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  • ServerDNA was even bigger this year with 2 floors full of booths

    ServerDNA was even bigger this year with 2 floors full of booths

    ServerDNA 4 which is a convention focused heavily on gaming and esports was recently held in Le Merridien Putrajaya, on 28 and 29 September 2019. For this first time, the convention had up to 2 floors filled with booths from international and local brands, as well as Malaysian gaming personalities.

  • MSI launches new Titan and Raider refresh in Malaysia from RM8099

    MSI launches new Titan and Raider refresh in Malaysia from RM8099

    MSI officially launches their new refresh for their Titan and Raider series of gaming laptops, starting from the price of RM8099. The laptops in question, which is the MSI GT76 DT 9SG and the GT76 DT 9SF, comes equipped with up to Intel's top of the line high-end mainstream processor which is the 9th Generation Intel Core i9-9900k, RTX 2080 GPU and a 240Hz capable 17.3-Inch display. 

  • OPPO patented a foldable smartwatch with more than 200% larger display when unfolded

    OPPO patented a foldable smartwatch with more than 200% larger display when unfolded

    OPPO filed a patent called “Wearable Electronics” on September 2018, which hints at the possibility that we could see a smartwatch manufactured by OPPO with the ability to fold its display. Once unfolded, the display would be more than two times larger than the original screen size when done properly.

  • Waze could tell you the toll price in the future

    Waze could tell you the toll price in the future

    Waze introduced a new function in the US, as well as Canada, which allows the user to see the price of a toll along the route to their destination. Not only is this informative, but it could help drivers plan out their expenses while driving on the road.

  • LG introduces a new way to monitor your appliances with the LG Smart ThinQ

    LG introduces a new way to monitor your appliances with the LG Smart ThinQ

    LG introduces the LG Smart ThinQ technology, which allows the user to connect to their LG home appliances via the internet. The user is able to perform actions such as control, as well as monitor their home appliances via the LG Smart ThinQ app which can be installed on their mobile smartphone. Not only that, but they have also introduced several new LG home appliances that are compatible with LG Smart ThinQ such as air conditioners, fridges, fan, washing machine, and more.

  • Will OPPO's under-display camera start a new trend for smartphones in 2019?

    Will OPPO's under-display camera start a new trend for smartphones in 2019?

    OPPO has recently released a short 15-second teaser on their Weibo account, showcasing their new upcoming under-display camera technology. The teaser video showed us a quick rundown of the various methods used by OPPO, in order to incorporate the front-facing selfie camera into the front of their smartphones.

  • Realme releasing a 64MP AI Quad Camera smartphone soon?

    Realme releasing a 64MP AI Quad Camera smartphone soon?

    There have been rumours floating around, hinting the possibility of smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung and Xiaomi could have their smartphones fitted with a 64MP image sensor. Surprisingly, Realme was the first to release a photo sample taken from the aforementioned image sensor, beating Samsung and Xiaomi to the punch.

  • Lenovo unveils the world's first 5G-capable laptop at Computex 2019

    Lenovo unveils the world's first 5G-capable laptop at Computex 2019

    During the Computex 2019 which is held in Taipei of Taiwan, Lenovo has unveiled the world’s very first 5G-capable laptop with a theoretical download speed from anywhere between 1Gbps to 10Gbps. This allows it to stream up to 8k media and AR/VR content, with little to no latency as well as higher stability.

  • Penang to be the first state to utilize Facial Detection System to track down criminals

    Penang to be the first state to utilize Facial Detection System to track down criminals

    Penang is now the first state in Malaysia to utilize the Facial Recognition System to detect criminals by utilizing any one of their 897 CCTV Cameras available on the island as well as on other locations. This will be beneficial to law enforcement units as they will receive notifications whenever a suspect is detected in the video feed. It will then relay relevant information such as Time, Date, as well as the location of the criminal to aid the police in their arrests.

  • Samsung could be showcasing the foldable smartphones at Samsung Developer Conference 2018

    Samsung could be showcasing the foldable smartphones at Samsung Developer Conference 2018

    According to Samsung Mobile division CEO DJ Koh, Samsung has plans to launch a foldable smartphone this year which could double as a tablet when unfolded with a completely different user experience to boot. The foldable Galaxy device, although complicated to develop and manufacture, is expected to make its debut at the Samsung Developer Conference some time around November 2018.