The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was just announced today and it continues to cement its position as the king of phablets. So what’s new with the Note7? Is it just an S7 edge with an S-Pen? How does the Iris Scanner work?
We managed to get a closer look at the device and we hope to answer those questions right after the break.
In a world polluted by violence, crime and a neverending need for broody superhero movies, there is one smartphone that is here to save us all. It’s powerful, stealthy and, most importantly, comes in black.
Apple has the ability to make some seriously good advertisements. One of their more successful campaigns has been the “Shot on iPhone” series where they print billboard sized images that were captured on an iPhone.
Recently, they extended the Shot on iPhone series by selecting the best videos shot on an iPhone from millions of users around the world. And one of them was shot by a Malaysian right here in our backyard.
Check the video out after the break!
MORE POWERRRR! That’s pretty much the gist when it comes to gaming rigs and among the slew of devices launched at Computex 2016 sits the world’s most powerful gaming laptop: The water-cooled ASUS ROG GX800.
We poke it with a stick.
So 2-in-1s are pretty common these days where tablets can become laptops and vice versa. Lenovo, on the other hand, has a very different idea when it comes to 2-in-1s as their YOGA Tab 3 Pro combines a standard tablet…with a pico projector.
Back in February during the Mobile World Congress 2016, we got to check out one of the more interesting smartphones to come out of Motorola/Lenovo — the Moto X Force. Motorola says that their smartphone is virtually shatterproof. We put that premise to the test.
Check out our hands-on video after the break!
ASUS made waves with their new ZenFone 3 line. The new devices are powerful, sleek and pretty stylish as well. It also marks ASUS’s departure from the ZenFone 2’s plastic construction which will undoubtedly delight many.
We got a quick look at these fantastic new devices at Computex 2016. Check out our hands-on video after the break!
Will it blend? That’s the question. You’ve probably seen dozens of videos starring Tom Dickson and his mighty Blendtec machines. While they are cool to watch, you probably have a suspicion that it’s edited for entertainment sake.
TechRax has gotten a Galaxy S7 edge and they have blended one for real with a Blendtec. Will they blend it as well as Tom Dickson? Watch the video after the break.
YouTubing has to be one of the most hyped professions to have hit the modern age, with so many people trying to get a slice of the video-sharing website’s one billion and up monthly audience. Even children have switched ambitions from wanting to be chefs or doctors to becoming famous ‘YouTubers’. Yes, apparently it’s a noun now.
Well, if your ambition was to be Malaysia’s very own PewDiePie or follow in the footsteps of the boys at Wong Fu Productions, there’s good news. The Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has roped in international search engine and verb, Google, to empower local content creators on the web.
Have you ever wondered what is like for someone to lend their voice to a program that people hear every day? Our technology still hasn’t really gotten to a level where you can perfectly simulate someone’s voice so people like Susan Bennett, the lady behind the voice of Siri, gives life to advertisements and that personal assistant we know and love.
This slightly satirical video by Vox gives us a glimpse on what its like to be a voice actor and how they can use their voice to influence you on a day to day basis.
Video after the break.