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AFTER the successful launch of the Huawei P40 series, the MatePad Pro and the Watch GT 2e recently, the multinational technology giant is all set to wow the nation with what this new range of gadgets can do.
As frontliners fight against the spread of coronavirus, health officials and social media platforms take on viral misinformation.
The race is on for 5G but the government must mind the big 4G gap that still exists between urban and rural areas.
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.
THOSE who follow the latest trend in cellular network industry are probably gearing up for the next technological wave: the rise of the 5G network.
Huawei is debuting its first Sirim-certified 5G smartphone – the Mate 30 Pro 5G – this Friday, which retails for RM4,199.
Langkawi is the host to a majority of 5G demonstrations highlighting the next-generation network’s potential in healthcare, security and more.
Both Celcom and Maxis claimed they could quickly extend their 5G coverage in Langkawi by leveraging each other's existing 5G sites, demonstrating the feasibility of 5G infrastructure sharing to accelerate commercial rollout.
From 5G to artificial intelligence, here are key technologies that will make a difference this year.