When it comes to audio peripherals, you might thought that Razer already has pretty much everything under its flag such as earphones, headphones, and speakers. Well, think again as the renowned gaming peripherals outfit has just revealed the latest addition into its gaming audio line-up in the form of the new Razer Leviathan Sound Bar.
For the majority of users that have experienced it, losing a mobile phone whether due to accidental reasons or theft is a rather troublesome (and traumatic) experience – all the lost memories or worse, the private data stored inside your most personal of devices. To help Malaysian users cope with such situations as well as an effort to curb mobile phone theft, the Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has activated the Public Cellular Blocking Service (PCBS).
According to rumours on Weibo, Vivo is working on the world’s thinnest smartphone. The Chinese manufacturer also held the record for the thinnest smartphone with the Vivo x3, now held by the Gionee Elife S5.1 and also the very first smartphone with a 2k resolution display in the Vivo Xplay 3s. Their latest entry into the world of smartphones comes in the form of the Vivo Xshot.
Alienware has just released a device that will allow users to use a desktop-grade GPU on a laptop. Aptly named the Alienware Graphics Amplifier, Alienware hopes that this device will close the gap between desktop-grade gaming graphics and laptop-grade gaming graphics. The amplifier will be released alongside the Alienware 13, Alienware’s latest gaming laptop.
Modern Sleek. That is the design philosophy behind Samsung’s latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 4. The South Korean company shared plenty of details behind its new Note 4 and Note Edge smartphones via its official blog, detailing key design decisions behind the two smartphones, from choice of material, the removal of the controversial fake stitching along the back cover, and even the curvature of the Edge Screen on the Galaxy Note Edge.
Now that the Android 5.0 Lollipop is official, when will it be released to existing Android devices and how will it look like? According to recent leaked screenshots, it looks like HTC is working on a HTC Sense version 7 to deliver Android 5.0 Lollipop and of course, it has Google’s Material Design in tow.
Apple’s new digital wallet system has hit some problems with rolling out to the public. Several large retail chains in America have begun to block the service from their counters, severely limiting the reach of what Apple hoped would revolutionise payment systems. The issue appears to be a consortium of retailers co-operating with a merchant service (one that enables credit card payments) to build their own digital wallet service.
Fan meet-ups are a regular phenomenon for Chinese smartphone companies in its home markets as a way of showing appreciation for fans’ support for the brand. There has been some pretty epic ones we’ve seen in China, where the meet-ups are exceptionally epic – and now Oppo is planning to hold one here in Malaysia.
It might have taken Rockstar Games slightly more time to get this game ready for newer consoles (and PC as well) but nevertheless, Grand Theft Auto V is finally coming to Sony PlayStation 4 next month on 18 November. For those who planning to purchase both the console and the game at the same time, we do suggest you to wait till 3 December though.
Why? Because Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia will be releasing the PS4 GTAV Bundle in Malaysia on that very day.
Calling all of you who wish to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you can now get it with a contract from YES 4G. Sign up for one of the company’s Super Postpaid Plan bundle, and get the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung from as low as RM799 – YES offers up to 10GB of 4G internet, 2000minutes of free calls, and even a free Yes 4G huddle so you can share the internet quota with multiple devices at one time.
Governments can try to get away with anything; except placing new limitations on the internet. A proposed Hungarian internet tax has sparked protests as citizens took to the streets to express their displeasure at being taxed for each gigabyte used. It is believed that the move is meant to limit access to information and has even drawn condemnation from the European Union.