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Tech takes on taxis

A cab at your disposal any time of the day, anywhere in the world sounds too good to be true, but this is the proposition being offered by Easy Taxi, an online taxi booking service.

TECH

Call to action

A new breed of tough and tiny cameras lets you capture yourself in action.

Nation

Into thin air

Suicide, new 9/11-style terrorism, aliens, parallel universes and exploding mangosteens. A month on, the theories spawned by the disappearance of flight MH370 are not getting any closer to resolving the mystery.

Nation

RapidKL monorail stops operations this Sunday for signals upgrading

KUALA LUMPUR: The RapidKL monorail service will be suspended from midnight on April 12 to 6am on April 14 to facilitate upgrading of its signalling system which includes the introduction of 12 new sets of four-car trains.

Nation

Seatbelt use ruling for all bus passengers to be fully enforced in five years

SEREMBAN: The ruling for mandatory seatbelt use for all bus passengers will be fully enforceable in five years' time, if a Transport Ministry proposal comes into play.

Nation

George Town is not a 'sex city', says Penang CPO

GEORGE TOWN: Police have denied a report by a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that George Town is a 'sex city' because it has at least 200 hotspots that offer sex services.

Community

Totally intexticated

OUR phones have become natural extensions of our hands, and texting – like breathing, salivating and, at least for me, oozing raw sex appeal – has become an almost involuntary activity that we do any time, any place.

Cycling

Looks like Muhd Edrus won’t be quitting just yet

KUALA LUMPUR: It looks like national track cyclist Muhd Edrus Yunos will have to reconsider his intention to retire early.

Nation

Radio taxi companies not affected by smartphone apps, claim operators

PETALING JAYA: Despite the numerous smartphone applications that have made it easier for the public to get a cab, radio taxi companies claim that their business has not been affected since many still prefer the old school method of calling for a cab.

Nation

MH370: Ask Boeing and CIA, don't blame MAS, says Dr Mahathir

PETALING JAYA: Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on Sunday suggested that Boeing and the Central Intelligence Agency should be questioned over the missing Flight MH370.