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  • Facebook Messenger updates comes with Pacman and other classic games

    Facebook Messenger updates comes with Pacman and other classic games

    While most people uses the Facebook Messenger as a chat service to talk with friends, Facebook thinks that it can be more than just for words. They have now rolled out an update for Android and iOS that will allow users to play a number of classic and current games directly in Messenger.

  • Have Jezza, Captain Slow and Hamster guide your way with Waze

    Have Jezza, Captain Slow and Hamster guide your way with Waze

    If you are a constant user of Waze – this will be a treat for you. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are now on Waze as a voice pack that you can download to give you navigation on the road.

  • Hotlink to offer 17GB of high-speed data per month for RM50

    Hotlink to offer 17GB of high-speed data per month for RM50

    If you are a Hotlink customer – head’s up. Maxis’s prepaid brand is launching the Biggest Internet Pass package that offers free calls to all networks and two times more YouTube streaming quota than ever before. With just RM50 per month, you will get 17GBs of high-speed Internet.

  • Rumours: Two new Sony Xperia phones info leaked online

    Rumours: Two new Sony Xperia phones info leaked online

    Look out for MWC 2017, as Sony is set to launch two new smartphones during that event. The two new devices will have the model label G at the back of the name, but they may follow current convention and use the X instead.

  • TuneTalk introduces prepaid plan that is valid for a year

    TuneTalk introduces prepaid plan that is valid for a year

    If you are getting tired topping up your prepaid service every week due to the validity period, TuneTalk is here to the rescue. They have just introduced a new prepaid plan that is valid for a year! Better yet, it comes with 36GB of data, or around 3GB a month. 

  • Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    While the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 shows what curved displays can be like to own, we are still plagued with the limitation of smartphones – both phones still have bezels around the display, albeit a very tiny one. Sharp, one of the premier manufacturers of displays, has reveal a display that is without bezels, and spans from corner to corner.

  • Maybank offers free WiFi in 64 branches nationwide

    Maybank offers free WiFi in 64 branches nationwide

    The next time you are busy lining up at your local Maybank, check if they have WiFi on offer. Selected branches around Malaysia now gives out free WiFi access to their customer while waiting in line.

  • Whatsapp updates their internal camera app with stickers and fun stuff

    Whatsapp updates their internal camera app with stickers and fun stuff

    The top messaging-app has been updated to make it a bit more, well, fun. With the latest version of WhatsApp, users will be able to customize and improve the photos and video they want to share with friends and family. There's a set of new camera features that have been implemented in the Android version of WhatsApp, which enable users to write or draw on photos and videos.

  • Apple patents new home button with embedded fingerprint sensor

    Apple patents new home button with embedded fingerprint sensor

    While the new Apple iPhone 7 may have a new virtual home button (i.e. it is not a real physical button), a new patent from the company may reveal what we can expect in next year’s Apple iPhone 8. It seems that they will be borrowing the idea from Qualcomm and Android, and have an edge-to-edge OLED display that covers the handset's entire front, eliminating the well familiar home button in favor of a virtual touch-sensitive key.

  • USB announces new Audio Class 3.0 spec for phones…without a 3.5mm audio jack

    USB announces new Audio Class 3.0 spec for phones…without a 3.5mm audio jack

    Companies are slowly moving away from including the humble 3.5mm jack on their smartphones. We have a few companies already coming out with devices sans the jack - LeEco, Motorola and the most famous of all, Apple. Now the organization behind the USB standard has come up with a new guideline for a spec called USB Audio Class 3.0, which eliminates the need of having an audio jack in the smartphone altogether.