Many, including Samsung themselves, have scratched their heads to try and figure out why the — frankly awesome — Galaxy Note 7 smartphone wouldn’t stop “exploding“. So far, the best we’ve got was that there was going to be a new investigation into this issue and that the results could be announced “by the end of this year“.
However, it looks like someone might have beaten the investigators to the punch as Instrumental technology reveals what could be the most reasonable explanation to the Note7’s fires.
When Apple introduced its iPhone 7, many had frown upon the lack of a headphone jack. Now it looks like Samsung’s next flagship will be following the same step by ditching the headphone jack as well.
The once dominant BlackBerry is no longer the same today. With devices like the DTEK50 and DTEK60, BlackBerry will be relying on partners to manufacture its newer models. Before it all comes to an end, BlackBerry is said to be releasing one more device which will come with a QWERTY keyboard.
Looking to make after-school education more accessible to the rural and urban poor, Maxis launches their “flagship” Corporate Responsibility program eKelas. This programme is designed to improve academic performance of students in the rural and urban poor communities in three core subjects.
Remember that big event we were all looking forward to this Thursday (well, Friday for Malaysians) where Apple was going to reveal all the cool things they’ve done to the new MacBook Pro? Well, it looks like Cupertino made a boo-boo and revealed two hidden images of its upcoming MacBook Pro in macOS Sierra’s 12.1 update.
UPDATE: The Moto Z is launching in Malaysia on 31 October 2016.
To me, the Moto Z is easily one of the most exciting smartphones I’ve seen in awhile. It was Moto’s take on the “modular” smartphone concept and it is the best implementation of this idea I’ve seen yet. So, imagine my excitement when Moto Malaysia published this little ad on their Facebook page.
Tomorrow at 2pm Malaysian time, Xiaomi is set to unveil the successor to their large phablet flagship Mi Note — the Mi Note 2. While that’s pretty exciting news, we thought we’d take a look at all of the leaked specifications thus far and collect them all in one post so you know what you’re getting excited for.
Easily one of the most exciting parts of the 2017 Budget announcement, at least as far as technology is concerned, was the part about how fixed-line broadband services like UniFi, Streamyx, Maxis Fibre and Time Broadband would be offering higher connectivity speeds for a lower price.
The announcement last Friday itself was rather vague, without the nitty gritty details on how this would all play out, so a lot was left to speculation. Now, however, TM has just given us a sneak peak into their master plan on how they’re going to put the initiatives set out in the 2017 Budget, in motion.
The 2017 Budget was just revealed by the Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and it contained quite a lot of interesting allocations. But what about tech? Well, here’s what you need to know.
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