Author: Jeremy Say

Krypton Pilot Review, Yet Another Superhero TV Series

So fans of DC and their television series will potentially have some fun with the upcoming Krypton. Set two generations before Superman existed, we get to geek out with Kal-El’s grandad, Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe). So for anyone expecting Superman to be physically on set anytime soon, this might not be the series for you. Which I might add, is similar to what Gotham was all about and that show has had its ups and downs. Now this review of Krypton is solely  based on the pilot episode. Which means that anything said here is to be taken with a...

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A New Subscription Service From Valve – Dota Plus

Lord Gaben is giving us even more incentives to open our wallets this year, apart from Artifact. Say hello to a new in-game client subscription service for Dota 2 – Dota Plus. Now this service doesn’t mean Dota has become a pay to play game, it’s still free to play and isn’t pay-to-win (P2W). What we are getting is a replacement to the Majors Battle Pass system, more stats to compare and data driven suggestions, aka machine learning. Starting with the Majors Battle Pass, this is a straight replacement for that system due to the Dota Pro Circuit. Complete...

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The Surface Book 2 and Surface Laptop Arrive in Malaysia

Microsoft expands its range of products for the Surface family in Malaysia. We finally get the much anticipated Surface Book 2 on the 15th March and the Surface Laptop, which is already available at authorized retailers. The Surface Book 2, a great ultra-thin 2-in-1 laptop, is a nice machine that will pack a punch, to your wallet. Coming in at RM6,899, this 13.5” base variants comes only with an Intel i5 7th gen, Intel HD Graphics 620, 256GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM. Only by moving up to the next tier, do we get the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050....

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10 Malaysian Women to Celebrate – International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day, held annually on March 8, celebrates the achievements of women throughout history. Also known as a Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace by the United Nations, there’s no better time to shine the spotlight on these 10 Malaysian women who have achieved so much. Yuna Yunalis binti Mat Zara’ai, more famously known as Yuna, is a singer and songwriter, and one who started very young. In 2006, when she was 19, she performed for the first time for an audience and soon started offering her music on her MySpace page. Her music, garnering over a...

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What is Industry 4.0?

Industry 4.0, also known as the fourth industrial revolution, introduces to us the concept of the “smart factory”. Yet since its inception by the Germans, it has grown to include other industries and practices that are not related to manufacturing alone.We are talking about things like healthcare, transportation and with technology advancement, smart cities. Edwin Tan Chee Pin Associate Professor at School of Engineering LinkedIn Due to the interesting concept, we strongly felt that Industry 4.0 was worth investigating. So we went to interview Professor Edwin Tan Chee Pin, Head of Discipline (Mechatronics Engineering) from Monash University Malaysia to...

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