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Maxis has denied claims that it reduced the speed of its Hotlink Unlimited prepaid service to 512Kbps as part of its Fair Usage Policy during the movement control order (MCO).
In China’s popular online-streaming industry, virtual gift-giving is big. You can send your favourite live performer anything from a rose for 5 yuan (RM3.14) to a space rocket for 500 yuan (RM312.84).
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Software giant Microsoft Corp is confident its search product Bing can fill the gap in Australia if Google pulls its search over required payments to media outlets, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday.
As the pandemic forces us to embrace an online world, experts say we need to be extra careful about our hearing when using headphones.
In Mississippi, an online vaccine registration system buckled in a sudden onslaught of traffic. Officials at a local health department in Georgia had to resort to counting every dose they receive before scheduling appointments. A US$44mil (RM177.87mil) national vaccine scheduling and tracking system is going largely unused by states.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg called Australian lawmakers last week to discuss rules that would make internet giants pay news outlets for content but failed to persuade them to change policy, the country's Treasurer said on Sunday.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Social media services including Facebook Inc and Reddit restrict discussions about weapons, drugs and other illegal activity, but their rules do not specifically mention another lucrative regulated good: stocks.
CIMB says its online banking service was mostly back to normal, including its instant bank transfer feature, though several features were still under maintenance.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian regulator is considering letting internet users choose what personal data companies like Google share with advertisers, as part of the country's attempts to shatter the dominance of tech titans.
Instant funds transfers on the CIMB Clicks website and app are temporarily unavailable due to unusually high traffic, says bank.