It has taken a bit longer than usual, but Nintendo is now selling games directly from its website. Until today, the only way to get digital purchases was through the Nintendo eShop, which is not exactly the best solution for online shopping. The website also offers the option of buying a download code instead of directly linking it to a Nintendo account, allowing people the option to actually buy games for each other; a feature that other systems take for granted.
Calling all fans of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the moment you’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has just been launched here in Malaysia for a retail price of RM2,499. As mentioned before, the device will go on sale starting this Friday, 17 October 2014 and as a consumer launch program, the company will be hosting a 3-days tour for the Galaxy Note 4 across five states in Malaysia.
Most of the details for the upcoming Android L have been revealed, and it is only a matter of time before it begins to ship on new devices. However, Google has been extremely secretive about the name of the operating system; and it only gets worse with the most recent video released on Youtube.
As you might have heard, BlackBerry Passport has landed in Malaysia during the weekend exclusively (until the end of this month) through Celcom. There was not much noise or fanfare accompanying the release of the new device into our market but apparently, the device has been selling quite well in our market.
Samsung’s U28D590D 4K monitor is potentially the future of desktop computing. Few other monitors are capable of competing with the 3840 x 2160 resolution. We sat down with the display for a few moments to discover if it really is worth the effort, or if the UHD resolution will end up being just another fad.
Sleeping Dogs is finally arriving on the PlayStation 4 today with the Definitive Edition. The next generation port of the 2012 sleeper hit also features all 24 previously released DLC for the game, including the horror themed “Nightmare in North Point”. There is also a new title in the form of Borderlands the Pre-sequel, which takes to the moon of the Borderlands world in order to stop a crazed maniac who has hijacked a giant super-laser.
Cyber-security company iSIGHT has revealed the details of a Russian cyber-espionage campaign conducted against NATO countries that has been conducted over the last year. The attacks were perpetrated by using a zero-day exploit in all supported versions of Windows, and Windows Server 20008 and 2012. Microsoft is aware of the vulnerability and is currently working on a patch.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be launched in Malaysia tomorrow and will hit the shelves on Friday, 17 October 2014. If you are an early adopter and wish to own the phablet as soon as it launches, you might want to follow Samsung’s three-days tour in five states around Malaysia because the company will be giving away a free Gear Circle for the first 100 customers.
A team of researchers at Nanyang Technology University in Singapore have developed a lithium-ion battery that is capable of recharging a charge of 70 percent in just two minutes, which compared to the commercially available batteries today, is blazing fast to say the least. And to top it off, the battery has a lifespan of 20 years.
Another day, another leak: hundreds of users name and password belonged to Dropbox users have been posted online earlier today on Pastebin by an anonymous user. It just a small chunk of more than six million Dropbox user names and password that the leaker claimed to have and willing to leak out further in exchange for Bitcoin.
One might immediately come to a conclusion that this leak was a result by security breach at Dropbox but according to the folks at the popular cloud storage service, that is not the case. So, what gives?