Petronas is first oil and gas company in Malaysia to introduce Samsung Pay contactless payment throughout its 1,000 petrol stations nationwide. This offers customers a safe and convenient way to make payment using your smartphone.
UPDATE: Nokia 3 is now available on Digi’s online store. It is offered from as low as RM19 on Digi Postpaid 138 contract.
The latest Nokia smartphones are now available on Digi. These Android-powered devices were launched in Malaysia recently, offering premium feeling phones and stock-Android experience for under RM1,000. On top of that, Digi is also offering RM100 off when you trade-in a phone and sign up for a new postpaid plan.
If you’re in a market for a slim and portable laptop but without much money to burn, Acer might have the laptop just for you. Acer’s new entry-level Swift 1 has finally arrived in Malaysia and it aims to offer ultra-portability for the masses.
“Now everyone can fly” was the line that stuck with me the most after DJI launched the Spark in Malaysia. Ignoring the obvious reference to a popular budget airline’s tag, “everyone can fly” is probably the best way to describe what DJI’s Spark can do. It’s an amazingly tiny drone that takes almost no effort to get up in the air.
There was a time where I seriously considered the merits of getting an Android tablet. In my head I had my desktop in my work room, my laptop in my bedroom and my phone with me on the can. But I didn’t have a device in my living room and that’s where I thought the tablet would fit perfectly.
Talk about #firstworldproblems, amirite? Every now and again, this small part of my mind begins to entertain the idea of a tablet again and I start to think that maybe it was time for me to get one.
And then I got my hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 — a powerful Android tablet with a beautiful screen, and a nice set of speakers. Theoretically, this is exactly what I needed but after spending some time with it, the Tab S3 only served to prove that nobody really needs an Android tablet.
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After introducing the HTC U11, the Taiwanese smartphone maker could be introducing its “squeezable” interaction to a more affordable segment. Dubbed as the “Ocean Life”, this could this be a “mini version” of the HTC U11 and a successor of the HTC U Play.