Blackberry Q10 is now physical locally For the people who are not on board (pun not intended) the touchscreen fad, the new BlackBerry Q10 smartphone features a classic BlackBerry QWERTY Keyboard. The phone will be available on May 15 from all authorized partners in Malaysia (Celcom and Maxis), and pre-orders can be made from Celcom beginning May 8.
Samsung plays its Smart TV card once again It seems that this year at least, there is no stopping Samsung´s momentum in the world of electronic devices and appliances. Fresh off the announcement of its Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung NX300 camera, the Korean electronics megaplayer immediately announces new additions to their SMART TV lineup.
Microsoft Surface RT hits Malaysian market While there still no word on Surface Pro, the long-awaited Microsoft Surface RT however - which was released in the United States October last year - is finally available to the local market.
Top three teams of Microsoft Malaysia-ADB pack heads to India Dream X, Centium Software Sdn Bhd and Gnowledge Sdn Bhd have bested 26 other teams in the AppsForAsia redesigning development program and will be the local representatives at the Asian Development Bank´s 46th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors.
Intel on the mobile bandwagon Mobile technology has come a long way. As the world gearing towards more lightweight and mobile technological experiences packed into a singular device, Intel knows the mobility experience with smartphones, tablets and ultrabooks is an eventual step to progress that no one can miss out on.