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Are Big Tech organisations applying pressure on companies that trade with them to ensure the profitability of their own businesses?
Dmitry Shapiro, a former MySpace executive and ex-Googler, is building a new technology in San Diego that he hopes will open the gates of app development to people of all types – not just those who can code.
Last year, Apple Inc software chief Craig Federighi said developers would be able to easily bring their iPad apps to Mac computers, essentially letting coders write an app once and deploy it across millions more devices. So far, the reality has fallen short for some developers and is even leaving consumers paying twice for apps.
The #mydigitalmaker movement, launched by MDEC in 2016, has gone on to see promising results, opening doors for young Malaysian students everywhere. Come to the #mydigitalmaker Fair 2019 at MITEC today and tomorrow and chart your own future.
Apple Inc has started a programme in Shanghai to help Chinese developers create apps as part of the iPhone maker's efforts to build out its services business in one of its most critical overseas markets.
Schools under the Education Ministry are not being left behind in the digital revolution.
Malaysia Club Network (MYCN) will be raising funds through equity crowdfunding (ECF) to finance the development of its mobile app as it aims to gain traction among young party-goers.
I-CITY is an exception to the notion that Shah Alam lacks entertainment venues.
ECOTECH Sales & Services Sdn Bhd is aiming to be the largest air-conditioner servicing company in Malaysia. And founder Yeo Weng Keong believes it can do this with an app – Airforce.
Jason Baker was studying political science at UC Davis when he got his hands on SimCity. He took a careful approach to the computer game.