With faster 4G connectivity and more data for video streaming, you must be wondering which telco in Malaysia has the best video streaming experience. To find out, Google Malaysia has announced a new YouTube Video Checkup tool that ranks each telco by its streaming quality.
I know, I know, the title might be a little confusing. But that is exactly what Apple‘s new application for iOS is — a simple video and photo capture + editor designed to capture “social videos” without actually having its own social network to share it on.
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Celcom has just introduced Celcom Game Hero, a mobile gaming tournament with a pool of RM1,000,000 prize money up for grabs. This is the biggest mobile game tournament in Malaysia in collaboration with its gaming partner, Techninier Sdn Bhd.
Google Maps is getting more useful with every new update. For those who always have problems locating their vehicle at the carpark, this latest version is just what you need.
Cash is such an archaic way to make payments. Not only is it more prone to being stolen, you also have to make constant trips to the ATM machine to withdraw more cash. Cards, on the other hand, require signatures or pins and that’s pretty inconvenient when you’re in a rush.
So, what’s left then? Well, that’s where Samsung Pay comes in and here are the 3 reasons why you should start jumping on this bandwagon right this moment.
Uber has been operating in Malaysia for 3 years now. To mark the occasion, the ride-sharing service is now rolling out in Alor Setar, Langkawi and Miri.
First it was the closed beta program for Android, then came the “unreleased” version that was unstable under most circumstances. Now Celcom has finally stepped up their game and officially released their postpaid app that you can download from Google Play Store.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-sharing service has expanded its GrabCar service in more places in Malaysia. In its latest expansion, you can now request a GrabCar in Ipoh, Kuantan, Kuching and Seremban. The new locations are available starting today and this also includes districts of Nilai and Port Dickson.
Your daily commute is going to get easier as Waze has added Spotify integration within its navigation app. So if you’re shuffling between your favourite tracks or playlist, you can do it all from the same Waze interface.
Ride-sharing is probably the best thing to ever happen for the Klang Valley. While our public transport infrastructure is improving with new lines and new trains, getting from point A to point B is still very much reliant on road transport.
Just recently Grab had introduced its new service that’s called GrabShare. Like the same suggests, it’s basically a GrabCar service which you can share with another passenger. Think of it as car-pooling on a GrabCar platform. Is it any good? We gave it a try to find out more.
With the current road congestion, carpooling is the way to go but it takes a lot of coordination from multiple parties. Sure, you can organise a pickup of your colleagues who are staying at different places but the designated driver ends up spending more time going point to point to pick up everyone.