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Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014

"iPhones up, iPads down" in Apple's third quarter earnings report

Apple announced its fiscal third-quarter earnings report, posting US$37.4 billion in revenue, even with iPad sales figures sliding downwards.

LG G3 LTE-A announced with Snapdragon 805 and LTE Cat 6 for South Korea

LG G3 LTE-A announced with Snapdragon 805 and LTE Cat 6 for South Korea

LG has announced a refreshed variant of the G3 smartphone in South Korea. Known as the G3 LTE-A, the device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.5GHz processor with support for LTE Cat 6 speeds of up to 225Mbps.

Rumor: Apple to debut ultra-thin iPad mini Air this year, 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2015

Rumor: Apple to debut ultra-thin iPad mini Air this year, 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2015

Apple's upcoming iPad mini refresh will reportedly be 30 percent thinner at 5.25mm. In addition, the much-rumored 12.9-inch iPad Pro is scheduled for release in 2015.

Tuesday, 22 Jul 2014

Netflix hits 50 million mark

Netflix hits 50 million mark

While we may not have access to Netflix via official means in Malaysia, but the company's latest figures from its financial report are quite impressive.

Could the Estar Takee 1 be the world's first holographic smartphone?

Could the Estar Takee 1 be the world's first holographic smartphone?

Forget the Amazon Fire Phone, Chinese firm Estar has unveiled the world's first holographic smartphone. Looking like something out of Star Wars, the Takee 1 claims to generate holographic images with its four front-facing cameras. Is it truly holographic? Watch the video and decide for yourself.

Microsoft plans to introduce two phones with

Microsoft plans to introduce two phones with "3D touch" support

Microsoft is said to be working on two new touch phones with support for 3D gestures somewhat akin to the Kinect gaming console. Early details within.

Uber banned in Seoul as government plans to introduce official app for city taxis

Uber banned in Seoul as government plans to introduce official app for city taxis

The government of Seoul has issued a statement saying that Uber is illegal, while added that it will launch its own app later this year for official taxis.

Edward Snowden sees Dropbox as

Edward Snowden sees Dropbox as "hostile to privacy"

Dropbox may be popular among Internet users, but NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden isn't a fan. In fact, he called the cloud storage service a "targeted, wannabe PRISM partner" that is "very hostile to privacy" in an interview with The Guardian.

iPhone 6 promotional flyer reveals launch date and pricing details

iPhone 6 promotional flyer reveals launch date and pricing details

A leaked promotional flyer in China appears to reveal the iPhone 6's launch date and pricing details. Hit the link to find out more!

Facebook unveils Save button, lets you view stuff later

Facebook unveils Save button, lets you view stuff later

Found an interesting link on Facebook, but don't have the time to click on it? Facebook's new Save feature lets you view all that content at a later time.

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