The Nokia 8 has finally arrived in Malaysia and it is the first flagship Android smartphone under HMD Global. Not only it packs great specs, it also gets dual cameras with ZEISS Optics, a stock Android experience, and an impressive price tag of RM2,299. It undercuts a lot of flagship phones that are priced higher in Malaysia.
Is this the new Nokia smartphone you’ve been waiting for? Find out more in our first impressions.
Lazada Malaysia is launching a brand new “social commerce channel” and it’s called Lazada TV. And from what they’ve said, it does look like Lazada’s trying to bring teleshopping to the internet.
What’s better than awesome on-demand streaming content? On-demand streaming content in HD. If you’re a fan of iflix, you will be happy to know that the company is rolling out HD streaming.
Canon hasn’t had the best time competing in the mirrorless segment of the camera market. Their previous EOS M devices have all felt a little lackluster, most commonly plagued with autofocus problems. However, at Photokina this year, the company launched their best mirrorless camera yet — the EOS M5.
Now, Canon is officially launching this “mirrorless EOS 80D” here in Malaysia and you can pick one up for yourself at the end of December.
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!
You might scare him a little, but according to Maxis‘ new video, you can.
Many job advertisements emphasise the fact that they’re looking for creative people, yet quite often, their adverts don’t correctly reflect that aspect of the company.
Well, Maxis decided to take a stab at a job advertisement with a short clip which they hope will accurately reflect their company and its values.
Have you sat through many financial reports lately? Me neither. As a consumer, I couldn’t be bothered about how well a company did in the last quarter, only that I can keep receiving the excellent service I chose. Numbers were never my thing — which explains my profession — so when people start droning on about how much they grew over the last quarter…I fall asleep.
Imagine my surprise then when I sat through an entire financial report without dozing off once. All two and a half minutes of it!
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.
Smart watches are awesome, frankly they are. But for all they can do, most of them cannot play video for obvious reasons. Now you can watch YouTube videos on yourAndroid Wear device, if you couldn’t figure out any other way to drain its battery faster.
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.