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  • Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming service aiming to rival Stadia and xCloud

    Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming service aiming to rival Stadia and xCloud

    Amazon had a big event yesterday and launched a variety of new products. But aside from new devices, there's also a new service aimed at gamers. Specifically, we're talking about the Amazon Luna, Amazon's new cloud gaming service that's now in early access.

  • Ring Always Home Cam is a drone that guards your home

    Ring Always Home Cam is a drone that guards your home

    When it comes to some houses, IP cameras and CCTVs could have corners it can't cover. But what if there's a mobile camera? To address that, Ring is developing the Always Home Cam, a small flying drone that can patrol your house for you.

  • Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 series equipped with up to i7 processor and MX350 GPU from ~RM2,386

    Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 series equipped with up to i7 processor and MX350 GPU from ~RM2,386

    It seems that the Xiaomi Mi Notebook 14 series which consists of the Mi Notebook 14, as well as the Mi Notebook 14 Horizon edition has been spotted on Amazon India starting from the price of INR41999 (~RM2386) and INR54999 (~RM3125) respectively. While there is no official information on when the aforementioned laptop series will be available in Malaysia, it will most likely be purchasable via Xiaomi official store on Shopee and Lazada.

  • Fallout heads for the big screens in TV series for Amazon Prime Video

    Fallout heads for the big screens in TV series for Amazon Prime Video

    We've seen anime series being adapted to movies, but these days creators are starting to look into adapting games. In March, it was announced that The Last of US was getting a TV series for HBO. Now, Amazon Studios has teased a Fallout TV series that will be heading to Amazon Prime Video.

  • Could the Sony PlayStation 5 be priced from ~RM1924 onwards?

    Could the Sony PlayStation 5 be priced from ~RM1924 onwards?

    It seems that a listing of the Sony PlayStation 5 has been spotted on Amazon, and it seems that the console will start from the price of 399 Euros (~RM1924) for the Digital Edition which doesn’t have an optical drive. The base variant of the PS5 that comes with the optical drive, on the other hand, is priced at 499 Euros (~RM2406) which is slightly more expensive but it lets you play physical copies of the game.

  • Sega unveils the Game Gear Micro in conjunction with their 60th anniversary

    Sega unveils the Game Gear Micro in conjunction with their 60th anniversary

    In conjunction with Sega’s 60th anniversary, they have officially unveiled the Sega Game Gear Micro at the price of only 4980 Yen (~RM195). Due to the fact that there are 4 variants of the aforementioned handheld console, it’s possible to get all of them in a bundle for the price of 27255 Yen (~RM1068).

  • Amazon confirms that Crucible will be free-to-play, expected to release on 20 May 2020

    Amazon confirms that Crucible will be free-to-play, expected to release on 20 May 2020

    Last month, we found out that Amazon Game Studios was working on an original game called Crucible. At the time, it was mentioned that the game was going to launch this month and it looks like Amazon is on schedule. The company has confirmed that the game will be launching on 20 May 2020 (or 21 May 2020 Malaysia time).

  • Amazon delays New World, pushes launch date for the MMO to 25 August 2020

    Amazon delays New World, pushes launch date for the MMO to 25 August 2020

    Delays are inevitable with the global pandemic and even game development can't escape from its effects. Although Amazon is proceeding with work on its upcoming MMO, called New World, the games studio is experiencing some problems with working remotely. As a result, the company has decided to delay the game's launch.

  • Amazon is jumping on the game streaming bandwagon with Project Tempo

    Amazon is jumping on the game streaming bandwagon with Project Tempo

    Despite all the teething issues that game streaming services are experiencing, companies are still keen on investing in it. Amazon is the latest giant tech company that wants a slice of the pie and is looking to not only invest in games streaming but also game development.

  • Did Amazon just leak the names of the unreleased OnePlus devices?

    Did Amazon just leak the names of the unreleased OnePlus devices?

    While all the other smartphones are trying different directions with their naming strategies, it looks like there is still a brand that thinks the marketing ploy would be unnecessary. OnePlus has now released 7 generations of devices together and the 8th is on its way. Many are also curious about whether the company will change its latest devices’ naming system since the others are doing so. However, someone has spotted the new OnePlus devices in an Amazon listing and they still will continue to be called OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.