By Alexander Wong | 19 Comments
By Alexander Wong | 10 Comments
The 2018 World Cup is now down to the final 16 teams and it’s time for the knockout stage. If you’re wondering where and when the matches will be shown live in Malaysian time, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the latest schedule and a recap of the best ways to watch the matches live on your smartphone and TV.
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The 2018 World Cup in Russia is happening right now. If you’re looking for the best way to watch live matches on your smartphone and TV in Malaysia, we have compiled our top tips and tricks to get the best experience. Whether it is RTM or Astro, here’s everything you need to know.
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Maxis is the lead broadcast sponsor for RTM’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Out of the 41 matches available, 28 matches will be shown live while 13 will be delayed.
Apart from supporting the live telecast on free-to-air channels, Maxis is also enabling its subscribers to catch the biggest sporting event live anytime and anywhere on their mobile device. They have partnered with Astro to offer special World Cup Passes with free data.
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.
What’s better than awesome on-demand streaming content? On-demand streaming content in HD. If you’re a fan of iflix, you will be happy to know that the company is rolling out HD streaming.
Basically what the app allows you to do is it lets you watch and record live broadcasts straight from your smartphone and it looks like it will be a game changer when it comes to how we share live broadcasts.
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Spotify is no longer just a music streaming service. In an event in New York, the company has unveiled a new version of Spotify that will offer new media content like videos, news and podcasts. That’s not all, the new Spotify will serve tailored playlists that will take into account what your music listening history as well as the activity that you’re doing at a point in time.
When it comes to music streaming services, Spotify is probably one of the best there is. The service lists over 20 million tracks and is available in 55 markets including Malaysia, and now Spotify is available for free on mobile and tablets. But there’s a catch.
On mobile devices you are able to pick an artist or playlist and hear a stream of shuffled tracks, you can’t however pick a single song to play or play songs in the order that you’d like. And you will have to listen to ads between a few tracks.
On tablets, Spotify’s new free service offers a user experience that’s almost similar to what you’d get on your desktop meaning you can pick any song or album and listen to it on demand, with ads.
You’ve read the live blogs last night, you’ve read our opinion piece on the iOS 5, now watch the keynote in full and relive the moment as Steve Jobs and his team unveil the OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud for the first time. Click the link below to stream the full-length keynote, all 117 minutes of it.
We’re still still bummed that there’s no mention of a new iPhone though.
Ok before all the P1 haters out there take out their pitchforks, we’re making it clear, we have no conclusive evidence but based on our own use of the service and from feedback we’ve been getting from other P1 users, the YouTube streaming has been choppy of late.
Everyone knows that with P1, when it’s good, its really good but when it’s crap, you can’t do jack online. But we can’t help but notice that we’re getting consistently slow streaming on YouTube when on the P1 network. It’s been happening almost all the time in the past couple of weeks.
We noticed that we had no problems whatsoever surfing almost every other sites and even downloading torrents is as smooth as butter. So is P1 throttling down YouTube streaming? It doesn’t make sense for them to, if they want to curb data hoggers and network abusers, then they should go straight for the throat and clamp down on torrent downloading.
But so far, it has been the other way around, we’ve been getting good download speeds but very bad streaming on YouTube. Anyone else going through the same thing? Comment us.