Acer Liquid smartphones line-up in Malaysia has just grew slightly bigger as Acer Malaysia has launched three new models under the series for market earlier this week. While they are new in Malaysia, all three devices were first revealed few months ago during Computex in Taiwan and IFA in Berlin.
Bad news for iPhone 6 Plus owners or for those of you who want to get your hands on Apple’s first phablet, the camera on some iPhone 6 Plus have reportedly been suffering from some very weird issues. Reported by several users, the camera seems to be going crazy resulting in some very wavy effects.
Owners of a video-game console that have not gotten their hands on Destiny, a first-person shooter with a hint of RPG elements, may be delighted to hear that both a trial and demo of the game are now available for download. Users whom decide to buy the game after playing the trial will be able to transfer their character progress to the full version of the game.
Looks like Nokia’s not the only one to unveil its first-ever tablet at Slush 2014. Just moments ago, Jolla – comprised of former Nokia staff – has announced its first tablet known as the Jolla Tablet. Interestingly, Jolla is making it a crowdsourced effort – with early backers able to purchase it for just $189 (about RM635).
Meizu has announced an update to the MX4 smartphone barely a day after confirming that it would be entering the Malaysian market. The new Meizu MX4 Pro manages to fit a fingerprint scanner in addition to upgrading the processor, battery, and RAM. It also returns the MX4 to a more regular screen size.
Viber just announced a new feature on its Viber app called Public Chats that claims to offer users a “new kind of social experience”. Starting immediately, just give your Viber app an update, and you’ll see a new tab called Public Chats. Give that tab a tap, and you will see public profiles of local and international celebrities, personalities and brands that you can follow.
PayPal is now allowing Pebble owners to use the service through their smartwatch. The new app will allow users to pay using a code at retailers that accept the electronic transaction, or just receive payment notifications without glancing at a phone. Considering that Pebble is the only smartwatch that is regularly glimpsed in public, it is perhaps no surprise that PayPal has remembered to cater to the platform.