Huawei‘s Mate 10/10 Pro launch revealed a lot of interesting things about the smartphone. The company’s big push into localised AI, for example, could be huge for the smartphone world as a whole. The other, perhaps equally interesting feature, is something called EasyProjector.
On the surface, it looks like a more elegant version of Samsung’s DeX Station.
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You’ve heard of Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Well, it looks like there’s going to be a new Pay in the game and that Pay is called Sarawak Pay. Yep, Bank Negara has just approved Sarawak’s own cashless payment system.
From the telco that brought you plantable ang pows, here comes another interesting money packet for the coming festival of lights. This Deepavali, Maxis wants you to share the gift of light on your smartphone with Deepagrams.
To embrace the spirit of giving, Celcom is making it easier to purchase and send digital gifts to your friends and loved ones with OleOle. If you’re a prepaid user, you can purchase e-gifts using your prepaid credit, while postpaid users can have it charged through their monthly bill. This e-gifting platform is made possible in partnership with WOGI (World of Gifts).
In a bid to increase efficiency, Uber is introducing wait-time charges in Singapore. Since time is money, Uber will be charging riders that make their drivers wait unnecessarily. If everyone shows up on time, this could reduce drivers’ idle time which could translate to more rides each day.
It’s here. The time has come and Twitter has finally alleviated one of the biggest headaches people face when they use the microblogging site: Its word count.
Have you ever found yourself in a town you’re not very familiar with, have time to kill, and want to go sightseeing? Well if you’re in Ipoh when those desires align, Uber is here to give you a hand with their brand new feature in Malaysia: UberTRIP.
What looks like a brand new MVNO (riding on Maxis’ network) has popped up on our radar. It’s called ookyo and it claims to offer “unlimited internet” for RM30/month. But, after a little digging, ookyo seems more like a Maxis sub-brand — kind of like Happy to Digi back in the day — than an MVNO.
Uber, the company that’s known for offering rides on demand has introduced UberEATS. This is their food delivery service and it has gone live starting today in Kuala Lumpur.
UPDATE: UberEATS has gone live in Kuala Lumpur.
First, they provided rides on demand. Next, Uber is going to deliver food straight to your doorstep right here in Malaysia. Get ready folks, it looks like UberEATS is launching very soon in the Klang Valley.