Malaysians really love their mobile internet and our data consumption is set to increase exponentially in the coming years. According to Maxis’ Q2 2017 report, average data usage on their network has almost doubled from 3.7GB/month to 7.0GB/month year-on-year. In addition, Ericsson predicts that mobile data traffic will increase by 11X for South East Asia and Oceania by 2022.
While our telcos are continuously upgrading their network, there’s one major problem that would hinder our demand for more data and it’s up in the air. Based on UTM’s report on our mobile broadband development, Malaysia needs more spectrum in order to fulfil the growing need for mobile data. If Malaysia doesn’t take appropriate action, the quality of our mobile internet would deteriorate.
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Since Fitbit absorbed Pebble like an intergalactic space creature would a taco sandwich, all eyes have been trained on the fitness wearable company to see what they’re going to do with their new acquisition. Rumours have hinted at a smartwatch and this latest set of leaks appear to confirm that fact.
This is what the upcoming Fitbit smartwatch will look like.
If you’ve been following our Facebook page, you may have caught a post about the interesting invite we received to check out ASUS‘ brand new line of smartphones, the ASUS ZenFone 4. Well, it looks like we’re all getting a little sneak peak before the official launch because three of ASUS’ upcoming devices have just been leaked in full.
Here are the details.
Almost everyone is having a price cut and Sony Mobile is no exception. The Sony Xperia XZ and XZs flagships are now more affordable with price reductions as much as RM500 off.