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The Week That Was: Internet connectivity and fake news make local headlines while Facebook faces #StopHateforProfit reckoning
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says the increase in compounds issued to telcos proves its commitment in improving service.
Uber Flash service has received more than 2.4 million trip requests since its debut in March with monthly orders growth more than doubling.
Online love scam syndicate busted in joint operation by police from Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore
The syndicate swindled US$4.34mil from 139 women across the four locations. 39 people were arrested, and three dozen other suspects were also nabbed for trying to launder the proceeds of the crime.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo said 5G will not be deployed in Malaysia until it has met the required safety standards.
Imagine you’re a moderately successful Indian rapper eager to graduate to global superstardom. You’ve had a few domestic number-one hits and performed on a handful of Bollywood soundtracks, but the likes of South Korea’s BTS and Psy — other artistes who don’t primarily sing in English — have something you don’t: a viral YouTube smash that breaks some sort of record.
Many of the interactive information and entertainment systems turning up in newer cars may be distracting enough to increase the risk for accidents, especially for older drivers, a new AAA Foundation study finds.
A new trend is emerging among unscrupulous Grab and Gojek drivers in Singapore – using bootleg versions of the apps to earn extra income.
The European Commission is largely happy with the first year of its sweeping digital privacy rules. Evidence mounts, however, that the General Data Protection Directive, or GDPR, as applied today hurts smaller firms and has no effect on tech giants, which are the least interested in preserving user privacy.
Google has settled for US$11mil (RM45.26mil) a long-running class-action lawsuit claiming that it discriminated against hundreds of older workers by failing to hire them because of their age.
A Russian defence contractor accused by the United States of supporting cyberattacks has developed sophisticated software used to spy on smartphones, an American security company said on July 24.