Huawei has announced two of their latest flagship devices – the Huawei P8 and the Huawei P8 Max. However, the company’s P8 series actually had a trio of devices, but it seems the Huawei P8 Lite version is missing from the list. The company did not announce the smaller 5-inch smartphone on-stage, despite it already having its own (now removed) product page.
The European Commission has formally announced that it is opening an anti-trust probe into Google’s business practices. This probe concerns the way Google ranks search results for goods and services, as well as a secondary look into whether Android is creating stifling innovation and creativity.
Alongside its new 6.4mm thin P8 octa-core smartphone, Huawei has also launched another new model called the Huawei P8max. As implied by its name, the P8max is a huge phablet due to its 6.8-inch full HD LTPS LCD display but at the same time, its aluminium alloy chassis is actually quite thin at only 6.8mm.
After teasing it for quite some time, Huawei has officially taken the drape off its brand new smartphone called Huawei P8. Building upon the foundation of previous Huawei P-series smartphones, one of the highlights for the new Huawei P8 is its 6.4mm slim full aluminium body that apparently takes more than 13 hours to craft.
A few weeks ago, we reported that local telco companies have generally agreed to lower down the prices for their broadband packages. However, the exact amount of price reduction was still under wraps until just a few hours ago through the official announcement by the Minister of Communications and Multimedia, Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek.
According to the subsequent press statement from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), the reduction applies to both fixed line and mobile broadband packages. That being said though, the reduction seems to be limited to entry-level broadband packages at the moment.
Meizu has officially unveiled its audio-centric product in collaboration with German audio company Beyerdynamic. Those wishing for a completely new product may be disappointed to know that this is merely a special limited edition of Meizu’s MX4 Pro smartphone bundled with a pair of Beyerdynamic DT 1350 on-ear headphones.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you would have definitely stumbled upon the Success Kid meme. As it turns out, the father of the now eight-year-old boy requires a kidney transplant, and thanks to the popularity of the meme, the funding for the operation has now reached a whopping US$78,000 of the US75,000 requested.