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New year, new tactics to keep your personal info safe after Marriott data breach

Whether or not your data was compromised in the recent Marriott hack affecting the large hotel chain, there are still a few things you can do to make sure your information stays safe while you're on the road.


AI fail: Japan’s Henn-na Hotel dumps ‘annoying’ robot staff, hires humans

Dinosaur receptionists are a thing of the past as Japan’s first robot hotel concludes there “are places where they are just not needed”.


Hong Kong’s smaller businesses think ‘we’re too small to be hacked’ despite hacking experience, insurer finds

About 70% of smaller businesses surveyed said they had been hacked or had data compromised, yet only about half carry cybersecurity insurance in city named a top hacking destination, insurer Chubb reports.


Britain launches app for EU citizens to stay after Brexit

The British government launched a phone app Jan 21 to allow some 3.5 million EU nationals to apply to stay after Brexit – immediately receiving a mixed reception from immigrants increasingly concerned about their fate.


This portable robot cleans hotel beds for frequent-flying germophobes

A bizarre new robot is able to drive itself around your hotel bed, zapping bacteria and germs, navigating itself between your sheets on its tiny wheels. But do you really need it?


Macron calls for EU agency to stop cyberattacks on elections

With the European Union heading into a series of critical elections, French leader Emmanuel Macron sounded the alarm about foreign interference and called for the formation of an EU-wide body to protect voting from “cyberattacks and manipulations”.


Long before Trump’s trade war with China, Huawei’s activities were secretly tracked

The surprise arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer in December quickly turned the executive, Meng Wanzhou, into a central figure in a trade war between two economic superpowers.


Saudi app criticised for feature to control women’s travel

The Saudi government app Absher is mostly a way for people to pay traffic fines and complete other administrative tasks electronically. But one feature isn’t sitting well with civil-rights advocates: the ability for men to grant or deny a woman permission to travel.


Represent Malaysia in eSports for the 2019 SEA Games

eSports Malaysia (ESM) has just announced that they will be holding a nationwide eSports player selection to find Malaysia's representatives for the 2019 SEA Games.


Grab Malaysia to introduce helicopter food delivery service GrabFoodCopter... on April 1

Grab Malaysia says new helicopter food delivery service GrabFoodCopter is aimed at Malaysians who are too ashamed to admit they love Singaporean food more and would like to get it delivered to them... secretly. Coming April 1.