Wiko is still pretty new in Malaysia but they are definitely not new when it comes to smartphones. For those looking for affordable smartphone alternative, they have just introduced the Wiko Robby, which aims to shake up the budget phablet segment.
If you’ve got less than RM500 to spend, read on for the top 5 reasons why you should get the Wiko Robby.
U Mobile is officially the first telco in Malaysia to roll out WiFi Calling — the service that lets you make phone calls even when you have no signal bars.
Heads up Hello Kitty fans, here’s a new themed tablet starring your favourite cute cat and it’s now available locally.
Drones tend to be incredibly costly and as a result are mostly for serious hobbyists or the more wealthy among us. If you wanted to pick up a solid drone that can shoot 4K you will have to be prepared to pony up.
So, if we want more accessible drones, who could we possibly turn to who has a track record for producing some seriously awesome products at incredibly affordable prices? Yep, Xiaomi, and the great news is that they’re doing drones now.
We see if two is better than one! We make phone calls without a signal! And, we try to read some text off a wall!
Lots of rumours have been making the rounds for the OnePlus 3 today, and not only is there a fresh rumour about the launch date, its full specs have now been revealed.
So the OPPO F1 Plus‘ fingerprint scanner is pretty darn quick, one of the quickest out there in fact. But, being faster than another smartphone isn’t enough for OPPO, apparently. Instead, they put their new F1 Plus fingerprint technology up against something a little quicker…
In the face of modern smart watches, Pebble is making a comeback with its new wearables for 2016. Sticking to its core of making simple, functional and long lasting smartwatches, they have just introduced its new Pebble 2 and Time 2. These are the successors of the original Pebble smartwatch and their current Pebble Time.
In addition, they have also announced the Pebble Core, which is a tiny keychain device that does a lot more than just activity tracking.
In partnership with Barcelona FC, Oppo has a new pair of Oppo F1 Plus devices themed after the football club.
That’s right, Google wants to get rid of traditional password protection completely on Android. How you ask? with something called Trust API.