After reports of an initial termination date on the 25th September 2014 due to a trademark complaint from Twitter, Twitpic announced that it couldn’t come to terms with investors and will be shut down on the 25th of October. As consolation, users can choose to export their photos until the 25th of October, after which they’ll disappear forever.
Overkill Software’s campaign to accumulate 1.5 million users on their Steam Community page appears to have succeeded. As a result of this, the developer is giving away Payday The Heist on Steam today. The offer will last until 10am Pacific time, which is about 2am tomorrow, giving Malaysians just under 10 hours to claim their copies of the game. This game is completely free with no strings attached, so why not?
It is yet another big day for Apple as the company has unveiled plenty of new products to the world earlier today including iPad Mini 3, iPad Air 2, refreshed Mac Mini and 27-inch iMac with 5K display. Additionally, the company has also announced the availability of OS X Yosemite and for iOS users out there, the iOS 8.1 update.
PlayStation has announced more details about the upcoming PlayStation 4 system software update 2.00, which the company has code named Murasame. Owners of a PS4 will soon be able to play music through the console through a USB flash drive. Those who constantly share their gameplay will also appreciate the archive function for videos.
Now that all big four telcos in Malaysia have unveiled their Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pricing, let’s take a look at what all of them have got to offer. Maxis is offering the device from as low as RM1,699, Celcom from RM988, DiGi from RM1,169 and U Mobile from RM1,099, but there are a lot more to the bundles than the final price of the device.
Apple has finally announced the refresh of the Mac mini at its most recent event. Unlike the iMac with its “5K” display, the improvements aren’t as flashy, but are instead expected adjustments to the popular compact computer system. The processors have been updated to the current generation of Intel “Haswell” chips, along with the new Intel HD Graphics 5000 and Intel Iris integrated graphics options.
You didn’t think that we would forget about U Mobile, did you? U Mobile is also offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from as low as RM1,099. But wait, the telco has got more to give its customers like a trade-in offer, 0% easy payment plan, no upfront payment, and loyalty rebates.
DiGi was the first telco in Malaysia to start its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser and registration of interest and if you’ve been waiting to see what the telco’s got to offer, here it is. DiGi is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from as low as RM1,169 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
Apple sure stole almost all the headlines when it announced all the new devices and updates late last night but now it’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s turn, in Malaysia at least. Today is the consumer launch of Samsung’s latest phablet, there are roadshows going on in five states around Malaysia, but if you do not wish to pay full price to own the device, which costs RM2,499, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM1,699.
Like a clockwork, shortly after Apple’s event to unveil the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, the Cupertino has revised the price of its existing iPads. Get the iPad Air from RM1,279 and the current iPad mini with Retina Display from RM929.
[Update] We forgot to add in that Apple is still offering the first ever iPad mini at a much lower price from only RM799.
And then there was another one. Following the footsteps of our sister sites Hype Malaysia, Lipstiq.com, Autofreaks.com, Wanista and our e-commerce site Storekini, the Lowyat Networks family of publications has expanded to include yet another exciting addition. Say hello to Fourth Official, Malaysia’s latest one-stop sports portal!