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KOTA KINABALU: A bad internet connection, a lack of gadgets and other hindrances to online classes during this movement control order are not stopping determined teachers from ensuring their students keep up with their studies.
GEORGE TOWN: With the new school term extended due to the Covid-19 pandemic, students in children’s homes are facing difficulties with virtual classes and e-learning programmes.
Dress to impress, be punctual, and don’t panic if your WiFi connection drops out: Experts explain the dos and don’ts of online job interviews to help the process go more smoothly.
Even as the country makes a big push towards the next-generation 5G cellular network, Malaysians across the country complain of poor reception, some even having to leave their house just to get a better signal.
This was the only book that sustained my interest during a 22-hour flight to New York, amidst nausea caused by bad turbulence at that. As the plane rocked and rolled, Salam Pax's account of his life during the United States-Iraq war last year kept my eyes glued to the fluttering pages.
KOTA KINABALU: Another MP has landed himself in hot water after wading into the issue surrounding university student Veveonah Mosibin, whose videos of her trekking into the jungle and climbing trees to get an Internet connection to study went viral.
KOTA KINABALU: Things have been getting better for 18-year-old Veveonah Mosibin ever since she posted YouTube videos of herself spending the night up a tree to get better Internet access for her exam, and they went viral.
Deputy Minister's comment about Veveonah merely highlights reality of Sabah’s Internet gap, says youth council
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Youth Council says the predicament faced by Veveonah Mosibin in rural Pitas is not surprising as some areas in the state are still experiencing bad Internet connectivity.
The audacious hack of data on four million US government employees exposed America’s shaky cyber defences and the Obama administration’s ongoing struggle to develop an effective deterrence.
RMCO: Counsellors and therapists are taking their services online to help Malaysians adapt to the new normal
Will counselling sessions via video conferencing become the new normal for Malaysians during the Covid-19 pandemic?