It has long been said that OnePlus will be releasing two devices in 2015. Even the co-founder of the company himself, Carl Pei, has confirmed this. Now that the OnePlus 2 has been launched, we’re only left with one more device to go, and chances are, it will be called the OnePlus X.
Back in 2009, CyberFusion managed to set itself as the world’s longest LAN Party which is a record that still stands until today. While there is no sign that the event is going to attempt another go at that record this year, CyberFusion 2015 is still quite ambitious by wanting to be the biggest LAN Party in Southeast Asia and everyone are invited to be part of it.
Huawei’s latest devices, the Huawei Mate S and G8, have been registered on SIRIM. Unveiled back at IFA 2015, these smartphones were originally slated to be released in Malaysia last month. Seeing how they have now appeared on SIRIM, the Mate S and G8 could be launched here sometime this month.
Humble Bundle, the charity responsible for people having more games than they can realistically play, has announced a new subscription service. Humble Monthly Bundle will give subscribers one new indie game bundle every month; in exchange 5-percent of the proceeds of the sales are donated to charity.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission has come forth with an explanation for recent comments from Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak about the state of the internet. Apparently, Malaysians choose slower internet speeds because there is a lack of compelling content on the internet.
Crowdfunding site Patreon has reported that its servers have been breached, and that someone had accessed its stored email addresses. This was followed by a massive data dump claiming to be information stolen from Patreon’s servers; data that includes user names, password data, donation records, and even source code.
There are plenty of rumors and leaks regarding this phone for quite some time but they were finally put to rest as Google has officially launch the brand new Nexus 6P at a special event earlier this week. Made by Huawei, it is considered by many as the series’ new flagship phone and is packed with plenty of high end including a 12.3-megapixels sensor for its rear camera. As it turns out, the output from the camera seems to be quite good.