Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak has said that Malaysians actively choose to use slower internet speeds because it costs less. The blog post was made in reponse to comments made by DAP’s Lim Kit Siang on the state of internet connections in Malaysia.
Microsoft apparently has a cardboard VR headset, similar to the Google Cardboard, and it looks like the company is trying to avoid drawing attention to it. News of the headset broke after it appeared in an image appeared promoting a Russian hackathon; the image has subsequently been taken down, but nothing is ever really forgotten on the internet.
Intel’s sixth generation processor officially supports DDR3L and DDR4 RAM; however, Skylake motherboards have also been listing support for DDR3 RAM. While it is possible to use DDR3 RAM with the new processors, this shouldn’t be done as it turns out the higher voltage requirements could damage the integrated memory controller (IMC).
On top of just announcing that the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be launched in more countries around the world on 9th October, 10th October and 16th October (it’ll be launched here in Malaysia on 16th October 2015), Apple also announced that their iPhone sales have broken the records again.
While we were in Beijing, we happened to have both the Xiaomi Mi 4c and Meizu Pro 5 in our hands. The first thing that we thought of was to pit these two devices against each other, and how should we do it? Well, with a camera shootout, of course. Based on the images that we’ve managed to capture, the results are rather interesting.
We haven’t heard much from Tech Armory since the Subang Jaya-based outfit launched its own Cyberforge brand of gaming laptop several months ago. As it turns out, the company has now begun taking order for new batch of gaming laptops that comes with Intel 6th generation Core processor.
ZTE may be known here as makers of low-end smartphones, but today it is emphatically changing that with the launch of the Axon Elite, its premium flagship smartphone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. Not only that, this is also the first smartphone in Malaysia to feature three biometric security screenings: fingerprint, voice and iris.
Previously, those who are in the market for an entry-level action camera had to settle for the GoPro HERO – which costs US$130 (about RM575) – or the Xiaomi Yi Action Camera that goes for 399 Chinese yuan (approximately RM275). Now, GoPro has introduced a new entry-level US$200 (around RM880) action camera: the HERO+ WiFi, which is a slightly higher-end offering than the HERO.