The world is coming online and with that, habits are changing, most notably how we purchase goods and services. In the past, you had to crowd with everyone else doing their last minute holiday shopping but now you can get practically everything you need with a few simple taps.
Malaysia’s no different and the meteoric rise of e-commerce is almost scary. But every revolution has its victims and with such a drastic shift in how people discover and purchase goods, some start to wonder what’s going to happen to all the local brick and mortar small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
LIVE BLOG: Check out the best deals for 12.12 here.
The 12.12 sale is just a few hours away and if you’ve been catching up on our shopping guide, you’ll know that ShopBack is one of the best ways to get a little extra cashback when you purchase things online. What you may not know is that ShopBack will also be having their own promotions during the 12.12 sale.
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Who doesn’t love a big sale? Massive discounts, big coupons and awesome deals are always a welcomed sight. But the problem with massive sales is that can be really easy to get lost in the madness of it all.
This is where we come in. For this upcoming 12.12 sales — which will take place across many of the major e-commerce sites — we’ll be live blogging the best deals we can find online so you don’t have to.
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We’re just a few days away from one of the biggest sales events of the year: 12.12. And while most places offer discounts, there is one e-commerce website that does not only provide you discounts but will also give you a chance to win a brand new iPhone X and a holiday trip to Hawaii.
In an effort to speed up the process of going cashless, Bank Negara Malaysia has made some changes to the service fees for Instant Transfer transactions for individuals and small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
One of Sony Mobile‘s biggest criticisms is of their apparent lack of desire to redesign their handsets — recycling the same old look over and over again. Well, it’s that and the fact that, up until recently, Sony’s handsets have been awful value for money.
For 2018, it looks like Sony could be fixing at least one of those problems.
With 2017 coming to an end, most smartphone manufacturers are busy with their upcoming flagships for the first half of 2018. Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, is expected to release a new model to replace its current P10 series and there’s a possibility that it might not be called the P11.
A few weeks ago, Tencent had announced plans to introduce WeChat Pay in Malaysia. Now we are a step closer as Hong Leong Bank has received approval from Bank Negara Malaysia to offer WeChat Pay payment solutions together with Tencent’s payment arm.
Lazada is a marketplace for various things. Fashion, electronics, food, toasters, home appliances and even adult toys. But it looks like Lazada’s not done yet because now it looks like they’re selling cars.
Like an actual physical car that you can drive.
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Recently, TheStar reported that the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) will be taking action against those who fly drones without a permit. In addition to the stricter enforcement, the report also claims that the DCA is planning to impose a registration fee of up to RM800 plus a renewal fee of RM500 a year. The report cited an unnamed DCA spokesperson as the source of the information.
Obviously, this caused an uproar among drone enthusiasts in Malaysia and now the DCA itself refutes what TheStar’s alledges in its report.