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  • Apple is slowing down your older iPhones on purpose

    Apple is slowing down your older iPhones on purpose

    As time goes by, so as our smartphones. We don't need to tell you that all smartphones ages, but Apple just wants you to know that if you think your iPhone is getting slower, you're right and they did it on purpose. Say what now? Before you go on being a keyboard warrior, hear them out what they have to say about it.

  • Apple remains on top as most valuable brand for 5th time in a row

    Apple remains on top as most valuable brand for 5th time in a row

    Apple Inc. has once again been crowned the most valuable brand for the 5th time in a row by consultant firm, Interband. The Cupertino based tech company remains on their throne with a brand value of $184 billion, a 3% increase from their value last year.

  • Celcom, Digi and U Mobile users can now make App Store, Apple Music and iTunes purchases from their telco accounts

    Celcom, Digi and U Mobile users can now make App Store, Apple Music and iTunes purchases from their telco accounts

    If you're an Apple and CelcomDigi or U Mobile user, you're in luck because they've announced that all subscribers can now pay for purchases in the App StoreApple Music and iTunes directly from their mobile phone account. This applies to both postpaid and prepaid users.

  • Your unread WhatsApp messages can now be read aloud by Siri

    Your unread WhatsApp messages can now be read aloud by Siri

    So here’s something fun for Apple owners, many may not know this due to old habits but users can use Siri to send text messages since September last year. Right now, Siri can be used to read unread messages too from your phone.

  • Statistic report suggest Huawei will become Apple's new rival

    Statistic report suggest Huawei will become Apple's new rival

    Ah, the classic rival between Apple and Samsung. You know it, I know, everyone knows it. But would you be surprised if I tell you that it’s no longer the case? In fact, according to analyst Brian White from Drexel Hamilton, we have a new rival replacing Samsung and it’s Huawei.

  • Which are the top Smartphone brands in Malaysia in 2016? IDC: Samsung still on top, OPPO in second spot

    Which are the top Smartphone brands in Malaysia in 2016? IDC: Samsung still on top, OPPO in second spot

    According to International Data Corporation (IDC)’s latest report, despite the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, Samsung remains as the top smartphone brand in Malaysia. OPPO and Huawei takes second and third spot respectively, to make up the top 3 brands that took up more than 50% of the Malaysian market share in 2016. Compared to 2015, smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016. This could be due to various negative economic factors, amongst, which included the weakening Malaysian Ringgit against US Dollar, as well as the rising costs of living in Malaysia.

  • OPPO overtakes Huawei as top smartphone brand in China in 2016, Apple out of Top 3!

    OPPO overtakes Huawei as top smartphone brand in China in 2016, Apple out of Top 3!

    According to the latest report from research firm IDC, OPPO is now the top smartphone brand in China. The company took a 16.8% share of the market, shipping a total of 78.4 million units in 2016! It is closely followed by Huawei, as well as Vivo, making up the Top 3 with a 48% total market share.

  • Rumours: Apple is working with Carl Zeiss for AR?

    Rumours: Apple is working with Carl Zeiss for AR?

    A social media post by tech evangelist Robert Scoble states that Apple and Carl Zeiss are apparently teaming up to produce their own Augmented Reality glasses for the masses. Something akin to the Google Glass, the Apple AR glass may add a more immersive experience to the users of the iOS ecosystem.

  • Even thinner Apple iPhone soon thanks to mechanical speakers?

    Even thinner Apple iPhone soon thanks to mechanical speakers?

    If you think your brand new Apple iPhone 7 is not thin enough, a patent awarded to the Cupertino-based company may shed light on steps on how to make the next iPhone iteration even thinner – by using mechanically actuated speakers.

  • LG to supply foldable screens to Apple, Google and Microsoft

    LG to supply foldable screens to Apple, Google and Microsoft

    The allure of having a device fold up is something that is enticing for the tech industry. Imagine a device that can be the size of a small smartphone, and unfurls into a tablet-sized Display. Well apparently LG is hard at work in making the technology more mass-market friendly, and has just signed an agreement to bring the screen to three different OEMs – Apple, Google and Microsoft.