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To discover if one of its Linux-based systems has any vulnerabilities, Microsoft invited researchers to hack the IoT security solution for US$100,000 (RM432,450).
Customers can now get their Touch ‘n Go RFID tags installed at Fitment Centres reopened in Klang Valley, Penang and Johor.
Google Chrome's latest feature, tab groups, will help manage messy multiple tabs, perfect for those who refuse to close tabs instead.
To go anywhere in Singapore these days, Joni Sng needs mobile phone apps and other technologies – a QR code to enter shops, a digital map to see how crowded a mall or park is, and a tracker to show if she was near someone infected with the coronavirus.
Bank of Kyoto, a regional lender based in the ancient Japanese city, has a unique buffer against the hit to tourism from the coronavirus – dividends from local high-tech heavyweights.
In April this year, TikTok and its Chinese version Douyin surpassed two billion downloads globally. It has found itself in the crosshairs of authorities in recent months, with a ban on the app in India and the US also considering taking similar action.
Tencent’s PUBG Mobile, the top-grossing mobile game in India, escaped a recent ban of 59 Chinese apps in China. But even a further ban looming on the horizon is unlikely to be a major threat to most Chinese gaming companies, experts say.
What might look like playful works of art or glorified egg-beating are in fact games and apps that, with a tap of the button, help users beat procrastination, reduce stress or take time for a pause in their day. Here's an overview of three such apps.
Cleaner apps promise to free up space and speed up your Android smartphone – except most of them are a waste of time.
TikTok rivals like Triller battle for influencers as US ban looms, but some say no other platform compares
Competitors are already taking advantage of TikTok’s impending shutdown to entice its users and creators to switch platforms, the app’s lawyers say. Trump-approved Triller is reportedly dangling equity and official company positions for TikTok stars to tell followers they are switching platforms.