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Over the past year, we have been bombarded with a bevy of smartwatches, from small to big to even bigger. It seems that we’re spoilt for choice because there is a smartwatch for almost all your needs.
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Want a big screen experience from a tablet? Samsung Malaysia is bringing its ginormous Galaxy View that comes with a huge 18.4″ Full HD touch screen display. Refused to be acknowleged as TV or a tablet, it is seen as a new entertainment hub that sits on top of your desk instead of your lap.
UPDATE: The Redmi 3 will also feature a 4100 mAh battery.
A while back we highlighted an interesting entry into the Chinese certification authority, TENAA, which looked like a metal bodied Redmi 3. Now, on Xiaomi’s official Weibo account, the company released an image confirming our suspicions.
What’s more, they’ve also included a release date!
Not too long after its teaser went public, the OPPO F1 has finally appeared ahead of its launch. According to OPPO, this is their new mid-range device that focuses on producing premium-quality images.
As mentioned earlier, it looks like another OPPO R series that’s touched up with rounded edges along the sides. Now we finally have a clearer look thanks to a Vietnamese tech site that managed to get a proper hands-on.
For most manufacturers it takes a couple of tries before making a product that flies off the shelves. Razer hopes their second time’s a charm, releasing their second wearable: the Nabu Watch. And ironically the gaming brand chose a fitness-focused smartwatch, a gamble we never expected.
Netflix has finally gone global and Malaysians are now able to enjoy unlimited TV shows on demand. In the past, Netflix is only accessible at selected countries and the only way to get it here is by using a VPN.
With our very own Malaysian based iflix around, should you bother with Netflix? Read on to find out more.
We love being cable free, our earphones, our chargers and other peripherals have all gone wireless in the past few years but Ossia has just revealed its freakishly cool wireless charging system that lets you charge a device in mid-air – making wireless Qi chargers look lazy and obsolete.
But it’ll only be available for four months. Huh?
The Taiwanese company isn’t nuts (at least not this time), what they intend to do is release the (second) developer version first. Bridging the gap in the form of this in-between period, the Pre will be prototype Alpha aka the final stage before hitting consumers.
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Netflix, the popular online TV service is now officially available in Malaysia and in over 130 countries. As announced at CES, Netflix is virtually everywhere except for China, Crimea, North Korea and Syria. Now you can enjoy binge watching TV shows from the US with having to use a VPN.