If you’re interested in the OnePlus 5T but looking for something extra special, the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition coming to Malaysia very soon. Not only it comes in a different paint job, but you also get an exclusive box and case.
If you love limited edition movie tie-in smartphones, OnePlus will be releasing a Star Wars limited edition of its OnePlus 5T. A few days ago, OnePlus had announced a special edition Lava Red edition that’s exclusive to China to celebrate their 4th anniversary. Now here’s a limited edition device that’s likely to be available only for the India market.
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.
Now, you may have heard that, starting next year, coding will be part of the national school syllabus. Reception has been mixed, with many asking questions like “what will they be coding on?” and “who is going to pay for the computers?” as well as my favourite, “who’s going to teach these kids to code?”.
It’s amazing how we’ve been independent for nearly sixty years, yet we still have so much British pessimism in us.
Going through life alone is never ideal and you’re most likely to enjoy it better when surrounded by friends. LG knows this and wants to metaphorically do the same for its flagship smartphone. Google tried and are still toying around with modular parts through their Project Ara program and there’s even a smartphone case that lets you do the same.
LG believes that we’re still yet to reach “peak smartphone” and whilst moving forward, modules and add-on peripherals are the paths to take. The idea is exciting and being the first to take it on is a big deal but if others follow suit and do better, trouble might loom.
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Our love of robots has best been displayed throughout the films and TV shows that have captured our hearts. Be it scary or adorable, we’ve come to know that they play an integral role despite not actually “being” human.
Across our screens, we’ve seen lovable and iconic characters like WALL-E, Iron Giant, C-3PO, R2-D2 and most recently, BB-8. Though advancements in technology as finally gifted us our own personal droid; hats off to Sphero, they made miniature BB-8s real.
But as of today, the makers have just shown off a prototype wearable at CES 2016 that takes it a step further, allowing you to control your BB-8 with the Force!
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“Use the Force Luke!”.
Let’s face it, we’ve all wanted to be Jedi knights at some point in our lives but try as we might, there was no moving that cardboard box with our minds. Well, Google has the next best thing. Ahead of the official Malaysian premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Google has thrown together an interesting new Chrome web browser experience that lets you wield a lightsaber to fend off First Order Stormtroopers.
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is hitting the big screen on 17th December. In conjunction with its upcoming release, Maxis is giving away Sphero’s BB-8 Droids through its Online Store. The BB-8 Droid is highly sought after and they are going for RM799 locally.