Samsung (soon-to-be) biggest mobile device was teased in New York when they had their Unpacked event and has caught everyone wondering what this humongous tablet has to offer. Looking at the images so far we can tell you that it isn’t a sore to look at, proving that Samsung isn’t taking design for granted even if the Galaxy View is touted to carry mid-range specs.
UPDATE: Pre-order page emerges again. Initial price revised.
No glitz and no glamour for the BlackBerry PRIV or maybe someone accidentally let the cat out of the bag too early. We’re not too sure since the manufacturer made their pre-order site live for awhile before removing the page. Well at least we know 3 things; the price, when it’ll ship and its internals – whoops.
YouTube is a primary source of entertainment for almost everyone these days. Following the footsteps of music subscription services, Google has announced YouTube Red – A premium experience which takes your video viewing experience to a whole new level.
Available only in the US for US$9.99 (about RM42.70) a month, you get ad-free playback across any device that you’ve signed in. This is good news for those wanting to watch videos back to back without the interruption of pre-roll ads.
Circa 1980s brought household film duos like the Blues Brothers, Chris and Gordie (Stand By Me), Wallace and Gromit and notably Doc and Marty McFly. The latter re-imagined how we saw the future and how to appreciate the present but also gave us a look at what power-lacing shoes would look like, party thanks to Nike. Providing a non-powered replica; the first Air Mag in 2011 for charity, Nike filled a US Patent on the 8th of July 2014 to create the actual thing and now we have it or at least Michael J. Fox does.
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We’ve all known that Huawei would tie up with Google since earlier this year and that’s probably catapulted the brand’s name worldwide; since their moniker is more widely known in Asia than Western markets. Associated mainly with affordability and decent specs, they’ve steadily moved towards manufacturing premium handsets – seen on the Ascend Mate 7 and P8. Ahead of the official launch scheduled next week, Lowyat.NET has gotten an insight at how much and which model we’ll be getting. So what makes the Huawei Mate S worth RM 2,698 (w/ GST)?
If you’ve gotten an iPhone 6s, one of the newest feature is Live Photos. It basically takes a moving picture which include seconds before and after a shot is being taken. Problem is, most of the time it capture moments of you lowering your iPhone which is natural for anyone to do when taking a normal picture.
This minor annoyance has been fixed with the new iOS 9.1 which is rolling out now to current iOS 9 devices. From the changelog, the updated Live Photos should intelligently detect when the iPhone is being lifted or lowered, so it knows when to start/stop recording at the right time. It also brings a fresh batch of 150 Emojis for all your social and messaging needs.