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Pokémon Go, IKEA furniture, Smart Sleeper shortlisted as Designs of the Year

The Design Museum in London has announced the shortlist for its annual Beazley Designs of the Year.


Kuala Lumpur Hunters triumph at The Legends Circuit Malaysia, win RM40,000

The Legends Circuit Malaysia will be reorganised into the League Of Legends Championship Malaysia moving forward.


Selangor Cyber Games is back with RM180,000 prize money

The total prize pool of RM180,000 will be split among the tournaments for the four featured games.


Twitter creates ‘lite’ version for data-starved users

Twitter Inc is launching a faster version of its mobile service aimed at people with sporadic connections or little data on their smartphone plans, hoping to pick up users in harder-to-reach emerging markets.


FIFA Mobile makes Hazard perfect player, adds Daily Objectives

An official update to the iOS build of FIFA Mobile Soccer"has tweaked the stats of Chelsea and Belgium player Eden Hazard to make him the game's best, while there's a new reason to check in every day.


TV anywhere: Astro Go mobile app relaunched

Astro has revamped and jazzed up its mobile app, as it believes that everyone wants their own personal screen.


Facebook will livestream Mexican soccer in deal with Univision

Facebook Inc is adding live games from Mexico’s top soccer league to its growing streaming sports portfolio.


EU to end barriers to Netflix, BBC iPlayer in 2018

The EU took a major step toward allowing people to use their online entertainment such as Netflix or BBC iPlayer all across Europe, officials said.


‘Beckileaks’ e-mail furore puts brand Beckham on the back foot

David Beckham, the former England football captain turned international celebrity, was hit by a media onslaught on Feb 6 after a series of hacked e-mails raised questions over his charity work after being made public.


China nibbles at Samsung share to take 50% of India’s smartphone market

Chinese brands took their largest ever slice of the US$10bil (RM44.75bil) Indian smartphone market in late 2016, accounting for more than one in every two phones sold – a growing market share that ate into sales from top-selling Samsung Electronics.