TM Recycle Turns IT Wastes To Cash

  Turn obsolete and redundant electronics into something useful for the community Usedcomputer is a wholly subsidiary by TM Recycle IT. At TM Recycle IT Sdn Bhd, everything we do is guided by a set of principles that define our character, culture and work, which have been at the core of the Company since its […]

New Country Head To Drive Grab Forward

Looks like Grab is gearing to go big with their entry into 2 wheel pick-up to the extent of moving current Country Lead  for Grab Jaygan Fu to helm the deputy head regional post for 2 wheel. As for the 4 wheel segment Sean Goh will effectively take over the role from Jaygan and continue […]

Twitter faces more business roadblocks

Twitter’s business mojo is waning as their latest quarterly reports shows slowest revenue growth since IPO in 2013. Shares took an immediate hit and saw Twitter’s down more than 10%. Since then, Twitter has lost more than $1.5 billion cumulatively. The popular microblogging service is looking at a stagnating user increase, running on rising cost […]

WhatsApp turns on 2-step verification

WhatsApp is finally ready to let got of the “beta” tag for their two-step verification. Initially rolled out as beta last November, the  feature is now turned on for all users and  is available as an optional feature. When enabled, you’d have to key in a six-digit passcode whenever there is an attempt to verify […]

Dominate The Battlefield

MSI GT62VR Dominator Pro Gaming Laptop Reviewer: Teh Wi-Liam The Force is Strong with this One  Powered by the Pascal GPU from NVIDIA, the MSI GT62 is the closest thing to a proper gaming setup, minus the large footprint. Although nothing compared to the GeForce GTX 1080, the 1070 within the GT62 is a gem […]

Google brings VR to the masses with Chrome

Google is really pushing forward with VR. The latest update of Chrome will support VR content, making it more accessible for the masses. Previously Google announced their Daydream headset bringing an immersive experience for the users. The little catch? You could only use it with Daydream-compatible phones, so you had to rely on others apps for […]

Oppo’s v-day special is selling like hotcakes – better than hotcakes

Leaving your v-day shopping to the last minute may not be a good idea. The OPPO R9s Valentine Red Edition is reported to be sold out online yesterday and only available in the 70 OPPO concepts stores dotted around Malaysia. You have until next Monday to pre-order from stores, but are you really betting on […]

Fallout Shelter Now Available on Windows 10 and Xbox One for FREE

Beginning today, Fallout Shelter is available to download for free for Windows 10 and Xbox One as an Xbox Play Anywhere title. Ever wondered what it would be like to build and run a Fallout Vault? Now is your chance to take on the role of an Overseer in the Wasteland. Starting today, the hit […]

A Window that Becomes a TV Screen? Panasonic is About to Start Selling one!

Panasonic just announced their new ‘Transparent Screens” will go on sale on the 22nd of March. These things work almost like magic, transforming a clear sheet of glass into a digital screen like something out of a movie! This product will include XC-CSG01G, a unique glass comprised of a high contrast light control film placed […]

Samsung’s QLED TV Gets Certified for its Ability to Produce 100% Colour Volume

Samsung Electronics today announced that its 2017 QLED TV, first unveiled at CES 2017, has received verification from world-class testing and certification association, Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE), for its ability to produce 100 percent colour volume. VDE provided verification for Samsung’s QLED TV based on the organisation’s expertise in colour volume testing. The verification is […]

Sandisk Skyhawk SSDs Announced – Made for Datacentres

Western Digital, through their subsidiary Sandisk, is releasing their first enterprise NVMe SSDs. These 2.5″ U.2 SSDs are not directly linked to Western Digital’s Ultrastar SN200 as far as we know. There will be two variants of the Sandisk Skyhawk – the standard version in 1920GB and 3840GB capacities as well as a Skyhawk Ultra […]

One More Reason to Ditch Windows 7: Ryzen & Kaby Lake

By now, it should be known that Intel’s 7th generation Core series of processors, called Kaby Lake, does not officially support Windows 7. But now it seems even AMD will not be putting any resources into Windows 7 support according to reports from various sources. In a statement to PCWorld, an AMD representative had this […]