Charity bundle store Humble Bundle is holding daily sales for the next two weeks. These daily bundles are apparently re-issues of bundles previously sold; albeit now going for a significantly lower average price. The current Deep Silver “re-bundle” contains Saints Row 2, Saints Row: The Third, Metro 2033, and Dead Island GOTY.
Valve has released the classic games Portal and Half Life 2 on the NVIDIA Shield. The launch comes after a partnership agreement was signed between the game developer and NVIDIA. Both games can be bought from the Google Play Store on any Android based device, but will only run on the Shield. Other devices will receive a “this app is incompatible with your device(s)” warning instead.
Motorola has announced the new Moto E, the company’s latest affordable Android smartphone that heralds the start of the end of the feature phone for the company. Featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor and a generous 1GB of RAM, the Moto E will retail for just $129 (about RM420).
As you can recall, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) earlier this has recently revealed that it has issued RM 1.2 million worth of compounds to four telcos for not meeting the standard of dropped calls rate in Q3 2013. Among them was Maxis who not only received a total of 9 compounds that is equivalent to RM 360,000; one of its sites was also listed as the worst in the list.
Not enough with that, MCMC also stated that Maxis dropped calls rate has increased twofold according to the body’s Q1 2014 test results. Maxis has since then responded to MCMC’s report with an official statement.
As you might have heard, GameSpy have decided to shut down its hosted services at the end of this month and plenty of games are going to be affected by it. Among them are plenty of famous title by EA such as Battlefield 1942, Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142, Crysis, Crysis 2, Crysis Wars, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 and many more.
While EA previously have pledged to save at least a number of them but in the end, the company not able to do so.
Xiaomi’s current flagship smartphone, the Mi 3, will be coming to Malaysia next week! We’ve given you a taste of what the Mi 3 is like, and now it’s time to enjoy our video preview of Xiaomi’s extraordinarily affordable flagship smartphone. In this preview, we take a quick tour around the Mi 3′s design and hardware, as well as a brief overview of the custom ROM running on the device, MIUI v5.
Stay tuned for our full review of the Mi 3, coming soon!
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) today has revealed that it has issued a total of 28 compounds to several major telcos in the country including Celcom, DiGi, Maxis, and U Mobile due to unsatisfactory rate of dropped calls. Altogether, the compounds have cost these telcos RM 1.2 million.
While that amount might not be much if you compared to the revenue that these telcos manage to collect every year but it is still significantly higher from the compounds that what MCMC has issued in March 2013.
Back before the Galaxy S5 was announced, rumours were rife that Samsung were going to include a 2K display (2560 x 1440) resolution display into its flagship smartphone. Evidently, that didn’t happen – but that didn’t stop the rumours from dying out. In the original rumour’s place is a new one: Samsung was readying a variant of the Galaxy S5 called the Galaxy S5 Prime, featuring even more powerful hardware. And it looks like it’s one step closer to being true.
LG will be unveiling three new tablet models later this month at MedPI 2014. The trade show will take place in Monaco from 13 – 16 May; which is slightly earlier than the rumoured announcement date of their next flagship smartphone: the LG G3. The G Pad series is not new, as the G Pad 8.3 was launched at IFA 2013.