It’s a mobile world out there. Undeniably, access to information anytime, anywhere is essential as mobile technology has become ubiquitous in our daily lives. To cater to the growth of this mobile lifestyle, Maxis has launched FINDIT in partnership with FINDIT Malaysia, the largest digital directory service in Malaysia. The digital directory is free to download for mobile web, desktop […]
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Expecting a baby is a major milestone in a mother’s life. What if there was a handy app to help expecting mothers to connect to their unborn child in-home and a social of network supporters? Bellabeat Tracking System, lets you do just that and is now available for purchase at just US$129.
In true stealth mode, Apple’s ‘hobby’ device – the Apple TV set-top box sold close to 10 million units in 2013, raking in sales revenue of more than US$1 billion. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed at Apple’s annual stockholders meeting in Cupertino today that this is roughly double the 5 million units it sold in 2012.
The mobile game that has made the world go flappy all over – Flappy Bird, is coming to Windows Phone, according to its developer. The game has gone viral and has topped the charts on iOS. The Android version was released on January 30. To date, it has been downloaded over 50 million times.
The growth of mobile phones, specifically smartphones in recent years, has paved way for a rich world of mobile apps. Apps not only enrich the smartphone experience, but also extend the functionalities of the mobile phone, once used to merely make calls. Imagine that.
Post Angry Birds, another game is flapping the world by storm. Flappy Bird, in all its 8-bit pixelated glory is set to invade your living room, bedroom, office and ultimately your life. You’ve been forewarned.
In this day and age, for many of us, booking flights and holidays on our mobile devices is almost second nature. In fact, a study from Hotelmarketing.com has revealed that one in four online travel bookings made in the Asia Pacific region, come from a mobile device. No surprises there, really. To further meet the demands of mobile users, Asia’s […]
After a bungled launch a couple of weeks ago, BlackBerry has come back with a vengeance with the relaunch of its famed BlackBerry Messenger – BBM for Android and iPhone raking in over 10 million downloads in the first 24 hours.
Apple‘s highly anticipated special event in San Francisco certainly had “lots to cover,” as the tech giant unraveled the new flagship 10-inch iPad Air, new MacBook Pros with Intel Haswell chips, the cool Mac Pro, OS X Mavericks and a slew of other software releases. One of the highlights, however, is the new iPad mini, now upgraded with Retina Display […]
Here’s something for the smartphone-totting foodie – the ultimate app that will help you find the best places to eat, browse menus and find latest promotions and contact information of restaurants. The proudly Malaysian-made app is called My Diner Network, a brainchild of ITGeeks Studio, an up-and-coming IT solutions company based in the Klang Valley.
The much-anticipated release of BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for Android and iPhone app hit a roadblock on Saturday, as the official build of the Android app never made it to the Google Play Store. This however, did not stop a leaked build from floating around cyberspace.
Originally scheduled for a release tomorrow (September 22), BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for iPhone is now ready for download from the App Store. The full-featured chat app is also available for Android.