Apple is continuously growing its retail presence in South East Asia. After the opening of its Apple Store on Orchard Road in Singapore, it looks like they are opening another one in our region very soon.
It’s here. The time has come and Twitter has finally alleviated one of the biggest headaches people face when they use the microblogging site: Its word count.
Have you ever found yourself in a town you’re not very familiar with, have time to kill, and want to go sightseeing? Well if you’re in Ipoh when those desires align, Uber is here to give you a hand with their brand new feature in Malaysia: UberTRIP.
Dell’s launched their brand new Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 and Inspiron 15 7000 laptops in Malaysia. This time they pack Intel’s latest chips into relatively sleek metal bodies and have prices starting from just under RM4,450.
If you’re planning on upgrading your computer’s storage, Western Digital has introduced its latest SSD (Solid State Drives) lineup with 64-layer 3D NAND technology. On top of enabling higher storage capacity, 3D NAND offers better performance and greater reliability than current 2D NAND technology.
A week after iOS 11 is rolled out officially, Apple has just released another new software update that carries the version 11.01. This is a minor update that comes with your usual security and bug fixes for your iPhone and iPad.
After a month of teasing, Huawei has finally taken the covers off its nova 2i. This is their new selfie-centric focused smartphone that comes with a total of four cameras. On top of that, it is Huawei’s first smartphone with a FullView display. You might consider it as a prelude to their next flagship and it was also initially rumoured as the Mate 10 lite.
What makes the nova 2i even interesting is its asking price of just RM1,299 in Malaysia. That’s RM200 cheaper than its closest rival that was also launched today.