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More goodies for broadband users expected: Budget 2019

Broadband access for rural and remote areas as well as an expected lowering of costs are among the perks outlined.


MDEC partners with iCandy Interactive to promote blockchain games

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and videogame investor iCandy Interactive Limited signed an MoU over efforts to promote blockchain technology in game making in Malaysia.


Syariah compliant web browser aims to make the Internet a better place

The Internet can be a really toxic place, and hoping to turn it into a more nurturing and positive environment is Salam Web Technologies, a syariah-compliant Internet suite of services.


Al-Ishsal Ishak is the new MCMC chairman

Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo has announced the appointment of Al-Ishsal Ishak as the new MCMC chairman.


iPay88 Academy to help create successful e-commerce merchants

E-commerce is no longer the “new” way of running a business – it is in fact one of the most crucial ways to run a business in this day and age.


MDEC collaborates with Grab to beat KL traffic

MDEC fomalised an MOU to collaborate with Grab and use its real-time, anonymised traffic data to address Klang Valley's traffic woes.


Kitamen to raise up to RM2mil to primarily build gaming centres

Malaysian eSports lifestyle brand Kitamen seeks to raise RM500,000 to RM2mil through an equity crowdfunding (ECF) campaign to open more than a dozen new gaming centres.


Pikom reveals plans to boost investments in startups

Pikom's Sea Dragon initiative to match promising regional startups with investors to raise serious dough, with funding of up to USD25mil.


MDEC: Cyber security specialist in high demand, commands lucrative pay

Cyber security looks to continue being a highly lucrative career, as demand hugely outstrips supply with an estimated global shortage in the field to reach 1.5 million by 2020.


Alibaba to take on Kuala Lumpur’s traffic in first foreign project

Alibaba Group will set up a traffic control system harnessing artificial intelligence for Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur, its first such service outside China, as the e-commerce giant pushes to grow its cloud computing business.