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  • MetMalaysia launches RakanMET, an app that allows Malaysians to report extreme weather phenomenons!

    MetMalaysia launches RakanMET, an app that allows Malaysians to report extreme weather phenomenons!

    The Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) has recently launched RakanMET, a user-friendly app that allows you to report any extreme weather phenomenons in your area to the department. Furthermore, the app is community-service oriented and functions through smart partnership between MetMalaysia and the public.

    Taking to its official Twitter page, MetMalaysia further elaborated that the RakanMET app serves as a two-way communication medium between the public and MetMalaysia. With it, the department can obtain quick information on verified and accurate weather conditions throughout the country.

  • Reasons why Pokemon Go is still probably the best AR mobile game ever

    Reasons why Pokemon Go is still probably the best AR mobile game ever

    This article will discuss what makes Pokemon Go so popular and why we might not see another game that could surpass it any time soon.

  • Local students developed an app called "Sambal SOS" to assist the "Bendera Putih" movement

    Local students developed an app called "Sambal SOS" to assist the "Bendera Putih" movement

    As the COVID-19 virus is still actively roaming in Malaysia, our government continues to impose different types of MCO across the states. Not long ago, a good initiative called "Bendera Putih" was started by the people to help those who are struggling during the pandemic. All they need to do is to hang a white flag in front of their houses to call out for aid. Now, a group of students have joined forces in developing an app that lets users track the locations of homes with a white flag, plus the food banks.

  • Garmin Enduro Malaysia release: 80-hour battery life and solar charging at RM3699

    Garmin Enduro Malaysia release: 80-hour battery life and solar charging at RM3699

    Garmin Malaysia has announced that the Garmin Enduro is now available in the local market, and it’s available at the price of RM3699. The watch will be available for purchase from platforms such as LazadaShopeeAECO e-Store, as well as any authorized retailers available nationwide.

  • Xiaomi Mi Band 6 spotted on BIS. It'll be launching very soon!

    Xiaomi Mi Band 6 spotted on BIS. It'll be launching very soon!

    It seems that Xiaomi’s upcoming Xiaomi Mi Band 6 have been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards, hinting that it will come equipped with SpO2 monitor, GPS, and more. While not much is known in regards to the Malaysia release date, the fact that it was spotted on the Indonesian Telecom certification website hints that it could be happening very soon.

  • FitBit Charge 4 Malaysia release: 7-day battery life and GPS at RM698

    FitBit Charge 4 Malaysia release: 7-day battery life and GPS at RM698

    Fitbit has officially announced that their Fitbit Charge 4, will be officially available in Malaysia at the price of RM698. In terms of the notable features, the aforementioned product comes equipped with up to 7 days of battery life, as well as GPS capabilities.

  • Waze introduces the Waze Beacon to help you navigate while in tunnels

    Waze introduces the Waze Beacon to help you navigate while in tunnels

    Waze has recently introduced the Waze Beacon which is a battery-operated electronic that transmits real-time traffic data to devices in locations where GPS signals could not be received such as a tunnel. The aforementioned beacons are not exclusive to Waze as they can be used by any application that requires location data.

  • 5 tips and tricks for you to try out on Google Maps

    5 tips and tricks for you to try out on Google Maps

    When it comes to navigation apps, We Malaysians try our best to look for the ones that don’t get us lost. We had a saying back then, Guna Pun Sesat (GPS) that refers to the navigation system that always brought us to somewhere we have never been before in Malaysia. However, the navigation apps today are totally different as technology improves and you can totally rely on them. 

  • Garmin Venu roadshow is happening at Midvalley until 13 October 2019

    Garmin Venu roadshow is happening at Midvalley until 13 October 2019

    Garmin has announced that they will be hosting the Garmin Venu Roadshow in Midvalley East Atrium, from 9 October until 13 October 2019. In terms of the available colours and pricing, the Venu is available in Black and Rose Gold and it is priced at RM1799 at launch.

  • Garmin Venu GPS smartwatch with fitness tracker available in Malaysia starting from RM1799

    Garmin Venu GPS smartwatch with fitness tracker available in Malaysia starting from RM1799

    Earlier today, Garmin recently released the Garmin Venu GPS smartwatch in Malaysia priced at RM1799. The watch is mainly marketed towards users who are more fitness aware, as it comes with dozens of features such as all-day stress tracking, Body Battery energy monitor, activity tracker, and more.