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ICYMI on HWZ: VR porn festival ends prematurely, Yes Altitude hands-on, and more

By Bryan Chan - on 30 Jun 2016, 6:00am

ICYMI on HWZ: VR porn festival ends prematurely, Yes Altitude hands-on, and more

Here's what happened during the past week, in case you missed them.

Just when you thought Japan couldn't get any more amusing, the organizers of a VR porn festival decided to shut the festival down early due to fears of overcrowding.

Yes recently announced the new 4G LTE Postpaid plans, and alongside the announcement was an entry-level smartphone called the Yes Altitude. We got ourselves one and here are our thoughts on the device. 

Yes, RM199 does sound rather steep, even with all things considered, But don't worry, webe has a number of ways for you to bring the final price down to as low as RM49 per month. 

Got a Lightning-equipped iPhone or iPad that's running low on storage? Rather than desperately deleting every unwanted app or photo you can find, why not supplement the storage of your device with the Apacer AH190 instead?

MWC Shanghai 2016 had its fair share of cool and quirky tech gadgets making its rounds. Some of them include a retail-ready smartphone with video projection, and even a 24K gold SIM card.

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SanDisk has updated its lineup with the new SSD Plus range. Read more after the jump.

  • New S Pen and Air View features for the Galaxy Note 7 revealed in internal memo

Apparently, here's an internal Samsung memo detailing a redesigned S Pen and two new Air View features. There are also other new features being mentioned, so hit the link to find out more!