Last night was a big night for Huawei’s sub-brand Honor as not only it is celebrating its first anniversary as a separate entity but also the launch of several new products under its wing. We have discussed two of them – the Honor 6 Plus and Honor Box – earlier today, so now it is time to take a look at the third product that the company has announced at last night event: the octa-core version of Honor 4X.
The fourth patch for Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Assasin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed Unity, is now available for download on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Ubisoft says the patch is mainly aimed at fixing performance issues that have plagued the game since it’s launch about a month ago.
Competition in the smartwatch market is set to heat up in the coming months, and Pebble has openly embraced the changes brought on by Android Wear. The Pebble Android App 2.3.0 will allow the smartwatch to display and interact with Android Wear notifications, and does a few other things that Google’s smartwatch OS isn’t capable of yet.
One of the most interesting things about the year coming to an end is how we get all these summaries on how the year has been. Last week, Facebook released its Year in Review to show the most talked-about topic of the year and now, it’s Google’s turn. The internet search giant recently released its annual Year in Malaysia Search, showing the major events that happened throughout the year, top newsmakers and hottest trends based on searches performed on google.com.my.
Huawei’s Honor sub-brand celebrated its first year in business earlier today in quite some style. Its birthday celebration wasn’t just to celebrate its past, but to provide a glimpse of what it has in store in the immediate future – with the introduction of several new devices. The most important is the new Honor 6 Plus, featuring two rear camera sensors.
September not only saw the launch of Samsung’s excellent Galaxy Note 4. Less than two weeks after the end of IFA 2014, Samsung made a pretty big appearance at Photokina 2014 where it introduced its first prosumer smart camera called the NX1. Sporting a mouthful of exciting features, the NX1 has just been officially announced in Malaysia.
After the Nexus tablets and smartphones have received the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update, it is finally the Nexus 5′s turn to receive it. Many reports of the update crashing Nexus 7 devices and causing frequent app restart on Nexus 5 surfaced after it went live, and with this new version of Lollipop from Google, most of these issues – if not all – should be resolved.