After generating RM 67 million in revenue that were spawned from 227,000 successful transactions, we can safely say that the inaugural #MYCYBERSALE last year was a success. Hence, it is not surprising to see the initiative by Multimedia Development Corporation under its Digital Malaysia program made a return once again this year. However, if you somehow have just found out about it, what we have here is a quick guide on what you need to know about #MYCYBERSALE 2015.
Update: U Mobile’s registration of interest page for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is now live too. Details available after the break.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be launched here in Malaysia on 16 October 2015. Like previous years, the devices should be available in authorised Apple resellers, as well as from the major telcos, and for those who are interested in a telco subsidy, Celcom’s preorder will start a week early, while Digi has already opened up its registration of interest page for both devices.
With around 500M tweets are sent on daily basis, Twitter is certainly one of the most popular online social networking service out there. However, tweets are still limited to only 140 characters even though the service is already nine years in existence.
While there might be plenty of third party services out there that helps users overcome the limitation in addition to the company’s own “Retweet With Comment” feature that went live few months ago, they also come with their own set of shortcomings. The good news is that Twitter itself is apparently looking into overcoming the character limitation through a new “product”.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3 is nearing its release date, and Activision is beginning to turn up the marketing for its next big title. Unfortunately, its most recent stunt has drawn the anger of the internet by tweeting about a fictional terrorist attack on Singapore; complete with hourly updates about the complete breakdown of civil structure.
Malaysians love their smartphones, and the latest statistics from Google’s Consumer Barometer shows just how important mobile communications has become in this country. There is a similar trend among Asian countries, who dominate the top five countries with the highest smartphone penetration.
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We all know that a phone costs a lot less to build compared to its retail price, but just how much is the difference between the cost and retail price of one of the most expensive consumer smartphones out there – the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus? According to a research firm, the hardware prices of both new iPhones are US$211.50 and US$236 respectively.