Verde GPU.
Oppo has officially announced its arrival in Malaysia today with the launch of its latest flagship device, the N1. Touted as the world’s first swivelling smartphone camera, the Oppo N1 will retail at RM1798. Update: the Oppo N1 will be available in Malaysia at its flagship retail store in Plaza Low Yat from the end of this month, before gradually hitting other markets.
A couple of days ago, a thread appeared on Reddit that warned users about the Valve Anti-Cheat system was going through users’ DNS caches and reporting back to its servers. It triggered a short bout of concern that Valve was engaged in active spying of customers internet activity, despite a lack of evidence that the system was actually transmitting any information.
In a rare appearance, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell posted a lengthy explanation of what the VAC does and why it goes through users’ DNS history.
The heat for MWC 2014 is definitely building up, very quickly. We’ve seen numerous rumors and leaks about upcoming flagship mobile devices from some of the bigger brands like Samsung, Sony and HTC, LG has already confirmed its LG G Pro 2 and L Series III, and now it’s Huawei’s turn. The Chinese manufacturer recently posted a rather interesting video that teases several devices including smartphone and tablets.
Maxis’ SurfMore postpaid plans – SurfMore50 and SurfMore75, are one of the best postpaid plans in the market targeted at users like myself who uses data more than anything else, but these SurfMore plans have one problem, their call and SMS rates are pretty expensive at up to 20sen/min and 15sen/SMS, that’s one of the most expensive rates out there.
The Nokia Normandy leaks and rumours are seemingly incessant. This time, the serial @evleaks Twitter account has revealed what seems to be a promotional poster for the device that is codenamed Normandy. In it, the “Nokia X” moniker is prominently displayed, all but confirming the name of the device. What’s also apparent is the Asha-esque look of the Nokia X, which again indicates that the smartphone is likely an entry-level one that may either sit above the Asha lineup – or even replace it altogether.
Last week, a video was posted online showing off what the owner of the video calls the Android 4.4 KitKat interface on the upcoming Sony Xperia D6503 Sirius. It was a very short video that demoed some very simple tasks like the new lock screen effects, the Walkman music player and such, and if you were hoping for something more, here’s a new lengthy video that shows off not only the interface, but also the actual device itself.
Heads-up to Astro On-The-Go (AOTG) users out there: don’t be shocked if your AOTG mobile app looks different starting from today onwards. This is because that the satellite TV provider has rolled out the latest version of AOTG mobile app which carries a brand new user interface.
Since the company decided to enter our consumer market in 2011, Huawei‘s brand recognition among Malaysian consumers has steadily growing. Hence, the company obviously has no intention to stop anytime soon and has aim to expand its reach in our market even further in 2014. To do that, Huawei Malaysia’s Country Director for Consumer Business Group, Gary Xu has announced the company’s plan to open several flagship stores in Kuala Lumpur this year.
First revealed at E3 2013, Titanfall is an upcoming first person shooter by Respawn Entertainment that will be unleashed to game stores next month. The game has received favourable response from plenty of media outlets out there and gamers can now experience Titanfall themselves through the on-going beta test session on Xbox One and Origin for Windows-based PC.
The guys over at N4BB have gotten their hands on some information that will make BlackBerry fans and the BlackBerry curious really happy. The upcoming BlackBerry Z3 (codenamed Jakarta) will be the “true” entry level device, the Q5 being actually a mid-range device. The Z3 retains a little of what the Z10 was in terms of design, opting for a bottom USB port and side on/off button. What’s attractive about the device is its purported US$150 price tag.
Hit the jump for the potential specs and pictures