Watch how the Mi 4i is assembled
The Xiaomi Mi 4i has finally been announced. Everything about the smartphone looks very promising – it offers upper mid-range hardware at a very affordable price, and has a large battery on board. But is the device tough enough to survive even the most careless users? Xiaomi released a collection of videos to show off just how tough the Mi 4i is.
Valve has introduced paid mods to the Steam Workshop, allowing potential creators to benefit and earn money from their creations. At least that is the intention, instead the platform will only allow uploaders to take 25-percent of the total sale price; a massive difference from the 85-percent earnings creators can get from selling cosmetic items on Dota 2 (which incidentally is also owned by Valve).
The Xiaomi Mi 4i has been officially unveiled in India. With a 5-inch display and a generous 3,120mAh battery, it is essentially a plastic variant of the Xiaomi Mi 4 with slightly different hardware. Interestingly, the Chinese company mentioned that the Mi 4i has been 18 months in the making.
You’ve seen how the sapphire display of the more expensive Apple Watches was able to withstand being repeatedly hit with a hammer and came out without a scratch after being drilled. However, it seems like the display of the cheaper model, the Apple Watch Sport, did not fare that well.
Remember the Hotlink Tablet Plan that offers 1GB of data that is valid for 365 days? Starting 1 May 2015, the plan will be 50% cheaper than before, retailing at only RM30 for the starter pack. On top of that, the telco also has cheaper data add-on options with long validity period of up to 365 days.
Music Messenger, an app that allows people to share songs with each other for free, has successfully raised some US$30 million (about RM108 million) from private investors. The largest share of which was a US$15 million (about RM 54 million) investment from Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich.
If you’re a LINE user, you’ll be happy to know that the popular messaging app has a new reward system for its users. Whenever you send one message to a friend, you will receive one Friendship Point. Once you have accumulated as many as 1,000 points, you can transfer it to your BCard for an equivalent of RM10.
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A Japanese woman found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her, and decided to soak his entire Apple device collection in the bath tub of his house. However, the boyfriend appears to have a sense of humour as he promptly uploaded the pictures to social media to be shared with the world.