We are pretty sure that many of you here might have owned or had an encounter with Casio products at least once regardless of your age. From wrist watches to calculators to cameras to musical instruments, Casio products can be found everywhere since decades ago.
Despite that, Casio actually never had any official presence in Malaysia and depended on distributors such as Marco Corporation who is the exclusive distributor for Casio timepieces since 1972 to spread Casio products in Malaysia. That changes this year though…and the company really wants you to know that Casio is now officially in Malaysia. For real.
Earlier today, the Dutch Safety Board has released the preliminary reports on the crash incident of Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 on 17 July 2014 that killed all 298 passengers and crews on board. According to the report, investigators believed that the flight’s Boeing 777 was penetrated by a significant amount of “high-energy objects” from outside of the aircraft.
Last week, Maxis introduced new MaxisONE Business postpaid plans catered at business users, and if you were wondering if you could sign up for phone bundles using these lines, of course you can. Like personal postpaid lines with Maxis, you can sign up for a contract and receive a brand new smartphone at a subsidised price.
Apple is increasing security on the iCloud after the massive breach of security two weeks ago. The cloud storage service will now alert users via email when their account is accessed from a browser; even if the browser has been saved as a recognised device. This feature is not new on the internet, although this is the first time that Apple is implementing it.
It appears that another competitor to Steam and Origin may be in the works. Warner Bros Interactive, the publisher behind the Arkham series of Batman games and Injustice: Gods Among Us, has been spotted as filing for a series of trademarks for something called WB Play. The next game from the publisher has also been spotted with the WB Play label appearing on its website, meaning that the official announcement cannot be too far off.
Humble Bundle is celebrating the end of summer by holding a massive sale. The site is offering discounts of up to 70% on most of it’s catalogue, as well as the traditional super cheap flash sales. The online store will also be offering free titles every Monday. This sale will last until 22 September; which should allow gamers to catch up on anything they missed from the last Steam Sale.