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  • Do u know how QR code works?

    Do u know how QR code works?

    During this pandemic period and I believe all of you must be very familiar with scanning QR codes to check-in via MySejaterah app. But do you know how QR code works? Who invented it? Why QR code is used instead of a barcode?

  • Japan wants to fund an AI matchmaking system to help increase birth rates?

    Japan wants to fund an AI matchmaking system to help increase birth rates?

    In order to combat the dip in fertility rate, Japan has plans to allocate around 2 billion yen (~RM78k) to fund an AI tech to help matchmake individuals to increase the birth rate in the country. While there are already human-run matchmaking services available, the AI system could potentially increase the success of getting individuals matched.

  • Panasonic created a vacuum device to help pick up earbuds that fell onto train tracks

    Panasonic created a vacuum device to help pick up earbuds that fell onto train tracks

    Based on a statement by japantimes.co.jp, it seems that Panasonic recently developed a gadget that utilizes vacuum suction in order to pick up earbuds that were dropped onto railway tracks. The push for the development of such a gadget was due to the fact that there were around 950 cases of dropped earbuds between July and September of 2020, which has the potential to not only damage the railway tracks but also place patrons in danger if they were foolish enough to try and retrieve their earbuds.

  • Pricing for the Sony PlayStation 5 and all its accessories might have been leaked starting from ~RM103

    Pricing for the Sony PlayStation 5 and all its accessories might have been leaked starting from ~RM103

    It seems that a bunch of tweets from the user @IronManPS5 has recently surfaced on Twitter, detailing the pricing all of the variants of the PlayStation 5 as well as all the accessories the console supports. While not much is known in regards to the local pricing, the tweet gives us a better understanding of what to expect when the console and accessories are available in Malaysia.

  • Besides One Piece, G-SHOCK has another Dragon Ball Z edition watch priced at ~RM1,053

    Besides One Piece, G-SHOCK has another Dragon Ball Z edition watch priced at ~RM1,053

    It looks like anime characters are the best to have collaboration with when it comes to releasing special edition products. Nowadays, we can see various products ranging from smartphones to watches taking inspiration from anime series. Earlier today, we saw a collaboration between Casio's G-SCHOCK and One Piece on a watch that many One Piece fans would die for. Now, it appears that the watchmaker has another impressive collaboration as well, which is a Dragon Ball Z edition G-SHOCK watch.

  • 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).

  • This Japanese University held a virtual graduation using mobile robots

    This Japanese University held a virtual graduation using mobile robots

    It seems that the Business Breakthrough University in Tokyo, Japan has recently held a virtual graduation ceremony using a mobile robot called “Newme” as well as Zoom, a video conferencing tool which became really popular recently. This isn’t the first time someone hosted a virtual ceremony, as there were few occasions where ceremonies like this were held in games such as Animal Crossing: New Horizon and Minecraft.

  • 21 Studio Ghibli movies will be on Netflix from 1 February 2020 onwards

    21 Studio Ghibli movies will be on Netflix from 1 February 2020 onwards

    Netflix has officially announced that there will be twenty-one Studio Ghibli movies coming to the streaming platform on 1 February, 1 March and 1 April 2020. These movies include several award-winning titles such as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbour Totoro and more.

  • Nintendo is back at it again with the Ring Fit Adventure for the Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo is back at it again with the Ring Fit Adventure for the Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo has officially announced the Ring Fit Adventure fitness game, which comes bundled with the Ring-con and Leg Strap will launch on the 18 October 2019. The accessories allow the player to control the movement of their character by jogging, stretching and many more.

  • TechNave Gaming - SNES games will be coming to the Nintendo Switch very soon

    TechNave Gaming - SNES games will be coming to the Nintendo Switch very soon

    Nintendo has announced that they will be re-releasing several Super Nintendo Entertainment System games such as Super Mario Kart, F-Zero, Super Mario World and more on the Nintendo Switch very soon. The games mentioned will be available via the Switch Online subscription service, which lets the user play online, save data to the cloud and more.