Promised to help you integrate healthier habits and a fitness focused lifestyle, it aims to rival other heart-rate monitor (HRM) equip wearables like Fitbit, Garmin, Polar and Jawbone. Habitual behaviour can either make you fit as an ox with a diet to boot, or drown you to becoming a sluggish sloth but how does Sony’s sequal match up?
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As it is, the Chinese smartphone maker has one thing in common with iOS; lacking an app drawing as one example. Maybe that was why the company has just hired a former Apple director. A steady rise of the hardware quality has already begun, crafting devices like the Ascend Mate 7, the P8 and of late the Mate S and co-creation of the Nexus 6P. This news naturally means that EMUI should get some much needed refinement and rid themselves of gimmicky features like Knuckle Sense.
The cost of broadband has always been a hot topic among Malaysians. Even with TM’s new Unifi plans that offer faster speeds for less, many had frown upon the removal of its cheaper 5Mbps option at RM149/month.
For those with the need for speed, it can get ridiculously expensive. Maxis offers 100Mbps broadband for a colossal RM398/month. Alternatively, TIME is also offering 100Mbps at a cheaper RM179/month but it comes with a 100GB cap.
Is there a way for Malaysians to get faster speeds at lower prices? A Singaporean broadband company wants to make it possible when it comes to Malaysia.
Hardly a week has passed since OPPO made a global announcement of adding another smartphone to its entry-level segment and today, their Malaysian headquarters has released that the Neo 7 will be available from November the 3rd.