Maxis has officially kicked off its 24 hours 4G LTE challenge. Starting from 3pm today, Maxis has sent its staff to go on a 24 hour journey around Peninsular Malaysia and test Maxis’ 4G network. They have 24 hours to do so with one goal in mind: to prove that the company’s 4G LTE network is the best.
Clones of high-end smartphones are not uncommon, but this particular clone didn’t come from any unknown brand. The device pictured above is the UMi Rome, which the Chinese company touts as “the next gladiator.” Needless to say, the Rome bears a very striking resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
BlackBerry may have just recently explored the possibilities of a secure Android smartphone, but few would have heard of a company called Silent Circle and its Blackphone device. Using a highly secure forked version of Android, the latest version of the Blackphone, simply called the Blackphone 2, is now available in Malaysia.
Celcom has just launched Yonder Music, a new music streaming service in Malaysia that focuses on local artists and content. The service is exclusively available for Celcom FIRST and Xpax customers as it makes its official debut after the launch of the FIRST Blue and Gold plans earlier this week.
Star Wars Battlefront is finally here, and we’re more than a little excited about the Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront PlayStation 4 bundle that should be appearing on our shores any time now. To celebrate the impending arrival of reenacting the doomed defense of Hoth, we’ve put together a list of some of the best games to have come from the Star Wars franchise over the years.
Well, this is surprising. Oppo, which has been using a customised version of Android on all of its devices (until now, that is), will be offering a near-stock version of Android outside of China. The best part is, owners of the Find 7 and Find 7a will be able to flash it immediately.