[MWC15] HTC Grip: Why not a smartwatch?

[MWC15] HTC Grip: Why not a smartwatch?

The HTC Grip was the smart fitness tracker that HTC had unveiled at MWC15. It is a GPS-enabled device powered by UA Record, a new health and fitness network from…

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: It still rules as a smartphone and phablet

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: It still rules as a smartphone and phablet

Samsung has a reputation for its GALAXY Note series phablets, they managed to succeed and convince consumers and competitors that a stylus is indeed something useful in today’s multi-touch display…

[MWC15] HTC Vive: It’s something else

[MWC15] HTC Vive: It’s something else

The HTC Vive is HTC’s initiative into the VR world. They hope that through a strategic partnership with Valve, HTC promises to transform the way that consumers interact with technology…

[MWC15] HTC One M9: Seriously?

[MWC15] HTC One M9: Seriously?

Today, HTC unveiled their most personal, beautiful and powerful smartphone yet. But really, I was hoping that the year taken to develop the HTC One M9 would finally be the…

[MWC15] Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is official and we got a first look in Malaysia

[MWC15] Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is official and we got a first look in Malaysia

Samsung Malaysia didn’t let us down when they called us to join them in a local event to catch the UNPACKED event happening over at Barcelona a couple of hours…

HP announces the Spectre x360 to take on the MacBook Air

HP announces the Spectre x360 to take on the MacBook Air

HP have been keeping its efforts hard in the PC market and it just announced a laptop that is probably close enough to take on Apple’s MacBook Air in terms…

[MWC15] Huawei’s Talkband B2 is now a premium looking wearable

[MWC15] Huawei’s Talkband B2 is now a premium looking wearable

If you remembered how the first generation Huawei Talkband B1 looks like, then you’ll see it in a different way this time on what Huawei has to offer in Mobile…

[MWC15] Leap affordably with Acer’s new fitness tracker

[MWC15] Leap affordably with Acer’s new fitness tracker

Alright, we won’t call it exactly affordable, but here comes a reasonably price fitness tracker that comes from Acer itself and its got a pretty nice name at the same…

[MWC15] The Acer Liquid M220 is an overpriced but good looking entry-level Windows Phone

[MWC15] The Acer Liquid M220 is an overpriced but good looking entry-level Windows Phone

Acer hasn’t been putting a lot of effort in the mobile space, however they are still one of the major smartphone makers in the market. MWC15 is now live and…

Spotify and Musixmatch integrates song lyrics into playback controls

Spotify and Musixmatch integrates song lyrics into playback controls

Spotify is a great tool for streaming music, as I’ve mentioned back in my previous article it has destroyed me from downloading illegally. Though not an entirely groundbreaking feature, the…

The GALAXY S6 and S6 Edge design looks confirmed

The GALAXY S6 and S6 Edge design looks confirmed

New smartphones are no longer well kept secrets and at least Samsung doesn’t seem to mind them, in just a few moments ago on Reddit, a user called iamdenden posted…

Facebook wants you to stop your friend from committing suicide with its new tool

Facebook wants you to stop your friend from committing suicide with its new tool

I do share some sad moments on Facebook at times where I try to seek comments from people for some consolation and comments to make me feel better. There have…

iPro LivePad 8.9 is an affordable Windows 8.1 tablet packed with impressive internals

iPro LivePad 8.9 is an affordable Windows 8.1 tablet packed with impressive internals

Remember the JOI 8 tablet launched last year, it was the most affordable locally made Windows 8.1 tablet however it falls short of a few features. iPro, another Malaysian OEM…

Google to introduce sponsored apps in Google Play

Google to introduce sponsored apps in Google Play

As a newbie developer you’d probably had a hard time selling your apps in an app store that consist over a million of apps that could perform similarly to yours…

I’ve backed the Pebble Time although I’m poor

I’ve backed the Pebble Time although I’m poor

Yes people, I’ve decided to head on to GetPebble.com, get transferred to the Pebble Time’s Kickstarter project page and clicked on the Pledge $179 or more option (Yes, I’m late…

Apple to hold March 9 event, does “Spring Forward” means something?

Apple to hold March 9 event, does “Spring Forward” means something?

March is going to be an exciting month in the mobile space and Apple has just sent out invites to US medias on its upcoming March 9th date, the season…

It’s official: Moto E (2nd Gen.) comes with LTE & 64-bit CPU!

It’s official: Moto E (2nd Gen.) comes with LTE & 64-bit CPU!

After all that suspense and waiting, it is OFFICIAL, people! Motorola has launched their follow-up to their much successful budget-friendly smartphone – the Moto E. It now features LTE connectivity,…

HTC One M9: Announcement due this MWC15

HTC One M9: Announcement due this MWC15

Every HTC user in the world are on the edge of their seats, waiting to see the M9 for this coming MWC in Barcelona on the 1st of March 2015…

This is the Kairos time for the Kairos smartwatch

This is the Kairos time for the Kairos smartwatch

Greek is definitely a language filled with deep/more than one meaning to even the simplest of English words and although I am no qualified English teacher, I’d like to introduce…

Pebble Time goes live: color e-paper display and built-in microphone

Pebble Time goes live: color e-paper display and built-in microphone

The most successful smart watch in Kickstarter is now back with a new product, Pebble just announced the Pebble Time, the company’s latest smart watch that comes with an all…

Grand unveiling by Motorola tomorrow

Grand unveiling by Motorola tomorrow

If you thought that the Microsoft (then, Nokia) Lumia 535’s advertising/marketing strategy/promotion was very well thought out and filled with suspense, the suspense is definitely not over as Motorola is…

Three Reasons Why Virtual Reality is Revolutionizing Film Making

Three Reasons Why Virtual Reality is Revolutionizing Film Making

You may have heard the term Virtual Reality numerous times and you have seen concept videos of how it works, it might still be conceptual at this point of time…


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