Hatred, an action game about a psychotic killer that murders people for the sake of it, has been removed from Steam Greenlight. The game features a top down view that is accented with a noir colour scheme, the game changes perspectives to a 3rd person view when the player attempts to execute civilians in gruesome fashion.
Gartner has just released its numbers for the smartphone industry in Q3 2014 and with no surprise, it sees Chinese phone manufacturers on the rise, while the big boys like Samsung and Nokia continue to lose their market share. Out of the five top smartphone vendors, three of them are Chinese, kicking LG out of the scene.
Uber’s notorious Surge Pricing kicked in during the hostage crisis in Sydney, Australia yesterday. Customers who attempted to hail an Uber ride during the time when a gunman took a cafe hostage found that prices had increased by four times. The outrage was quick as many users turned to social media to express their displeasure, which caused the service to backtrack on the pricing and instead offer free rides out of the central business district.
Is the LG G3 finally coming to Malaysia? Last night, LG Malaysia’s Facebook page posted a teaser for 10:10am on 18 December 2014, saying that “the wait for the most anticipated innovation by LG is almost over”, followed by an image of what looks like the silhouette of an LG G3.
Indian smartphone manufacturer Xolo, has produced the world’s lightest smartphone, or so it claims. The smartphone in question is the Q900s Plus, which weighs in at only a 100 grams. Oddly enough, while this is reasonably light, it also shares the same weight as its predecessor, the Q900s.
While most of us in the city are enjoying our fast internet, streaming videos and music on the internet everyday, reading through social networks when we’re free, and downloading files at a relatively fast speed, what about the rural villages in this country? DiGi recently announced its Kg IFA (Internet For All) vision to bring high speed internet to rural villages, and is kicking things off in Kg Gong Chengal, Kemaman.
Samsung is currently producing 14-nm FinFET logic chips for the upcoming Apple A9 SOC that will most likely end up used in the next generation of iPhones. Early reports had suspected that the new chips were intended for the Apple Watch, but that does not appear to be the case.
Sony Pictures is threatening to take legal action against news outlets that have posted about or downloaded and viewed the recently leaked information of the company and its employees. The recent hacking of Sony Pictures saw a handful of movies leaked before their release dates and sensitive information about the company and its employees.