Zotac Unveils Its Custom GT 1030 Graphics Card; Priced At RM359

Zotac has unveiled its version of the Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 graphics card. Comes with specifications that are almost similar to Nvidia’s reference design, Zotac also mentioned that the graphics card will be able to fit in 99% of PCs due to its small size. When it comes to physical design, Zotac’s GT 1030 2GB isn’t fitted with all the […]
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Google I/O 2017: There Are Now 2 Billion Active Android Devices

At this year’s Google I/O, the company announced that there are now two billion monthly active devices on Android; that makes it by far the biggest mobile operating system used in the world. Alongside this announcement, Google also revealed that there are now more than one billion users on its other services. Although having two […]
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Celcom and Ericsson Embark On Malaysia’s First 5G Trial: Achieves 18Gbps Throughput

Celcom and Ericsson earlier today have showed what the future might have for connectivity in Malaysia through what they claimed as the first 5G trial in the country. Taking place at Menara Celcom, the live demonstration involved a speed test that resulted in download throughput of around 17 to 19 Gbps. A quick chat with […]
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Google I/O 2017: Android Go Will Breathe New Life to Entry-level Devices

Entry-level Android devices are hardly the most pleasant smartphones to use as daily drivers, but Google’s new program, Android Go, may just change that. Built especially for entry-level devices, this version of Android aims to reach the “next billion smartphone users” by offering a more pleasant user experience even on affordable phones. Android Go focuses on three […]
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Nokia 6, 5, and 3 To Be Launched In Malaysia On 30 May

Months after they were launched at MWC 2017, Nokia’s Android trio will be finally make their way into Malaysia really soon. According to the media invite that has just landed into our inbox, HMD Global will be having a launch event to introduce its Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and Nokia 3 smartphones in Malaysia on […]
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Xiaomi Mi 6, HTC U11 & Sony Xperia XZ Premium Appear on SIRIM

This is an odd one: as many as three flagship smartphones have been registered on SIRIM. These include the Xiaomi Mi 6, the recently announced HTC U11, as well as the Sony Xperia XZ Premium – flagship devices powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 chipset. Out of the three devices, the Mi 6 is definitely the […]
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Google I/O 2017: Google Assistant is Now Available on the iPhone

On top of announcing Android O and Google Lens, Google also announced that Google Assistant is now available on the iPhone as a standalone app. iPhone users will finally be able to use the Google’s personal assistant to tell it to perform tasks such as make a call, play some music, and much more, through […]
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Google I/O 2017: Google Makes it Easier for you to Share on Google Photos

Google is making it a lot easier for you to share pictures on its Google Photos app. Google first introduced Google Photos about two years ago, and they now have over 500 million active users, backing up more than 1.2 billion photos and videos each day. The company wants you to share these pictures with your […]
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Google I/O 2017: Google Lens Is a New and Improved Google Goggles

Google I/O 2017 is in full swing, and one of the most interesting new features announced at the developer conference is Google Lens. Essentially, this new feature is a much more powerful Google Goggles, and it allows Google Assistant – and other Google apps – to give users contextual information based on what the smartphone camera […]
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Google I/O 2017: Android O Will Focus on Improving “Vitals”; Beta Build Now Available

It wouldn’t be a Google I/O conference without some Android-related news, and Google has just unveiled more information on Android O. Aside from announcing that the first public beta build of Android O is now available, Google also detailed two major areas Android O will focus on: “fluid experiences” and “vitals.” Let’s start with “fluid experiences.” Basically, it’s […]
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