The recent discovery of a data breach indicates that tens of millions of email accounts from three of the largest email service providers — Gmail, Microsoft and Yahoo — have been compromised by a Russian hacker.
Last year was a rough time for Qualcomm as it faced criticisms over its top of the line Snapdragon 810 processor. The newer Snapdragon 820 processor aims to turn things around while bringing its performance up to the mark.
At CES 2016, Qualcomm had announced China’s LeTV Le Max Pro as the first smartphone to use their SoC. Apart from having top end performance, the Le Max Pro is also the first device to feature Qualcomm’s Sense ID and the first to support multi-gigabit 802.11ad WiFi, which is also known as WiGig.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is hitting the big screen on 17th December. In conjunction with its upcoming release, Maxis is giving away Sphero’s BB-8 Droids through its Online Store. The BB-8 Droid is highly sought after and they are going for RM799 locally.
If you’re looking to secure yourself a Star Wars Battlefront PS4 Bundle, look no further. TM has started accepting pre-orders for the Limited Edition console and it is exclusive to new and existing UniFi ADVANCE Plan subscribers.
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For something that’s called the HTC One, there sure are many more than just one device. Now, with the newly announced One M9s, there is another One on the market designed to make purchases for the everyman smartphone buyer all the more difficult.
U Mobile will be joining the iPhone 6s fever starting tomorrow (15th October) evening, moments ahead of its official launch. Apart from being among the first to own the latest iDevice, U Mobile has a special surprise for those waiting in line.
If you’re getting an iPhone 6s outright without contract, SenQ wants to make the switch easier. They have just announced a trade-up program where you can trade-in your existing iPhone to get as much as RM900 off on your next device.
Ahead of its OnePlus 2 launch that’s going be held in Virtual Reality, the OnePlus team just had an interesting AMAA (Ask me Almost Anything) session on reddit. A couple of interesting things have been mentioned while there was a let down specifically on their fingerprint feature.
When asked about its screen size, OnePlus had responded with a picture above where a OnePlus One unit is stacked over its upcoming OnePlus 2. Without going to specifics, either OnePlus has managed to trim its bezels or they could be opting for a slightly smaller screen size that would pack higher pixel density. What’s clear is that the 2 will be smaller, making it easier to hold than its current model that’s loosely based on the OPPO Find 7.
Not too long back SanDisk unleashed a tiny yet enormous 200GB microSD card designed to tackle our ever increasing need for storage space.
Then came along the Microdia Xtra Elite microSD card that packs more than double of that, bearing the largest amount of microSD storage to date at whopping 512GB in its teeny frame. The SDXC format allows for cards of up to 2 TB in volume but this is still the biggest we’ve seen so far.
Rumours about a 12.9 inch iPad have been around for months, though Apple has never confirmed plans for such a tablet, though it could potentially boost iPad sales which have been on a downward trend. The new iPad is expected to be sporting newer hardware and performance oriented improvements like improved multi-tasking to name a few.
The larger iPad is part of Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook’s effort to bring some new life to the iPad line, which he feels sales is being affected by competition from larger iPhones which had delivered record profit last quarter.
If Apple sticks to it’s established cycle of announcing new iPad hardware there is a chance the tablet could make an official appearance sometime in October or the weeks to follow, assuming Apple can nix the supply issue.