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KUALA LUMPUR: Samsung Malaysia Electronics leveraged its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9, for a good cause, raising more than RM115,000 for the Education Ministry in an auction.
Want the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 but already have a rather new smartphone? Samsung Malaysia Electronics has a trade-in offer, with rebates up to RM3,200.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government can sell Equanimity in a few months.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government and the Attorney General (AG) should refrain from meddling in the governance of the Malaysian Bar to ensure the legal body maintains its independence, says AG Tommy Thomas.
While most corporations stop at charity, Samsung Malaysia Electronic has gone a step further by sharing its tech know-how with 16 local startups.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Attorney General (AG) has advised the Government to reduce its involvement in the Bar Council, calling on the legal fraternity to instead draft a new bill for their profession.
Bands turn to streaming to get their music discovered, with the hopes of getting enough fans so they can tour and make real money.
Though analogue fans may mourn the loss of physical mediums like CDs, going digital may have saved the industry, according to data by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).
You can lease the just-announced Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for RM99 a month.
Make video chats on Facebook Messenger even more silly with live Augmented Reality games.