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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Today’s youths are the generation of digital natives who play a very important role in steering and ensuring the success of the digitalisation efforts in the country, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.
PUTRAJAYA: The eBelia programme, where e-wallet credit is given to youths has been increased from RM100 to RM150.
As Covid-19 figures continue to rise daily, there is mounting pressure on insurance companies to cover treatment costs. How will this pan out eventually?
As retailers around the world seek ways to make it easier for consumers to shop seamlessly without touching anything, one company in Japan is betting its technology can rule them all: a smart ring that can act as a wallet and a key.
AXA eCombo gives total protection from as low as RM71 online
AS we become more digital in our everyday life, most of us are now used to making online banking transactions and approving via SMS TAC.
GEORGE TOWN: The Covid-19 pandemic can be especially difficult for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who have a strong need for structure, predictability and specific routines and rituals.
PETALING JAYA: The government’s RM300mil eBelia programme, announced in Budget 2021, will be opened to about two million eligible young Malaysians from June 1.
Approximately two million eligible Malaysian youths and full-time students are invited to claim RM150 of e-wallet credit under the eBelia programme next month, the Ministry of Finance announced.