GPS Devices Guide
The Weenect Cats is a GPS tracking device with a twist; it also happens to be a phone that you can call to talk to your cat.
With the first day of the CES Asia 2015 having already kicked off, we took a stroll through the show floor, first to see Audi, and then the rest of the show.
This year's PIKOM Fair (I) has been brought forward. For whatever reason, this fair turned out to be a rather small one, but that doesn't mean there's nothing here.
It’s the end of year, and that means more deals and bargains are to be found at the PIKOM PC Fair (III).
Following Singapore and Jakarta, Casio has finally expanded its reach in Southeast Asia, with an official presence here in Malaysia.
In promoting healthy and active lifestyle among community, Fitbit unveils three new smart wearable devices, known as Change, Change HR and Surge. Each model is built for a specific purpose.
Finnish smartwatch maker, Suunto today announced the availability of its Ambit3 smart sportwatches in Malaysia. The watches announced were the Ambit3 Peak and Ambit3 Sport.
Timex introduced its first standalone smartwatch that goes by the name Ironman One GPS+. There are two variants to this model, one with built-in heart monitor and one without.
Garmin Malaysia recently introduced two new GPS tracking devices: the Forerunner 15 and Edge 1000, which are primarily built for active lifestyles. These two devices will be available in Malaysia starting this month.
Watch Dogs is a game that features a heavily hacker-centric theme around its story. To create this story, Ubisoft actually consulted software security company Kaspersky Lab on the subject.