Beside launched a 7-inch tablet by Google, Nexus 7; Google has also announced a 10-inch tablet, Nexus 10  a collaboration of Samsung and Google. Android 4.2 is introduced on this device added few new features such as mutliuser.

Nexus 10 would be the first Android tablet to feature high resolution beating the Apple's Retina display. The 10.1-inch screen has resolution of 2560x1600 pixel that is 300PPI.

Beneath the screen it has a dual-core Exynos 5 chipset clocked at 1.7GHz processor, speculated that performance of the ARM A-15 chip is better than the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and outperform the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro which is a quad-core processor. It will also pair with 2GB RAM and will have 2 variants of storage to choose 16GB or 32GB.
On the imaging, on the rear has a 5MP camera and a HD 1.9MP front camera.

It will has a juicy battery of 9,000mAh that can outlast the device to have 9 hours continuous video playback.

The Nexus 10 will be available in US at the price of US $399 for 16GB version and US $499 for 32GB version. Currently only WiFi model introduced.


Due to overwhelming respond of the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in Malaysia, it attracted "thieves" to steal it. 1407 unit of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Marble White) were stolen at KLIA yesterday and these stolen unit may floods into the market with attractive price tag.

SME has announced that they will not honor any warranty for this batch of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and it's consider illegal to buy or keep stolen goods.

Do check out is there any SIRIM sticker and as well Samsung Warranty sticker before make any purchase of Note 2.

Below are the list of IMEI number that are the batch of stolen Note II.


 or you can check HERE by typing in your Samsung Note 2 IMEI number.

credit to Azbahri 


iPhone 5 has been rumoured to set available in Malaysia & India on this coming 26th October.

For time been only Maxis and DiGi announced the supplying of nano-SIM for iPhone 5.

Are you ready for iPhone 5?



Some photos purporting to show the iPad mini published on Twitter by Sonny Dickson, a researcher for 9to5Mac. Some of the snaps show the device against a standard iPad and the iPhone 5.

Lighting port as found in the iPhone 5 were used on the iPad mini.

Apple has remained tight-lipped on the existence of the iPad mini, rumors of press invites to the event expected to be on 10th October 2012.