The opening of the 29th SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur is kicking off this Saturday but the preliminary events are happening starting today. If you don’t want to miss out on all the action, here are a several ways to watch the events for free on your smartphone.
Huzzah! TM has announced a partnership with what is perhaps the most popular internet streaming service in the world: Netflix.
It appears Disney wants its own slice of the online streaming pie because the company just announced that they will be pulling their extensive catalogue of movies from Netflix in a bid to start their own streaming service. Yeap, that means you’ll soon have to pay ANOTHER subscription just to watch Disney movies.
YES has just released their new mobile self care app which allows customers to better manage their postpaid and prepaid accounts. To encourage more downloads, YES is giving 1GB of free data which is redeemable from the app.
Instant messaging app WhatsApp has achieved a new milestone today. In early 2016, WhatsApp had acquired one billion users on WhatsApp and now they are celebrating one billion active users that rely on WhatsApp daily for communication.
Ride-sharing services such as Uber and Grab often operate in the grey area of the law. Some countries have outright banned the service citing violation of transportation laws while others have started regulating with special licences.
Despite protests by taxi drivers, the Malaysian government appears to be supportive of ride-sharing to an extent that our recent Budget 2017 encourages people to use their BR1M money to purchase new vehicles for the service. Now both Uber and Grab are finally legal with the latest amendments passed in Parliament.
YouTube is updating their kid-friendly app, YouTube Kids with a new feature that’ll help those in areas with spotty mobile internet connections. Although that seems to be the primary use for this new feature, we think this could also help parents better curate the content their children watch.
WhatsApp is constantly experimenting with new things and this time, they are making videos more seamless with your current chat conversations. After opening up WhatsApp file transfer to any file format, the next big thing would be picture-in-picture viewing for both YouTube and video calls.
WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular instant messaging app is currently facing some disruptions in China. Photos and videos sent via WhatsApp were reported to be blocked while some claimed to be unable to send text-based messages.
Tencent, the company behind popular social chatting app, WeChat, has applied for a license to enable payment services in Malaysia. If this goes through, Malaysians make payments using their smartphones seamlessly via their linked bank accounts.