Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014
Cogito's newest watch, simply called the Pop, is not a smart watch, but a connected watch. What's the difference and how does it work? Find out after the jump.
Google's new comprehensive Street View of Malaysia takes you down the streets and memory lanes.
The Malaysian government was recently awarded the eGovernment Excellence Award by Microsoft. Find out more about this event right here.
Monday, 29 Sep 2014
Intel’s Make It Wearable Challenge spawned the first flyable and wearable camera that could take selfies, panoramic pictures, and movies.
Batman has been around on the TV and big screen for a little over 50 years. To celebrate, two musicians paid tribute to the music of these films in their own special and unorthodox way.
Trend Micro has detected a new vulnerability that affects half a billion web servers across the globe. If an attacker successfully exploits this vulnerability - called Shellshock - they are able to perform denial-of-service attacks and much more.
Saturday, 27 Sep 2014
Someone has managed to create a 3D printer that is solar-powered and is able to melt sand to create objects. Click here to see the Solar Sinter in action!
Friday, 26 Sep 2014
Turn your Samsung Smart TV into a drama hub with the new Samsung Seasons app and share access to those dramas with up to five Samsung mobile devices. Read on to find out how.
As a show of support for the local Open Source community, Microsoft Malaysia has sponsored and participated in the Malaysia Open Source Conference 2014.
Tuesday, 23 Sep 2014
Toshiba announced plans to restructure its PC business to focus on the more profitable B2B field. As such, the Japanese company will also withdraw from certain unprofitable markets.