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By day, Thor Al Wayne, 26, puts on his white coat and serves as a physiologist in a private hospital. But right after dusk, he changes into the iconic pink and gray uniform, sets up his tracking system on his smartphone and prepares to make food deliveries.
Indonesia has tried all kinds of tricks in the book to revive sluggish consumer spending, from tax-free cars to cashbacks, to little result. Now it’s turning up the hype on online shopping.
Drones have once again become the “eyes” for authorities, especially the Royal Malaysia Police, to monitor the Covid-19 standard operating procedure (SOP) compliance at Ramadan bazaars around the capital.
When South African tech entrepreneur Lisa Adams passed hundreds of students stranded on the roadside with suitcases after fire tore through their campus in Cape Town this week, she raced home to her laptop to help.
Although there are many religious apps on the market, local developers are designing apps that are more suited for Muslims in Malaysia.
Seda to promote Save 2.0 programme, which has been undersubscribed with only 40,000 of the expected 140,000 households benefiting so far.
The sticker pack which is available in Bahasa Malaysia here can be used to express time for breaking fast, tarawih prayers and more.
Digi's Sahur Data Pass offers 100GB of data for a week, but as the name suggests, it can only be used predawn between 3am and 7am.
Warong Rider, a delivery service that is scheduled to begin operations in Melaka this fasting month, is set to offer an alternative for the people in the state to purchase food from the Ramadan bazaars.
(Reuters) - Working in close quarters, surrounded by maps of the Middle East, a small team based in Israel’s foreign ministry are focusing their sights on the Arab world.