The Sunday Morning Recap – 27th, July 2014

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In all honesty, we headed into this week with low expectations for everything except the massive Dota 2 tournament inbound. But life has away of surprising us: this week proved that. We’ve got (more) consumer audio brands hitting Sri Lanka, great news from all over Asia, and even broke fast with the rest of the Twitter community. It’s been an awesome week. Here are the highlights:

The biggest eSports event in the history of eSports events took place – and we watched it live at the Pubstomp Sri Lanka

Audiophile headphones and speakers from French audio brand Focal showed up in Colombo

It's clear, detailed and all that: is it worth the money?

Sri Lanka announced a decision to switch to Biometric Passports. Now if only airplanes weren’t falling out the sky every five minutes…

Indian messaging app Hike Messenger overtook Whatsapp and Facebook on download numbers for India

Bhasha bagged yet another international award, this time for their Helakuru keyboard

Apple is apparently having problems with the production of the next iPhone

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A Singapore-based startup unveiled a Snapchat-esque app for documents

Singer became the distributor for Sony Mobile (and the Xperia Z2 officially arrived) 

We broke fast with the rest of the awesome Twitter community at #TweepsIftarnadella

Microsoft announced their decision to unify Windows across all platforms

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xaomi unveiled an $13 Fitness Band

SLASSCOM unveiled the first-ever IT/BPM industry review

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Someone launched a site to track cats worldwide. Creepy, right? 

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