League of Legends developer Riot Games has decided to show off picture of its new office on the edge of West Los Angeles. The office is really more of campus inspired by LoL, as well as space for both work and play. There is also a cyber-cafe style setup for late night gaming sessions.
2014 was a watershed year for smartphones. With the emergence of the Chinese smartphone makers, virtually every major smartphone company was caught off-guard. Consumers now had access to better made smartphones at significantly lower prices; who would want to pay double the amount for virtually the same phone?
In the midst of all this, another smartphone maker came virtually out of nowhere. Calling themselves OnePlus, the company released the OnePlus One or what it called the “2014 Flagship Killer”, boasting premium hardware for about half the price of, say, the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the HTC One M8. Now that we’re into 2015, is this still one of the best value-for-money smartphones you can buy?
Apart from revealing several new facts regarding its upcoming Streamyx 1Mbps and UniFi 10Mbps packages, TM has also shed more lights on the new UniFi 30Mbps packages in its response to our recent enquiries. As it turns out, TM has its own reason for quietly launching the trial run and not accepting upgrades from existing customers which became the focus of our inaugural #Dendajar editorial piece yesterday.
Truth to be told, our latest round of communications with TM yesterday does not revolved around the upcoming RM 38 1Mbps Streamyx package alone. Right after the revelation of the company’s new UniFi 10Mbps package (shown above) that will be made available to consumers in July, we also asked the company regarding the differences between the newly announced package and the existing Basic VIP 10Mbps package.
Well, the answer that we received might be a good news for some users out there. Read more to find out what it is about.
While Xiaomi is busy preparing for its biggest international event of the year so far in India, it looks like it is also actively working on introducing its latest devices here in Malaysia. Two new devices have appeared in the SIRIM database from Xiaomi, and one of them suspiciously looks like the flagship Mi Note – and a very surprising twist.
As you able to recall, TM has recently announced a new 1Mbps Streamyx package that will carry a monthly fee of RM 38 which is around 57% lower than existing package. To be available for consumers on 16 June, the new package comes with a data cap of 1GB though – a first for any TM’s fixed line broadband packages.
However, TM didn’t actually mention what will happen to the service once users hit the data cap in its original announcement. Hence, we have reached out to the company for further clarifications and it turns out that the answer is something that you might not have expected.
Nokia may be gearing up to make a return to the smartphone market when its agreement with Microsoft comes to an end in 2016. The Finnish company is currently prevented from selling any smartphone under the Nokia brand as part of the terms of the sale of its devices division to Redmond.
Maxis has just released the details to its OnePlus One device bundle. The OnePlus One will retail at RM1,199 when it lands on our shores starting tomorrow, 22 April 2015, but the telco is offering it at only RM859 when you sign up for a contract with their MaxisONE postpaid plan.