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Is Apple Working On Beats Gaming Headset?

by Chief Chapree · 1 week ago · No Comments · 483 views

Apple's Beats Gaming Headset

Even though you can generally game with Apple Mac depending on the model you choose, the company is not so big into gaming when it comes to their computers unlike iPhone and iPad. So, this particular design patent that is newly granted to the company is rather odd because it is a gaming headset – a product that is generally out of their usual focus.

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Review: MSI GS30 Shadow – Great Idea, Not So Great Execution

by Andrew Cheng · 1 week ago · 4 Comments · 1.7k views

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The MSI GS30 Shadow is an interesting product. On one hand, it is a lightweight and portable laptop with a very capable processor and integrated graphics. But once the laptop is connected to the GamingDock, it turns into one beastly gaming machine that can be equipped with a desktop graphics card. While this is a very interesting take on portability and power (when you need it), is it worth its asking price that starts from RM7,499?

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Try Out Batman: Arkham Knight On PlayStation 4 at Fan Event This Weekend

by Chief Chapree · 1 week ago · No Comments · 850 views

Batman: Arkham Knight Fan Event

After much delay, Batman: Arkham Knight is now finally available for gamers this week on across all platform including PlayStation 4 and has managed to gather plenty positive reviews (except for the PC version, for obvious reason) from throughout the world. However, if you still have doubt on whether if it is a good addition to your PS4 library, here is a chance for you to try out the game before making your final decision.

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Google Announces a New Smartwatch that can Track its Wearer’s Health

by Huei Song · 1 week ago · 3 Comments · 1.1k views

Google Health Tracking Smartwatch

Google has a new wearable and no, it’s not something for everyday consumer. Instead, the wearable is a health-tracking device that can provide minute-by-minute data, perfect for clinical trials and drug tests.

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Samsung Laptops Disable Windows Update; Forces Updates Through Its Own Software

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 8 Comments · 1.3k views

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Laptop manufacturers have a habit of over complicating matters, especially when it comes to software. The latest discovery revealed that Samsung has a programme that disables Windows Updates and prevents Microsoft from pushing patches and updates to the machines.

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LG Unveils “Band Play” in Korea, a Mid-Range Smartphone That Costs RM1,335

by Andrew Cheng · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 753 views

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LG has just launched a new smartphone in its home country: the uniquely named Band Play. Priced at 394,800 South Korean won (about RM1,335), the Band Play is priced considerably high for a lower mid-range smartphone. That being said, it does come with a set of 1W speakers that LG claims will deliver a premium audio quality.

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Tommy Tallarico: Video Games Live Malaysia 2015 Will Go On, Despite The Venue Issue

by Chief Chapree · 1 week ago · 3 Comments · 922 views

Video Games Live

Yesterday, we have reported that Video Games Live (VGL) Malaysia 2015 might be facing postponement or cancellation due to sudden closure of its scheduled venue based on a set of tweets by Leslie Jeyam, the Director of 11 to 11 Events which is the organizer of VGL Malaysia 2015. We have then reached out to several parties in order to seek further clarification on this matter including the event company itself, as well Stadium Putra’s owner Stadium Malaysia Corporation, and VGL production team in United States.

This morning, we have received a response from the main man behind VGL, Tommy Tallarico himself…and what a reply, it is.

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Maxis Launches Safe Mode Voice Pack for Waze Featuring Voices of Malaysian Children

by Huei Song · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 920 views

Maxis Waze Voice Pack Launch

Maxis has just launched a voice pack on Waze navigation app called Safe Mode Kids, featuring voices from Malaysian children. Available immediately, the new feature is more than just a voice pack, it aims at keeping drivers safe, especially during this festive season.

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iOS 9 Allows Users To Temporarily Remove Apps For Updates

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 718 views

iOS 9 Beta Update

iPhone users upgrading to the iOS 9 beta noted an interesting feature built into the new operating system. The OS will prompt the user to temporarily remove apps if it finds that there is not enough storage to complete the update. The removed apps will be automatically restored once the update has been completed.

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HTC One E9+ Launching in Malaysia Soon? Spotted in SIRIM’s Database

by Andrew Cheng · 1 week ago · 3 Comments · 874 views

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We are seeing more and more interesting devices appear in SIRIM’s database. Joining the LG G4 and two 7-inch Asus ZenPad tablets spotted yesterday is the HTC One E9+. Unveiled in China about three months ago, it is essentially a slightly bigger HTC One M9+ with a few hardware changes.

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Lenovo Joins Computer Stick Bandwagon With Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 8 Comments · 2.9k views

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Intel’s Compute Stick idea is slowly catching on, and Lenovo is hopping on that bandwagon with the introduction of the Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300. It is similar in build and design to the compute stick, but has one important quality that might make it more attractive to consumers: it is cheaper.

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Batman Arkham Knight Launch Reveals Memory Leak, NVIDIA Gameworks Issues On PC

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 10 Comments · 2.4k views

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Batman Arkham Knight recently launched to excellent reviews, at least for those playing on the PlayStation 4. Reviewers were only sent this particular version, and it has become clear why the PC port of the game was kept away from reviewers. PC gamers have discovered that the game runs horribly due to issues with memory leaks and stuttering frame rates thanks to NVIDIA’s Gameworks.

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