LG has been getting busy these few days as the company has just announced that it will launch two of their new entry level phones - the LG L Bello and the LG L Fino at IFA 2014 in Berlin. On top of that, the company just released a teaser of its new circular smartwatch.
Backtrack a few weeks, LG had mistakenly uploaded a promo video of LG G3 Beat which happens to feature a glimpse of an unannounced phablet called the LG G3 Stylus. Unsurprisingly, the company has just made the phablet official, and will be debuting it at IFA 2014.
Any LINE Rangers player out there? In case you missed the notice, LINE has been giving away free Rubies (the virtual currency that is used in the popular tower defence game) since yesterday to celebrate the game’s latest achievement of 20 million downloads. Given the fact that the game has only been out for month, it is indeed an impressive milestone.
Gaming peripheral maker Razer has come up with a way for gamers to keep track of all those enticing discounts on the internet. Called the Razer Cortex, it is a desktop application that tracks and compares the prices of games across several different online stores. It may also include Razer’s Game Booster as part of the package as well, but that isn’t as much fun as always knowing the cheapest place to get games.
Bungie studios next triple A title, Destiny, is in the final stages of making production and will be available for gamers very soon. However, the open-universe first person shooter will not be allowing players to trade weapons with each other. A very strange design choice considering that the game is meant to be played in a persistent online world.
If you’ve been waiting for Google to give its presentation app, Google Slides, its very own mobile app like the Google Docs and Google Sheets apps that were announced a few months ago, here it is. Google recently released its Google Slides app for iOS and Android devices and is available for download immediately.
It appears that rumours of Google buying out Twitch were completely untrue. News has surfaced that it is Amazon who have successfully come to an agreement to purchase the video game streaming service. This has been corroborated by reports from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. What Amazon intends to do with its new acquisition is still unknown, although there are indications that the service will be allowed to operate independently for now.
Here’s one way to kill off the joy and excitement of a launch event – find out everything about the product weeks and even months before the launch. Right after sharing some extensive leaks about the camera features found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Sammobile today is sharing more details, this time about the fingerprint sensor – of course there’s going to be one.
Last week, Xiaomi surprised Mi fans in Malaysia by releasing its Xiaomi Mi In-Ear Piston Earphones to the market here. The premium quality piston earphones which retails at a super affordable price tag of RM50 was all the rage in the audio-savvy community.
Like every other Xiaomi device, the 2,000 units of the golden earphones sold like hotcakes in the flash sale and were all sold out within minutes. However, I managed to snag a spot in the queue and placed my order with a purchase.
I was interested in seeing how good these supposedly premium in-ear earphones offered, especially given the low retail price of RM50. How does it fare against in-ear earphones that are a lot more expensive from other established audio brands, or would it just match a regular pair of earphones that usually comes out of the box with most smartphones?