Fitbit Alta HR will help you track your sleep better

A name mostly associated with fitness tracking, Fitbit now announces a new wearable that is designed to capture sleep data, and pass the information to the user. The Fitbit Alta HR now feature a built-in heart-rate monitor that can track your heart-rate, as well as track your sleeping habits. The Alta HR is Fitbit’s latest […]

Celcom GBshare Gives You Up To 70GB of Data

Celcom’s flagship postpaid Celcom FIRST is getting a big upgrade in their features. Introducing the GBshare, Celcom FIRST customers with FIRST Gold Plus and FIRST Platinum can now share internet with family and friends. With GBshare, customers can choose the way they share data – whether as a single sharing pool, or if a certain […]

U Mobile Gives Unlimited Data And Calls For As Low As RM38

For as low as RM38 customers can enjoy unlimited data to Waze, stream music and share posts on social media with U Mobiles Hero RM38 plan. This latest postpaid plan will also include unlimited calls across all networks. Never such an offer for the lowest postpaid plan by the telco, the new Hero P38 plan […]

Nikon Releases the D7500 DSLR camera

The Nikon D7500 DSLR is out. As per its DX format sibling – the flagship D500, the D7500 comes with high-performance EXPEED 5 image-processing engine and Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor; giving superior image quality with very little noise throughout the broad ISO 100 to 51200 range of standard sensitivities. The D7500 supports the same 4K UHD […]

Is Apple Ditching All its Suppliers?

Analysts are seeing signs that Apple might be dropping supplier Dialog Semiconductor. Bankhaus Lampe argued that Apple was working on its own battery-saving chip for the iPhone that could replace Dialog’s power management integrated circuits (PMIC) as early as 2019. Bankhaus Lampe cited unnamed industry sources as saying that Apple was setting up power management design […]

SWIFT Has Tools to Spot Fraudulent Interbank Messages

If you’ve done bank transactions likelihood you’ve heard about SWIFT. SWIFT is the widely used interbank messaging system and is used to transfer trillions of dollars between banks every day. The Belgium based SWIFT will launch a new tool to spot fraudulent messages, offering banks a service that will be able to learn a user bank’s […]

Beware the Jump! Chrome Scroll Anchoring Stops Pages Jumping While Loading

Reading online is convenient – but also slightly annoying when article’s page jump around because of slow loading speeds of videos and pictures. Google is tacking this issue by putting in scroll anchoring – which basically locked everything you’re looking at your screen to be exactly where you are. Normally jumps happen when there are […]

Huawei Takes Aim at Amazon and Alibaba for Public Cloud Service

Huawei is looking to compete with Amazon.com and Alibaba as a global provider for public cloud services. According to a Reuters report, while the Chinese tech giant reported slow profit growth, they are looking to expand in cloud computing with a dedicated division that will recruit 2,000 more people this year. “We used to focus on […]

AMD Ryzen Launch in Malaysia this 19th April – Everyone is invited

We just wrapped our review of the Ryzen 7 1800X and the 1600X, with the 1500X coming soon – but that is not stopping AMD to formally launch the products in Malaysia, even though the CPUs are already here in the market. The company will be running a public launch event this April 19th, and […]

Moto C – A Dig at Low-cost Androids?

While we have a range of Moto phones, ranging from the Z, M and G5 to fit most of the markets – one segment is suspiciously missing from Motorola‘s repertoire. That segment is the affordable segment. A new report states that Motorola may be in the midst of rectifying that problem. The new Moto models […]