Remember the rumours about HTC being bought over by Google? With this new piece of information, it looks like those rumours are shaping up to be true as the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has just issued a release that HTC would be halting the trading of their shares starting the 21st of September 2017 pending the “release of material information”.
In other words, it looks like a big change is about to take place in the company.
Yesterday evening, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) had blocked Steam’s website access on our local service providers. After complying with the Malaysian authority’s request to remove the controversial game, the MCMC has finally lifted the ban this morning and Malaysians should be able to access the software distribution platform by now.
After Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) blocked access to Steam’s website, it appears that the software platform has finally complied with the commission’s request to make the controversial “Fight of Gods” game unavailable for Steam users in Malaysia.
UPDATE: Malaysia’s Communication and Multimedia Minister, Datuk Seri Salleh Said Keruak has confirmed that Steam was blocked after failing to comply with the government’s 24-hour ultimatum.
UPDATE 2: Steam has removed the controversial game for Malaysian users.
UPDATE 3: Malaysia lifts blockade on Steam. TM UniFi users should be able to access and it might take longer for mobile broadband users.
Steam, the popular software distribution platform has been blocked Malaysia. You can no longer access their front page through our local ISP but if you already have the app installed you can still download games at the time of writing.
It looks like the recent typhoons around Hong Kong have caused some serious damage to several undersea cables. These submarine cables (ASE, AAG, TGA-IA, SMW3) connect South East Asia to the United States. This is not the first time we have a submarine cable fault in our region but this time it isn’t as bad as before.
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UPDATE: Samsung Malaysia has revealed the full details of the Galaxy Note8 pre-order! Click here to learn more.
Have you been pulling your hair out trying to figure out how much the Samsung Galaxy Note8 will retail for here in Malaysia? Is your head aching from all the pondering you’ve been doing over its official price? Well, ponder no longer because it appears we have the number.
Also, it looks like we’re getting some serious goodies for the pre-order promotion.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is an expensive device. But, as the saying goes, if you can do something, someone else could probably do it better. And as far as pricing for the top-of-the-line smartphones is concerned, it looks like Apple is once again going to one up Samsung for their upcoming iPhone 8.
You may have heard of Huawei‘s latest teaser where they posted an image with the hashtag #OOOO right in the center. We speculated about what that could mean but today, today we found out something even more interesting.
All caught up on the Samsung Galaxy Note8 launch? No? Well, check out our announcement post, our hands-on and the 8 big new features on the Galaxy Note8. Now that you’re all caught up, here’s how you can be one of the first in the country to get your hands on Samsung’s new flagship right here in Malaysia.
They call us the Selfie Generation and I’d love to say no, but everywhere I look, all I see are people taking selfies. So I guess it’s not that surprising that smartphone manufacturers these days are doing everything they can to capitalise on this psychological need that has ingrained itself into this generation’s mind.
OK, maybe psychological need was a little melodramatic, but the fact remains that companies like vivo are launching way more selfie-centric devices than probably anyone saw coming…and people are buying them by the bucketload. In any case, if you’ve ever been someone who wants to get their hands on one of vivo’s ‘Perfect Selfie’ V5s and V5 Plus handsets, this may be the best way to do so.