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Grab your bullwhip and fedora because soon you’ll be able to step into the shoes of Indiana Jones.
Many in the mob that ransacked the Capitol did so while livestreaming, posting on Facebook and taking selfies, turning the seat of American lawmaking into a theater of real-time – and often strikingly ugly and violent – far-right propaganda.
The developer of Cyberpunk 2077, the much-delayed video game reported to be one of the most expensive ever made, has promised a "new quality" of experience for users when it finally launches worldwide on Dec 10.
The all-new OPPO Watch – the world’s first smartwatch with dual-curved display and Wear OS by Google
ONE of the latest trends in smart technologies is the wearable smartwatch and it has slowly become a must-have device on your wrist.
The hunt for Pokémon is set to be more on trend than ever during the upcoming Fashion Week in Paris.
Apple Inc has asked suppliers to build at least 75 million 5G iPhones for later this year, roughly in line with last year’s launch, in a sign that demand for the company’s most important product is holding up in the midst of the global pandemic and recession.
Amazon.com Inc's total exports from small and medium sellers in India have crossed the US$2bil (RM8.5bil) mark, two company executives said on July 20.
IN need of a new smartphone, but not sure which to choose? Well, look no further than OPPO Find X2 Pro 5G, said to be a real game changer among flagship smartphones. As OPPO’s 2020 flagship smartphone, it is the first 5G device in Malaysia set with Google Play Store. With two colours to choose from - orange vegan leather and ceramic black, its sleek and modern exterior presents the perfect grip for every individual.
HUAWEI’s online store has reached its sixth anniversary and is celebrating this momentous occasion with a big “thank you” to all Malaysians! Consumers can visit https://bit.ly/2Kosykr and claim RM166 vouchers and grab your flash deals from now till April 29, while stocks last on a first come, first served basis.
As US states and cities begin to think about reopening their economies, the public-health workers who will be responsible for keeping the coronavirus under control are facing an unprecedented challenge: how to track and isolate thousands of people exposed to a disease that spreads with remarkable efficiency.