Hate your iOS device because the keyboard is just too annoying but you have no choice but to stick to it? Well, it looks like that problem will be over very soon, SwiftKey recently announced that its award-winning keyboard will be heading to iOS on 17 September 2014 – the day where iOS 8 will be released to users.
Owners of Sony’s PlayStation Portable handheld console are about to have their devices cut off from the PlayStation Store. The news comes from IGN who spoke to a Sony representative on the matter. While access to the PlayStation Store is denied, the users will still be able to use the other online functions of the PSP; and can still buy digital games for their consoles through the Sony Entertainment Network Online Store.
If you wish to get a Xiaomi Redmi Note but do not wish to wait for their weekly sales where you might or might not get one because there are a limited number of units, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM0. As usual, you’ll need to sign up for a contract under one of the telco’s new MaxisONE Plans.
It is not a secret that Microsoft is planning to unveil Windows 9 a.k.a Threshold to the world really soon. As we get closer to the rumoured date for the press event, two tech sites in Germany have published a set of screenshots from an early build of Windows 9 Technical Preview which provided an early look to the new operating system.
SanDisk has announced that its new line of Ultra II solid state drives are now available in Malaysia. These SSDs are designed to cater to the customer who is concerned with battery life and power efficiency. An enhanced SSD Dashboard allows users to constantly monitor the performance of the drive, while also making it easier to obtain firmware upgrades.
Now that the two new iPhone 6 have been confirmed, and we’ve been seeing a lot of phone announcements over the past few weeks, how do all of these devices stack up against one another? We’ve compiled the specifications of new and existing flagship smartphones in the market – Apple and Android, into one big table for easy comparison.
Geek On Gadgets has revealed the contents of a confidential internal document from Microsoft concerning the future of Nokia and Windows Phone. It would appear that the Microsoft Mobile division is slowly moving away from the two brands, with the Lumia 830 and 730 being the last two smartphones to carry the Nokia name.
Judging from the amount of news for the past few weeks, you might have realized that September is the month of new smartphones. For example, the second generation Motorola Moto G was just announced last week and BlackBerry will also be launching its next model, the BlackBerry Passport later this month.
Guess what: both of them should be available in Malaysia as they have been listed in SIRIM’s database yesterday.
News has broken that five million Gmail addresses and passwords have been posted to a Russian Bitcoin forum. However, Google has stated that the leak is not the result of a security breach, but rather the work of a long phishing campaign against internet users. In fact, most of the passwords have long been changed and accounts suspended.
Square Enix will be making a game streaming service available to the Japanese market. Unlike most other services of this type, it will be only be made on smartphones and tablets through the Dive In app. Users will also only be allowed to rent games for a limited time, instead of buying it outright. The service starts with Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 13, and Murdered: Soul Suspect.
Razer’s Cortex game sale tracking software has gone live after a two week early access period. In celebration of the announcement, eight games are being discounted on GOG.com for a month. The titles can be accessed from the Razer Cortex software, that users will have to download and register for a Razer account.