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Avita entering Malaysian market – cuts laptop price from RM2,299 to RM688

A new brand of laptop brand, Avita, will be entering the Malaysian market, starting with its fashion-oriented Liber range.

The suite life in KL’s Golden Triangle

From shopping malls to hidden enclaves, street food to chic cafes, all are within walking distance from the strategically located Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang in Jalan Imbi.

Two days of scams and ‘X’ banks

MY smartphone rang. An automa­ted voice said: “You have made a RM1,700 purchase in Poh Kong using your Bank ‘X’ Platinum card at 12.15pm. If you have not made the purchase, please press nine.”

KL cops: Fewer instances of commercial crime this year

KUALA LUMPUR: There has been a drop in commercial crime in the city this year, with losses amounting to about RM242mil.

Christmas magic is alive in KL

IN CELEBRATION of this jolly season, BBKLCC has been transformed into a festive hub across nine of its mall members in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Gang stole RM100,000 in gadgets in six months

SEPANG: Although only known to have been operating for six months, a gang of thieves are believed to have stolen about RM100,000 worth of electronic gadgets.

Police launch manhunt for mastermind behind computer robbery gang

SEPANG: The police are on a manhunt for Ravi Suppiah, the mastermind behind a gang responsible for stealing over RM100,000 worth of computers.

Stepping stone for young swimmers

THE Second Selangor Novice Swim Meet continues to play a pivotal role in helping young swimmers gear up for high-level competitions.

Protection for dealers from buying stolen phones

KUALA LUMPUR: A measure to protect handphone dealers from buying used phones which are stolen items has now been introduced in the form of a “used phone trade-in agreement”.

Used phone trade-in agreement to prevent stolen phones being traded

KUALA LUMPUR: A "used phone trade-in agreement" has been introduced to protect mobile phone dealers from unknowingly buying stolen phones.