Touch ‘n Go’s radio-frequency identification (RFID) system has received a lot of mixed reactions so far. It’s never easy to completely revamp a system that a lot of people have been using, especially if it meant throwing out everything they already invested in to make a fresh switch.
But while it’s easy to be blinded by this, and internet rage, the thing I was more curious about was the technology. Does it work? Is it better than SmartTAG? Is this really our future? After testing it out, here’s what I think.
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After making fun of Apple’s throttling issue on older iPhone models, Samsung is back with another round of ads that poke fun at the iPhone X. The four-part series covers the lack of a headphone jack, lower camera ranking on DxOMark Mobile, fast charging and LTE speeds.
When OPPO launched their brand new flagship smartphone, the OPPO Find X, I was stunned. Of all the phones that were launched in 2018 thus far, I can’t believe that the handset I was most excited about was a smartphone from OPPO. The same company that has built a name for themselves selling overpriced selfie centric smartphones.
The OPPO Find X was different. I thought it was easily the most innovative move in smartphone design this year. However, as is always the case, whenever there are people trying something new, there will always be doubters. People who say it won’t work. People who say it can’t work.
ASUS’ brand new ZenBook Pro comes with one of the most interesting features I’ve seen on a traditional laptop in a long time. Sure, the device comes with excellent specs, a great build and a very nice screen, but the first thing that jumps out to anyone who looks at it is the 5.5-inch screen living where you would usually find a trackpad.
What is it? Is it any good? Is it better than TouchBar? Well, this is everything we currently know about ScreenPad.
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to not get sick from weird food, we go festive. In the spirit of Chinese New Year, we’re trying out Pizza Hut’s take on the wildly popular CNY dish, Yee Sang.
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Awhile back, In N Out came to Malaysia to set up a one-day-only pop-up shop where they sold their coveted burgers. As usual, when there’s something new, Malaysians flocked to the store and started lining up. The question is: Why?
We try and find out.
Much like soya bean milk and cincau, nasi lemak and ice cream are a food combination that you don’t expect to work. One’s spicy, one’s cold. One’s savoury, while the other is sweet. It’s ridiculous, so ridiculous that nobody should even have tried it.
Yet here we have Marrybrown’s Nasi Lemak Ice Cream. It’s a concoction that raises your eyebrow. It’s one that isn’t for the faint of heart. If you’ve been afraid to give this novelty item a try but have always been curious about what it tastes like, you’re in the right place because we’re your guinea pigs.