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  • Acer has announced the launch of the Veriton, TravelMate and Chromebook line-ups

    Acer has announced the launch of the Veriton, TravelMate and Chromebook line-ups

    Today Acer Malaysia has unveiled several new devices such as business-grade desktops for the Acer Veritons, Acer TravelMate which packs productivity and mobility into a single package, and lastly Chromebooks which packs cloud computing goodness into a small package.

  • Unifi Basic plan throttle speeds down to 128kbps after finishing 60GB quota

    Unifi Basic plan throttle speeds down to 128kbps after finishing 60GB quota

    Previously we have reported that TM Unifi had announced their unifi Basic Plan which has speeds of up to 30Mbps. But there's a catch, customers who subscribe to the Basic Plan is capped at 60GB data quota, it is only available to households who have a total income of less than RM4500 and it is available exclusively on the TM Unifi's official website.

  • Huawei teasing the release of their upcoming Nova smartphone

    Huawei teasing the release of their upcoming Nova smartphone

    Huawei has teased us with several teaser images giving us an idea of what to expect from the upcoming Nova device. Huawei’s Nova line of devices has always been an attractive option to the youths and fashionable bunch that enjoys taking selfies without needing to break the bank. Not forgetting to mention that these devices are also beautiful and well designed for those who are keen on staying trendy amongst their peers.

  • TM announced their new 30Mbps Unifi Basic for RM79 a month

    TM announced their new 30Mbps Unifi Basic for RM79 a month

    Telekom Malaysia has also announced the Unifi Basic Plan next to the Unifi Turbo upgrade covered earlier. The Unifi Basic Plan is priced at RM79 a month for 30Mbps speed and it does not offer the usual HyppTV found in existing Unifi Subscription Plans. However, it is best to note that the Unifi Basic Plan also comes with a limited data quota of 60GB and if they were to finish their quota they are required to purchase additional quote add-ons. Customers are able to pre-order the Unifi Basic Plan exclusively on TM Unifi’s official website starting from 15 July 2018. For more updates like these, stay tuned to TechNave.com.

  • TM announced their new 30Mbps Unifi Basic for RM79 a month

    TM announced their new 30Mbps Unifi Basic for RM79 a month

    Telekom Malaysia has also announced the Unifi Basic Plan next to the Unifi Turbo upgrade covered earlier. The Unifi Basic Plan is priced at RM79 a month for 30Mbps speed and it does not offer the usual HyppTV found in existing Unifi Subscription Plans. However, it is best to note that the Unifi Basic Plan also comes with a limited data quota of 60GB and if they were to finish their quota they are required to purchase additional quote add-ons. Customers are able to pre-order the Unifi Basic Plan exclusively on TM Unifi’s official website starting from 15 July 2018. For more updates like these, stay tuned to TechNave.com.

  • Unifi Turbo upgrades existing Unifi customers up to 800Mbps rollout starting 15 August 2018

    Unifi Turbo upgrades existing Unifi customers up to 800Mbps rollout starting 15 August 2018

    On today's media briefing, Telekom Malaysia has announced the Unifi Turbo Plan and plans to upgrade existing Unifi customers up to 800Mbps at no extra cost. Not only that, customers are not required to renew their contracts as it will be a direct speed upgrade.

  • Malaysia's most watched video genres on Youtube

    Malaysia's most watched video genres on Youtube

    Based on a recent survey conducted by Google, about 4 in 5 users go on Youtube to find any kind of videos be it on their mobile phones, tablet or even on their own computers. That being said, there are certain genres that are watched more than others such as Music, Comedy, Lifestyle, and How-to videos. Not only that, depending on the stages of life viewers are more likely to gravitate towards certain contents as well!

  • Razer Pay reaches 300,000 registered users in 48 hours

    Razer Pay reaches 300,000 registered users in 48 hours

    Razer Pay is Razer’s take on E-Wallet which was launched on 4 July 2018 and it has already reached over 300000 registered users in Malaysia. Not only that, there has already been 11000 transactions made between customers and Berjaya Group Stores including but not limited to Starbucks, 7 Eleven, Cosway, and Wendy’s.

  • Is Unifi going to offer more than 10 times broadband speeds at no extra cost?

    Is Unifi going to offer more than 10 times broadband speeds at no extra cost?

    Unifi has been hinting on their social media profiles that the Unifi Turbo Plan will offer 10 times increase in broadband speeds at no additional cost to existing home and business customers. There was no specifics regarding the exact speed increase but that will be known soon during a briefing held by TM next week on the 12 July 2018, which should give us a better clue as what to expect from the Unifi Turbo Plan such as the price of the plan as well as the speeds that it offers.

  • Celcom announces the SafeMate which is the first Emergency Response Sidekick in Malaysia

    Celcom announces the SafeMate which is the first Emergency Response Sidekick in Malaysia

    Celcom announces the launch of Malaysia’s first emergency response sidekick called the SafeMate which allows the users to notify their friends, family members, or even the local authorities with a click of a button. The SafeMate is available from Celcom with an upfront payment of RM240 as well as an early bird offer of RM9.80 for 12 months.