Not too long ago, we have this little issue regarding the Huawei P10's storage and RAM chips used. That caused a lot of stir already, since we consumers need to pay the same price to enter a "performance lottery". If you get UFS 2.1 with LPDDR4 on your unit of the P10, you're lucky. While that storm is still brewing, Huawei decided to preemptively make the next move - removing any mentions of UFS 2.1 on the Mate 9 and its Pro variant's product page.
I think the best way to start this off is the seriousness of this issue, but a little more context is needed. This is the Huawei P10 and the P10 Plus's situation now - it uses two different types of RAM and a total of 3 different types of storage technologies. Here's why it matters.
It's the battle of the flagships between the two giants from Asia - Huawei's latest P10 and P10 Plus with Samsung's highly-anticipated Galaxy S8 and S8+! Here's a comparison on what we currently know, and what you should know.
Huawei is really serious when it comes to us Malaysians - and they're opening their first ever regional flagship store in Malaysia. This flagship store is located in Pavillion Elite - which in my opinion, very accessible. So, what does the flagship store has?
I've always wanted to get myself a proper microphone. Previously, I bought a lavalier microphone but it didn't work the way I wanted it to. I ended up selling that and opted for a condenser microphone setup instead. This is what I got, and how I made everything work out.
Let’s talk about money. No, you don’t owe me anything. What I want to talk about is cash. Those paper notes and coins with numbers on them. While money is important, I do think that we’re in the transition of going cashless while we go shopping. We have multiple instant cashless payment systems these days, and Samsung Pay is one of them.
11street Survey Results is definitely one of the most important thing for e-commerce to date. The continued rise of the e-commerce industry in Malaysia is laying the foundation for a prosperous online retail sector ahead, according to 11street. Through its recent nationwide survey from 15 to 21 November, in which 3,507 respondents participated, the online marketplace laid out key takeaways for the Malaysian online market in 2016 and predicted five leading trends for the year ahead.
I think it's safe to say that for us memers out there, We Are Number One is clearly something that we all know about. With its increasing popularity these few weeks, We Are Number One is by far one of the most popular memes on the internet now.
Last year, we did a really big best tech gift guide. This year we'll be doing a new one for you - the best tech gifts of 2016. This gift guide will get you through this year's brand new recommended tech, and it'll mostly be what that caught my eyes through the year of 2016 until now.