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Malaysia legalises e-hailing services as Grab, Uber compete

Malaysia's parliament on July 27 passed two bills that will legalise e-hailing services, as ride-hailing firms Grab and Uber Technologies Inc race to expand in the region.


Uber in the crosshairs as SoftBank helps rivals raise US$9bil

Uber Technologies Inc is at risk of losing out on another big chunk of the global market.


Do more with Digi's Freedom To Internet

Listen to music, watch more videos, play games and surf the Internet while overseas with Digi's latest offerings.


Nokia updates ye olde 3310

Handphone maker Nokia is back after a long absence with four-budget friendly phones, including the iconic Nokia 3310.


Uber says to partner with taxis in Myanmar expansion drive

Uber Technologies Inc is only hiring government-accredited taxi drivers in Myanmar, a regional executive said, a move that allows it to avoid the legal hurdles that have dogged it across Asia in one of the region's last frontier markets.


Uber to restart Taiwan operations after two-month pause

Uber said it would relaunch its ride-hailing service in Taiwan following a two-month hiatus on the island after sparring with authorities over legal issues.


A necklace that acts as earphones; or is it the other way round?

The One Acoustic in-ear headphones make wearable tech fashionable and trendy.


As ride-hailing firm Grab announces Myanmar expansion, is Uber about to follow?

On March 21, one of Southeast Asia's leading ride-hailing companies Grab announced that it has launched beta trials of its GrabTaxi service in Myanmar. But Uber isn't far behind.


Google and sister company to offer cybersecurity to election groups

Google and sister company Jigsaw are joining forces to defend election organisers and civic groups against cyberattacks.


Southeast Asian ride hailing firm Grab expands to Myanmar

Ride hailing firm Grab, the main Southeast Asian rival of Uber Technologies Inc, launched services in Myanmar, expanding operations to a seventh country in the region.