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Time dotCom says it will work with Facebook to invest in the nation's Internet infrastructure in an effort to exclusively support the social media giant's bundle of apps.
Lee was introduced along with a new line-up of council members for 2019-2020 at a recent Pikom annual general meeting.
Hong Kong protests: Facebook rolls out new worldwide policy regarding pictures of children after doxxing cases
Content policy manager at social media giant says Facebook now removes any content designed to identify children and create risks to their safety. Since anti-government protests began in Hong Kong, both protesters and police officers have fallen victim to doxxing and other cyber assaults.
Netflix is putting boots on the ground in ever greater numbers and setting up offices and production hubs worldwide.
Dozens of demonstrators arrived outside of BlizzCon, Activision Blizzard's annual convention to promote its current and upcoming releases, on Friday to protest the company's decision to take punitive action against a professional Hearthstone player who made a statement of support for Hong Kong during a livestream.
Google’s US$2.1bil (RM8.72bil) acquisition of Fitbit Inc means two of the largest technology companies now dominate the US market for fitness tracking devices and data, and the purchase is already coming under fire from US lawmakers.
If you hesitate over digitalisation, you will be eliminated, supermarket operator tells Hangzhou forum. Another operator says delivery of fresh food ordered online key to return to profit.
Asian video streaming services are challenging Western giants seeking to expand in the region.
Malaysia is first country in South-East Asia to get the mobile-only Netflix plan, priced at RM17 per month, that allows viewing on one device in standard definition.
There isn’t a day that goes by without us hearing or reading about how the government is ramping up efforts to introduce 5G.