Lenovo has just launched 18 products today, which includes the Yoga 900, MIIX 700, a new gaming laptop, and Yoga tablets, just to name a few. The company has refreshed most of its existing products with Intel’s latest 6th generation Skylake processors, and they are now ready for the Malaysian market.
iflix has officially launched its own offline viewing feature. Dubbed as “Download and Watch Offline,” it offers iflix subscribers the ability to download certain contents to be viewed at a later time without the need of an Internet connection. Needless to say, this will come in handy to many users.
Xiaomi has announced a new version of the existing Mi Air Purifier. The new Mi Air Purifier 2 brings significant improvements over its predecessor. Xiaomi has previously been releasing plenty of products that are not directly related to the mobile market. These include the Ninebot mini, Mi TV, Mi Rainbow AA batteries and ultimately the Mi Air Purifier.
Nvidia has been busy lately, especially when it comes to releasing its graphic drivers. You would think that with all the new GPUs Nvidia has launched, the release of its display drivers would correspond to these new products. Surprisingly, Nvidia hasn’t neglected older graphic drivers; it has recently released version 340.96 driver for Linux.
The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) has proposed amendments to the Land Public Transport Act 2010, which will allow it to take action against ride-sharing apps like Uber and GrabCar. At the moment, these apps fall under the purview of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC); which means that SPAD has no jurisdiction over them.