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Homegrown companies in Ipoh and Sitiawan prove that high tech outfits can thrive in a small town. Their services have expanded abroad but their headquarters remain where they started.
Affordable Laptops, especially in the sub-RM2,000 range, were sold out in Ipoh due to high demand from parents, who were buying laptops for their kids studying at home.
For these three couples, technology helped Cupid’s arrows land on target.
Malaysian YouTube sensation ‘Sugu Pavithra’ receives first earnings from video-sharing company, warns of imposter social media accounts
After months of waiting, the Malaysian couple behind the YouTube channel and Internet sensation ‘Sugu Pavithra’ were over the moon to have finally received their first earnings from the video-sharing company.
Worried about traffic to the airport? Travelers can now use the newly introduced GrabPay mobile e-wallet to book KLIA Ekspres train tickets.
Malaysia is ramping up the rollout of 5G but it won’t be deployed here until the technology is tested to be safe, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo.
Destiny Ivey knew something was up as soon as she got the text. Her friend had sent a message with just her mom’s phone number.
Those looking to catch a bus back home can now pay for their tickets using the Touch ‘n Go e-wallet at the Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) counters.
The entire city of Cyberjaya and a major bus terminal have gone cashless, just in time for Malaysians to spend the RM30 from the e-Tunai Rakyat initiative.
In line with the movement control order, Malaysian telcos are recommending that customers use their apps or phonelines, though most are keeping service outlets open.