If you’re young and looking for a fresh perspective in your future career, this is one event you won’t want to miss. [email protected] is back again for its sixth year running and it is happening next Saturday, 12th December. With 1,200 attendees expected, this is one of the largest TEDxYouth event to be held in Asia.
Honed your skills of the perfect pitch by watching Shark Tank? Practiced in front of the mirror after seeing the Apprentice? Make it count by getting in an Uber on the 4th of December and bounce ideas with 24 people who’ve made it in their respective industries.
Apart from making affordable smart phones and power banks, Xiaomi is also known for its cheap and good in-ear headphones. Its recently introduced Piston V3 in-ear headphones is pretty decent for a mere RM69 and if you’re looking for on-ear headphones, the more premium Mi Headphone is currently going for RM369.
Now a newer Mi In-Ear headphones Pro version is coming and you can stand a chance to own one in Malaysia this coming weekend.
Luxury meets privacy in the form of a 24K gold-plated BlackBerry Priv by Vietnamese folks, Karalux. From skin makers like dbrand and Slickwraps, to pimped out editions with diamonds and just overall expensive devices from brands like Vertu; seems a powerful smartphone isn’t enough anymore for the rich. Those with a large net-worth need a little more from their smartphones and Priv owners can now join the upper class – as if adding gold to your smartphone elevates your status.
Huawei made a doozy after accidentally posting the pricing details of the Nexus 6P, on our local vmall website. Now invitations have gone out setting the date for the Google x Huawei collaborative device and by the looks of it, some gift boxes might include them just in time for Christmas.
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Acer today launched their new line of Liquid Z smartphones, which starts at the entry level Z330, to the mid-range Z530 and topping it off is the Z630. These three devices were announced during IFA in September and today they have finally arrived on our shores.
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Malaysian telcos (well, at least two of them) are obsessed with claiming the widest coverage for 4G LTE. When it comes to actual usage, speed is probably more important in our current connected age.
So who is the fastest? A popular internet speed testing tool has just named Malaysia’s fastest mobile network and the winner might surprise you.
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It takes a lot to remove a word from your smartphone model’s identity; evolving the Sony Xperia M series meant dropping the “Aqua” name on the Xperia M5 Dual. It’s going to take a lot more than product placement in a Bond film to revive the Japanese giant, or at least their mobile division, if they want to continue the Xperia brand.
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OPPO Malaysia has been a vanguard against the production of counterfeit mobile devices, publicly declaring that the production of fake OPPO smartphones was rampant as well as issuing official certificates to their authorised retailers.
Spending all your hard earned money on a fake device has to be one of the most heartbreaking things ever, so OPPO Malaysia teamed up with the Ministry of Domestic Trade Co-operatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) to crack down on these counterfeit bandits.
The mobile industry is a booming one, with more and more industry players want to get a slice of it, be it manufacturers or telco providers. Set to be the latest horse to enter the race, TM is setting its sights on a 2016 entry into the mobile telco industry in Malaysia. This will complicate things, to say the least, for the existing four players – Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile.