Ford Motors Inc. (“Ford”), looking to improve its slump in consumer satisfaction surveys, has been reported to be integrating BlackBerry’s QNX in its fleet of cars, replacing Microsoft’s Windows.
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Ahead of the official release tomorrow, ASUS today took the wraps off the ASUS Transformer Book T100 to members of the media today, the first 2-in-1 device to feature Intel’s latest “Bay Trail” SoC in Malaysia. The 10.1-inch device is also one of the first devices to feature Windows 8.1.
I’ve been getting this question a lot of late — “What notebook should I get for under RM2,500?” I feel it’s not a bad budget these days, with the plethora of value devices being offered in the market. For a little over RM2,000 you are likely to find some good entry level towards mid-range notebooks. One such option could be […]
KUALA LUMPUR, 27 February 2013, – Counterfeit software is a very common thing in Malaysia. A Microsoft study found that one in two PCs running counterfeit software in Malaysia were infected with malware. Potentially dangerous malware such as “Zeus” Trojan was also found in one of them as well.
Nowadays, gadgets can range from anything – a phone, a web browser, a digital camera, or a gaming device. Even smartphones and tablets can now be described as gadgets primarily used for playing games. Android, iOS, and Windows platforms are filling up their app stores with truckloads of games which can render your living room gaming console obsolete.
Before looking at the hardware of the phone to decide if it will look good on you, or even before deciding if the spec sheet is powerful enough, what you should consider first is the operating system that suits your needs.
Microsoft has made available the Windows 8 Companion App for Windows Phones and Windows RT, downloadable for free via the Windows Store. The desktop app replaces the doomed Zune client on desktops. The app is automatically installed on Windows Phone 8 users on Windows 8 PCs when a device is connected. The companion app makes it easy and seamless for users to […]
At the Microsoft Windows 8 press launch yesterday, Microsoft’s biggest hardware partners came out in full force to showcase a rich buffet of new products, powered by the new, modern operating system. Notebooks, touchscreen Ultrabooks, all-in-one (AIO) desktops, convertibles, hybrids and tablet devices from the likes of ASUS, Acer, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, LG, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba impressed and left an impression […]
Microsoft today announced the availability of Windows 8 for the Asia Pacific region and around the world. The big, momentous launch of the new operating system signals a new era of “no compromise” computing for the software giant. The beautiful new tile-based Windows 8 UI brings a completely re-imagined user experience that will be the basis of the future generation of Windows. Windows 8 will be featured on […]
Instagram, the popular social photography app for iOS and Android has overtaken Twitter in terms of daily usage for the first time. According to comScore data, Instagram throughout August 2012 had an average of 7.3 million active daily users, compared to Twitter’s 6.9 million active daily users at the same period of time. See chart below: Despite the fact […]
Foursquare, the app and website which is now famous within the social network community, has come out with a new notification setting which might raise some eyebrows. The new feature “Always On”, allows users to get any notifications or check-ins on their friends, no matter where they are. All they have to do is to toggle the “Always On” […]
Yup, we know Windows 8 is coming soon. There are tons of eager people waiting for it and there many who are saying “throw in the towel” before it launches. Valve Software‘s co-founder Gabe Newell however, doesn’t think very highly of Windows 8. However, this comment got people talking. Over in ZDnet.com, Ken Hess gave his two cents on the issues […]