GrabTaxi, also known in Malaysia as MyTeksi, has announced a unique way to battle the famously chaotic traffic in Jakarta. Called GrabBike, this new service allows passengers to hop on motorbikes and navigate your way on two wheels, avoiding the hassle of being stuck in traffic when you’re in cars.
Just because Microsoft sold its MixRadio streaming service to Japan’s LINE corporation last year, it doesn’t mean that they won’t stick to the promise they made prior to the deal. MixRadio is no longer exclusive to Windows Phone, as the company has just launched an iOS and Android version of the app.
Remember the Sharp Aquos Crystal and Crystal X which were unveiled last year? Well, here are their successors, the Aquos Xx and Aquos Crystal 2. Featuring a bezel-less design alongside respectable specifications, these are two gorgeous smartphones that are not just all style with no substance.
If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the YotaPhone 2, the “world’s first dual-screen always-on smartphone”, it is finally available for purchase on crowdfunding site, Indiegogo, from US$525. It ships to almost anywhere in the world, including Malaysia, but if you’d like to be one of the first to own the device, you’ll need to pay a rather hefty shipping fee of US$45.
Earlier this month, Razer Nabu X fitness tracker quietly made its way into Malaysia via Razer’s own online store and retailers throughout the country. However, it seemed that Razer’s online store might be offering a better deal through its “Band Together” promo which allows users to purchase two Nabu X for the price of one.
Now, we have learned that the offer is now available at selected physical retailers in Malaysia as well.
After months of waiting, Apple has finally introduced a new 15” MacBook Pro with Retina Display that is equipped with the company’s latest Force Touch trackpad. That’s not all, the Cupertino company also introduced a new and more affordable configuration to its 27” iMac with Retina 5K display. Both devices are available on Apple Malaysia’s online store.
Opened in 1996, Kuala Lumpur Tower is currently the seventh tallest telecommunication tower in the world which also contains an observation deck – the second highest publicly accessible viewpoint in Kuala Lumpur after the one in Petronas Twin Towers. If viewing the city from the deck might induce vertigo to some of us, imagine how it would feel like to climb further up to the tower’s antenna.
Well, imagine no more: the selfie above showed exactly how Kuala Lumpur looks like from the tip of KL Tower’s antenna, at the height of 421 meters from the ground.
If you’ve been looking for a gaming laptop, you might want to check out Brightstar’s roadshow for MSI products that is happening right now until the 24th of May at Low Yat Plaza. Among the MSI gaming laptops on promotion there are the GT60 2QE, GE60 2QE, GE70 2QE, and GE60 2QD.
You can always find something peculiar over at Kickstarter. Started by Joe Hollier and Kaiwei Tang – who met at Google’s 30 Weeks program, the Light Phone is meant to be a “phone away from phone”. Basically, it’s a phone the size of a credit card that makes and receives calls…but nothing else.