WeChat users can now pay using their app with the roll out of its e-wallet component.
Maxis is offering Fibre plans that are cheaper and faster, with packages going at 30mbps and 100mbps, starting Sept 13. Customers can pre-register too.
The US is siding with fair housing groups that claim Facebook Inc’s ad targeting tools permit discrimination based on sex, religion, familial status and national origin.
Indian ride-hailing company Ola began operating in south Wales on Aug 20 ahead of a planned expansion across Britain by the end of the year, intensifying its battle with US rival Uber.
The Redcore “farce” has exposed abuse of the “independent innovation” and pursuit of rapid success in China’s tech industry, state media warned in a commentary published on Aug 20.
Uber the global ride-hailing company, is considering expanding into two other East African countries before the end of 2018, focusing on low cost services like Chap Chap in Kenya, the company said.
Celebrities and influencers who endorse products without labelling their social media posts as paid-for by brands were warned that they were breaking the rules as Britain's regulator launched an investigation into the trend.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development accused Facebook of breaking the law by letting landlords and home sellers use its ad-targeting system to discriminate against potential buyers or tenants.
The head of Amazon.com Inc’s India business has a radical idea for his troops: Log off, get a life.
Forget swimming goggles and running cleats. As athletes gather for Asia’s biggest sporting event in Jakarta this week, much of the attention will be on computer mice and chunky headphones.
Apple Inc’s pulled thousands of gambling apps from its Chinese store after the nation’s state-run broadcaster accused the smartphone maker of dragging its feet on cleaning up banned content.
Amazon is turning up the volume in the music business.
Google executives admitted for the first time this week that they’re looking to get their search engine up and running in China after a hiatus of almost a decade.
It's the end of an era as Netflix phases out written reviews in favour of thumbs-up or thumbs-down reactions to determine what shows users prefer watching.
While lamenting abusive conduct on Twitter Inc, chief executive officer Jack Dorsey said any move to block content based on political or social views would stoke already rising concern about the power of social-media companies.
US technology giants plan to intensify lobbying efforts against stringent Indian data localisation requirements, which they say will undermine their growth ambitions in India, sources said.
Mike Cooper and his four colleagues in Amazon's inaugural class of veterans-turned-technologists won't make a dent in the company's roughly 17,000 job openings.
Here is an abridged list of items Instagram influencer Dianna Hughes never needs to buy: Bikinis, groceries, shampoo, conditioner, condiments, face wash, mascara and foundation.
The mysterious hacker claimed to have the goods on Ed Eisen and threatened to release a video of him watching porn unless he paid US$7,000 (RM28,732).
Octopath Traveler shows that old-school RPGs can learn new tricks.