Dinner in the Sky came about to bring a Belgian kid’s dream to life – a flying dinner table. Started up in 2006 by Hakuna Matata (communications agency) and the Fun Group (amusement park crane company) came together to set up this high-flying dining experience for 22 individuals and since has travelled across 45 countries in almost every occasion imaginable.
Three months after the inception of the Galaxy S6 Active, we now have a new wallet-friendly rugged smartphone joining its ranks. The Galaxy Active Neo could be considered sitting between the Galaxy Xcover 3 and the current high-end Galaxy S6 Active.
Malware has been one of the more worrying problems for something as open-sourced as the Android platform. Most recently, Stagefright is to blame for all the manufacturers being caught with their pants down – if you don’t know what Stagefright is, check it out here. To cut it short, it’s a malicious exploit that digs up personal information on your Android device. And as smartphone vendors scrambled to get their acts together through rolling out OTA updates, HTC‘s President has gone on record to say that monthly updates are “unrealistic”.
Microsoft is unveiling a couple of devices tomorrow evening at 9PM which include its new flagships, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL. Earlier we’ve seen some leaks of its specs, and now we get a clearer look at the overall device thanks to high resolution photos that had just surfaced online.
For those who can’t seem to get enough mobile internet for their smart phones, this could be music to your ears. Celcom has introduced its new FIRST Basic 85 Internet Plan which gives you 21GB of mobile data for only RM85/month. Although it sounds the same, this isn’t the same as the standard FIRST Basic 85 that comes with an OPTIMISER feature. Instead, this is a data-centric plan that gives you loads of data while calls are only charged when you need it.