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Telco opens its first standalone store in Taman Molek, Johor

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia’s 4G Internet service provider Yes officially opened its first Johor standalone Yes store – out of a shopping centre – in Taman Molek.


Budget 2014: Netizens see silver linings

PETALING JAYA: Following the tabling of Budget 2014 in Parliament by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, tweeters shared their take on the announcement with the #MyBudget2014 hashtag.htag.


Millionaire entrepreneur and his Internet plan key in Australian election

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A popular millionaire technology entrepreneur behind the Australian opposition's flagship revised plan for a national high-speed internet service is a not-so-secret weapon in Saturday's federal election.


Government to assign email addresses to all Iranians

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran is to assign all citizens an individual email address which the communications minister said on Monday would aid interaction between state authorities and the people.


Rights groups criticise Iran for pre-election harassment

DUBAI (Reuters) - Human rights groups have criticised Iran for curbing dissidents and journalists before Friday's presidential poll, the first since Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election ignited popular fury in 2009.


China's Twitter-like Weibo poses danger, opportunity for new leaders

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - As China prepares for a generational power shift in the next two weeks, a similar shift is happening online that is testing the limits and displaying the evolution of China's legions of state-directed censors.


Maxis taking its broadband service to more destinations

KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis will be expanding its fixed-line broadband Internet service called Maxis Home Services to areas outside the Klang Valley.


Consumers let down by cap on UniFi packages

PETALING JAYA: After the excitement of Telekom Malaysia unveiling UniFi, its high-speed broadband service that offers Internet speeds of up to 20 megabits per second (Mbps), the bubble burst for many consumers here.


Faster Internet speeds mean a shorter wait

PETALING JAYA: With high-speed broadband, the World Wide Web will no longer be the World Wide Wait to Malaysians who use the Internet.


FEATURE - Iran's resistance keeps up cat-and-mouse web game

TEHRAN (Reuters) - With their paths through the Internet increasingly blocked by government filters, Nooshin and her fellow Iranian opposition-supporters say their information on planned protests now comes in emails.