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PETRONAS is the first oil and gas company in Malaysia to support Samsung Pay at more than 1,000 stations nationwide. It offers greater cashless convenience as you can shop and pay for fuel with only your smartphone.
To celebrate the occasion, PETRONAS is giving away several prizes including a brand new Samsung Galaxy S8 (worth RM3,299) every week until 3 September 2017. It’s super easy to be in the running.
We recently received a tip that Maxis will throttle peer-to-peer traffic on their Home Broadband Plans between 8PM to 2AM daily. To confirm this, we contacted Maxis and we’re told that this wasn’t the case as all customers should be able to enjoy full speeds throughout the day.
After seeing the stunning piece of art that is LG’s Signature W7 4K OLED TV, I didn’t think I’d be impressed by another TV anytime soon. Today, though, I spent some time with Sony‘s new flagship Bravia A1 HDR OLED TV and let’s just say I stopped and stared.
Huzzah! TM has announced a partnership with what is perhaps the most popular internet streaming service in the world: Netflix.
Looking for a phone that is seriously tough? The Caterpillar S60 is a rugged smartphone that’s designed to survive hard drops, water submersion and it even has “Predator” vision. It first announced during MWC 2016 and you can finally order one here in Malaysia.
Xiaomi will be launching a new dual-camera smartphone in India very soon and there’s a big chance that this could be the international variant of the Mi 5X. To refresh your memory, the Mi 5X is Xiaomi’s mid-range device that comes with a similar dual-camera setup as the Mi 6.
It appears Disney wants its own slice of the online streaming pie because the company just announced that they will be pulling their extensive catalogue of movies from Netflix in a bid to start their own streaming service. Yeap, that means you’ll soon have to pay ANOTHER subscription just to watch Disney movies.