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  • 'Worms' is making a comeback but as a new battle royale game

    'Worms' is making a comeback but as a new battle royale game

    Oh snap, Worms is coming back? You bet but unfortunately not on most gaming platforms or the way you think the game is. According to the newly released trailer, this classic game will be revamped as a battle royale game (Worms Rumble) and it will be exclusive on the Sony PlayStation 4.

  • Summer Game Fest and EA Play are the next to be postponed

    Summer Game Fest and EA Play are the next to be postponed

    The unrest currently happening in the USA isn't something that people can just brush off and it has caused many online events and conferences to be cancelled. Just earlier this week, we saw Sony postpone its highly anticipated PlayStation 5 event. Now, EA Play Live and Summer Game Fest 2020 are confirmed to be delayed.

  • Penang state and hair salon operators in Kuching say no to haircut services during MCO

    Penang state and hair salon operators in Kuching say no to haircut services during MCO

    Unless you haven't been paying attention at all, you should already know about the movement control order (MCO) being extended to 28 April 2020. Since another two weeks of closure could severely impact several industries, the government has allowed certain sectors to operate at this time. Strangely, haircut services were allowed, though it seems some people aren't keen on the idea.

  • Third phase of MCO will allow several industry sectors to operate with a set of strict rules

    Third phase of MCO will allow several industry sectors to operate with a set of strict rules

    All Malaysians must have heard the news that our government will further extend the MCO period until 28th April. Therefore, we will be entering the third phase of MCO after 14th April. During these days, many business operations and constructions have been halted and the country’s economic status has no doubt been affected. To boost the economy, our government will now allow several different industry sectors to apply for permission to operate as usual.

  • The ultimate curved-screen that you might see on a new Xiaomi smartphone

    The ultimate curved-screen that you might see on a new Xiaomi smartphone

    Recently, you can see screens of some flagships from different brands slowly getting rid of the curved sides discreetly and adopting more flattened displays. However, it doesn’t mean the era of the curved screens will come to an end yet, as there are still many exciting things we can do with a curved display. Until then, a new UI interface from Xiaomi was spotted online today and somehow revealed the company’s next plan for curved-screen smartphones.

  • 192MP cameras will soon land on future smartphones

    192MP cameras will soon land on future smartphones

    If you think you might not see smartphones with cameras that have higher megapixels than 108MP in a while, you are wrong! Today, a tipster has announced on Weibo revealing a smartphone that features a 192MP camera sensor that is going to be dropped soon. Whether it’s true or not, we guess the war of high megapixels between smartphones is once heated again.

  • Two patents from Apple revealing features that you might need for upcoming devices

    Two patents from Apple revealing features that you might need for upcoming devices

    Just today, we have received news that Apple is preparing for the launch of Apple iPhone 9. Other than that, it looks like the iPhone 9 will also be named as iPhone SE to avoid confusion. Now, another rumour has surfaced on the Internet that the tech giant is going to bring some new technologies to the upcoming devices. It has been found out that there are two patents from the company hinting at an underwater UI and an automatic screen orientation adjustment.

  • Apple will release MacBooks with custom-designed ARM processors instead of using Intel's in 2020

    Apple will release MacBooks with custom-designed ARM processors instead of using Intel's in 2020

    Last time, we have heard news like OPPO is going to build their own chipset while Apple will be building 5G modems for the iPhones. These days, it seems like it is a good idea for tech companies to supply themselves components that are needed to produce their products, not to say after witnessing Huawei coming through the trade war. Going back to Apple, the tech giant is rumoured to launch new MacBooks without Intel processors this year, and will use self-made processors instead.

  • Tokyo 2020 Olympics could be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

    Tokyo 2020 Olympics could be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

    Based on a statement by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), there is a chance the Tokyo 2020 Olympics could be cancelled or postponed due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak. With that said, more than 15400 athletes from various nations could be affected if such an event were to be cancelled.

  • Samsung's 'Over the Horizon' has been remade for the upcoming Galaxy S20 series

    Samsung's 'Over the Horizon' has been remade for the upcoming Galaxy S20 series

    Every year, Samsung will release a different rendition of its classic ringtone ‘Over the Horizon’ for the launch of its Galaxy S series smartphones. The ringtone has been remade into various music categories including rock, pop and orchestra. This year, it is no different. Ahead of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, Samsung unveiled the acoustic-covered ringtone which was inspired by nature.