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Teachers continue to grapple with e-learning, as Internet access remains a challenge for many, making it even more difficult for students to adapt to remote lessons.
AFTER the successful launch of the Huawei P40 series, the MatePad Pro and the Watch GT 2e recently, the multinational technology giant is all set to wow the nation with what this new range of gadgets can do.
Staying home is being made more pleasant by telcos offering free data. But take heed of MCMC’s warning not to spread fake news.
Alipay, the mobile payment app owned by billionaire Jack Ma, is stepping up its competition with WeChat to get more of its 900 million users to tap expanded services in everything from real estate purchases to restaurant and cinema bookings.
When news of the coronavirus outbreak spread around the world in January, officials of the Malaysian tech company Qdos quickly realised what they needed to do to keep their factory in China running: get enough surgical masks for the 800 staff there.
Women across the country are enrolling themselves in programmes such as coding and robotics, equipping themselves to enter the burgeoning tech industry that’s widely perceived to be male dominated.
You can pick either a Samsung 50in 4K Smart UHD TV worth RM2,599 or enjoy an RM400 rebate off your phone purchase but for this you must also trade in your old camera.
Despite camera phones' complexity, they are less demanding on the user than the cameras of yore, in a time when film ruled.
The race is on for 5G but the government must mind the big 4G gap that still exists between urban and rural areas.
Touch 'n Go has announced that from Feb 15, RFID tags will be priced at RM35 for purchase at fitment centres nationwide.