Hong Kong-based Wiyo (pronounced “Wai-Yo”) has made an entrance to Malaysia. If you’ve been abroad for business or leisure, you may have encountered problems getting connected to the internet or face shocking roaming fees when you get home. Admit it, you’ve been there. With Wiyo, though, you’re assured of fast, convenient connectivity with a predictable, flat fee.
Here’s some sizzling news. OnePlus One‘s explosive claim to fame has been their unorthodox marketing methods but nobody expected the popular device to be literally ‘explosive.’ A customer and fan of the mobile brand recently reported that his OnePlus One device blew up in his back pocket.
At exactly 3pm tomorrow (27 August), doors will be open on Lazada Malaysia for the sale of the hot-selling Xiaomi Redmi 1S. If you’ve been wanting to buy the Redmi 1S but haven’t been able to (we know, out of stock right?), well, here’s another avenue for you to grab your favourite device.
I admit I still have reservations about a purpose-built ‘selfie’ smartphone, but Sony seems to think it’s a good idea. With the Sony Xperia C3 launched last month, Sony took it a step further by posing a challenge to top personalities from six different countries. These personalities took selfie-taking to extreme, and the result of their endeavours? The #PROselfie collection.
Malaysia is undoubtedly a beautiful country, so in conjunction with the upcoming Merdeka celebrations, Hotlink has kicked off its ‘Malaysia Saya’ contest, which offers customers a chance to discover the country’s hidden gems with two of Malaysia’s favourite personalities – Joanne Yew and Marina Mahathir.
If you’re a gamer, then the name Blizzard would ring a few bells. If it doesn’t, perhaps you’ve been dabbling a little too deep into World of Warcraft, Diablo III or StarCraft 2. Well, the bringer of epic games has just repurposed its mana and conjured up its first ever free-to-play game – Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft.
If you’ve been trying to get your hands on a hot new Xiaomi device online to no avail, here’s another avenue to consider. In an unprecedented move, Xiaomi has struck a partnership with online shopping mall Lazada Malaysia to bring the Redmi 1S to Malaysians on 27 August 2014.
For folks in Japan, waterproofing is a norm in mobile devices. And while Sony isn’t the only mobile maker with waterproofed phones in its portfolio, the brand can be considered somewhat of a leader and an evangelist. In line with that, the Japanese electronics giant has worked with brand communications agency Wieden + Kennedy and development partners Motim and SoftFacade […]
As part of the HTC Frequencies Asia 2014, we had the opportunity to get an exclusive hands-on with the new HTC Butterfly 2 (called the J butterfly HTL23 in Japan). The international version of the HTC Butterfly 2 is identical to the Japanese variant aside from several minor differences.