It’s the time of the year again, MCMC recently announced that it has issued our local telcos a total of 23 compounds amounting to RM1.01 million. The compounds have been issued to key local players like Digi, Maxis, Celcom, U Mobile, Tune Talk and XOX for dropped call issues and improper registration for prepaid users.
LibreOffice, a fork of the open source OpenOffice project, has announced that it will be rolling out a web-based version of the productivity suite by the end of the year. The fact that there is a web-based version is not new, as the project had originally said that it was working on something two years ago.
Xiaomi is really one of the very few companies who has managed to grow exponentially ever since it was started five years ago; and it doesn’t plan to stop growing any time soon either. Lei Jun, Xiaomi’s CEO, has announced that the company is planning to sell as many as 80 to 100 million smartphones in 2015.
YouTube has yet again set its sights on Twitch, but this time instead of acquiring it, the massive video hosting site is working hard on competing against it. Previously, YouTube made efforts to acquire Twitch, and was even prepared to pay more than $1 billion (about RM3.66 billion). However, the deal was turned down by Twitch due to ‘antitrust concerns’.
After releasing three affordable Windows 8.1 tablet into the market over the past few months in the form of Joi 8, Joi 10 Flip and Joi 8i, one might thought that SNS Network is done with the series for now. Well, turns out that is not the case at all as the company has launch yet another model called Joi 7.
The Raspberry Pi has become one of the most popular system boards in the world, and has been slapped onto just about everything at this point. German electronics manufacturer Wibu Systems has decided that the only thing missing from the equation is a hardware based security system.
Microsoft looks to be building a successor to its Surface lineup, but it appears to be the lower end Surface 3. Despite the lack of “Pro” tag, it will still be running on Windows 10; which is another indication that Redmond is more than happy to pretend that Windows RT was a bad dream.
If you’re still wondering why Facebook split up its Messenger service from its main app, here’s why. At the company’s F8 event, Mark Zuckerberg took the curtains off its Messenger Platform to give you a better experience on Facebook Messenger. You can now install apps on Messenger and soon, you might even be able to chat with businesses.
HP definitely surprised a few of us when it unveiled the Omen. This particularly sleek gaming laptop marks the company’s return to the gaming laptop market; since HP hasn’t exactly ventured much into this market, it is definitely planning to change that with the Omen. However, how does it stack up against other gaming laptops? Is the Omen more style than substance?
As you might be able to recall, the ASUS Transformer Book Chi series comes in three different model: the 13.3-inch T300 Chi, 10.1-inch T100 Chi, and 8.9-inch T90 Chi. However, only T300 Chi and T100 Chi have been confirmed for Malaysia so far. Where’s the T90 Chi then?