If you want something in everyone’s hands, the best and sometimes only way to do it is to make it affordable. Unless you’re Apple, of course. And to realise Facebook CEO and Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of getting one billion people in VR, Oculus has done just that with their brand new standalone headset, the Oculus Go.
Oh, my goodness. What a time to be alive. What a time to be alive and a hipster that’s into photography but is just too lazy to pick up proper film photography. If you tick both of those checkboxes, Yashica’s got a new camera for you and it is called the Y35. To sum it up, it’s basically a camera that combines the convenience of digital with some of the inconveniences of shooting film. Let me explain.
Some things don’t go together. Fire and water. Snails and salt. A tablespoon of cinnamon powder and the inside of your mouth. Nasi Lemak and chopsticks.
Or do they? When Pappa Rich Australia published the interesting depicting people eating Nasi Lemak with chopsticks, it got us thinking: How hard could it be?
Several modern cars have wireless charging built-in which makes it extra convenient to charge your smartphone without those messy cables. Since some hybrid cars need a juice up every now and then, BMW has introduced its own wireless charging pad that’s not for your phone, but it’s for the car.
My problem with external storage devices is that I’m always worried that I’ll break them. Since I chuck them into backpacks and carry them around with me a lot, the chances of me dropping one are a lot higher than a hard disk that’s mounted in a desktop PC for example.
So, while I love the idea of being able to carry all my stuff around with me, I am not a fan of having breaking that hard disk and losing all my data.
And this is where Western Digital’s My Passport external SSDs come into play. They come packed with one of my favourite features ever — shock resistance. Fingers of butter, meet your match.
UPDATE: UberEATS has gone live in Kuala Lumpur.
First, they provided rides on demand. Next, Uber is going to deliver food straight to your doorstep right here in Malaysia. Get ready folks, it looks like UberEATS is launching very soon in the Klang Valley.
TVs aren’t the most exciting things in the world. They get bigger, crisper and probably a little slimmer but at the end of the day it’s a television and I haven’t seen anything super groundbreaking with TV design in a long time.
Until now. Today, I got to see with my own two eyes what I think is the most stunning television in the world right now. It’s called the LG Signature OLED TV W7, though most of you probably know it as the Wallpaper TV. And let me tell you, it looks more amazing in real life than in any photo or video.
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Have you ever looked at the TV that’s hanging on your wall, or standing on your cabinet, or even the one chilling on the floor, and wondered: “Gee, if only it could also double as a painting.”
No? Me neither. But Samsung has, and this is their latest concoction in the television space. It’s called The Frame TV and yes, although that’s a very peculiar name, there is a reason for that.
Have you ever felt that brushing your teeth is the most troublesome thing ever? Who has time to stand in front of a mirror over a sink and just brush and brush and brush and brush? With how far technology has advanced, surely someone would have come up with a better way to carry out this menial task by now.
Well, as it turns out, yes, yes they have. This is the Amabrush and it’s every lazy person’s dream toothbrush.