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Online shopping fraud is on the rise

The push by MasterCard, Visa and other systems to get retailers and consumers to use computer-chip cards instead of the old magnetic-stripe cards has had a classic unintended side effect.


Industrial Internet – Peek into tomorrow, today

MOST of us have experienced a car breakdown at some point of our lives. The hefty repair bill aside, we were either inconvenienced, late for an appointment or missed a meeting altogether – and that period of unplanned unproductivity resulted in either time cost, dollar cost, or both.


Congestion woes alongPan-Borneo highway

MIRI: Traffic congestion in several sections of the Pan-Borneo Highway in northern Sarawak has reached frustrating levels due to increasing passengers and commercial vehicles.


Floods recede as wet weather eases

PETALING JAYA: A sunny break in inclement weather saw floods in most parts of the country subsiding and evacuees allowed to return home.


MBPJ gets serious about recycling

PETALING Jaya City Council (MBPJ) plans to expand its recycling programme next year to ensure the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) concept is fully practised.


A more inclusive way forward

From DATUK DR AMAR SINGH HSS Immediate past president, DR WONG WOAN-YIING, Current president, National Early Childhood Intervention Council


Govt pledges to promote, increase exports of rubber gloves

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will continue to provide support to promote and increase the export of rubber gloves, as the sector has strong prospects, said Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong.


Panasonic in talks to buy ZKW to accelerate push into auto electronics: source

Japan's Panasonic Corp is in talks to buy European automotive light maker ZKW Group, accelerating its push into the automotive electronics market, a person familiar with the matter said.


Stricter control over snooker centres paying off

SIBU: Gone are the days when snooker is associated with gangterism and sleazy reputation, thanks to stricter control by the state government and local authorities.


Secure data when switching to cloud

CLOUD computing adoption in Malaysia markets has been growing at an unprecedented pace over the past decade, driven by businesses which demand speed and flexibility in delivering applications and services.