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Conman uses FB to sell fake Jacky Cheung tickets

KUALA LUMPUR: A fraudster came up with a novel idea to make a fast buck when tickets to the coming Jacky Cheung concerts were sold out.

Facebook move will play out in long-term: analysts

Facebook’s move to highlight posts from friends and family over those from brands and publications follows months of turmoil for the social network and will result in lower advertising revenue – at least in the short-term, analysts said.

Tuition teacher claims trial to charge of selling fake licences

KUANTAN: A 30-year-old tuition teacher claimed trial at a magistrate’s court here today after he was charged with selling fake motorcycle and car licences.

Facebook’s new mission may be impossible: opinion

If Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg is sincere in a recent post about gradually taking the media element out of “social media,” he's striking a powerful blow for tech self-regulation, as well as preparing to pay a heavy price for the evolution of his vision.

More friends, less brands: Facebook’s new ‘more meaningful’ news feed

Facebook is rolling out a major update to its users' news feeds in an effort to emphasise "meaningful social interactions," the social media giant's founder Mark Zuckerberg announced Jan 11.

Japan public broadcaster flashes false missile alert

Tokyo: Japan’s public broadcaster mistakenly flashed that North Korea appeared to have launched a missile, warning people to take cover before apologising for the error only minutes later.

Facebook ‘fix’ needed, early investor Roger McNamee says

Roger McNamee, founding partner of Elevation Partners and an early investor in Facebook, is making lots of noise about how to "fix" Facebook.

Boxing - Joshua decries 'fake news' about his chin

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Anthony Joshua has dismissed as 'fake news' suggestions that he has a weak chin ahead of his world heavyweight unification bout with New Zealander Joseph Parker.

Android’s hide and seek with malicious apps continues

The open and flexible nature of Android OS makes it more vulnerable to security issues, than perhaps other operating systems such as iOS. The ever-evolving nature of malware also makes detecting malicious apps harder.

Another Chinese city admits "fake" economic data

BEIJING: A northern industrial city in China said its 2017 fiscal revenue was significantly less than it had earlier estimated partly due to "fake" additions, making a revision just days after reports of similar incidents fueled scepticism over official data.