Starting a successful business isn’t easy. In fact, it’s probably one of the most difficult things anyone could do in their lifetime. People say the hardest part is getting that one brilliant idea but what a lot of people don’t realise is that that is just the start of the hard work that you’ll actually have to put in to get your idea off the ground.
And that’s even before you inevitably come across complications that are well beyond your technical capabilities. Building an internet startup, for example, means that you will have to deal with all sorts of behind-the-scenes tech like data centres, servers and more which even I’ll admit I’m far from an expert on.
There is good news, though. As ServisHero CEO Karl Loo explains, the solution lies in cloud computing and in his case he’s talking about Amazon’s Web Services (AWS). This is how it helped him build Asia’s fastest-growing mobile marketplace for services.
Looking for super fast external storage options? Western Digital‘s (WD) got you covered as their new My Passport SSDs are finally coming to Malaysia.
Hari Raya is approaching and we all know what that means: It’s a long weekend with good food, festivities and great company. But, there’s also one other thing that’s nearly unavoidable for those who are travelling out of town and that’s traffic jams.
But we may have a quick and easy guide that can help you out.
Shortly after Apple showed off their new space-gray Magic Keyboard, Microsoft‘s flexing their keyboard muscles with the release of their brand new keyboard. It’s called the Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID and I think you already know what its standout feature is.
Just recently, ride sharing platform, Grab had a serious incident where a passenger was allegedly raped by one of their drivers. Before the dust settles, Grab is facing yet another problem which was made known through a viral video.
In the wake of the recent events surrounding Uber, I think it’s time we had a discussion about what I once called my favourite ride sharing service. Has Uber’s service been declining lately? Or is it just one terribly unlucky streak for them in Malaysia?
From my personal experiences, I have to say, it’s the former.
Hackathon. You’ve probably heard that term being thrown around before and if you’ve ever wondered what that is, you’re not alone. We were pretty curious too so we went all the way down to Singapore to attend Amazon’s AWS Hackday so we could find out just what a hackathon is.
Here’s what you need to know.
Professionals have been yearning for an update to Apple’s workstation Mac Pro for years now and finally Cupertino is giving them exactly what they wanted…well, almost.
What Apple has done is marry the workstation-like performance of the Mac Pro with the compact and slim form-factor of the iMac. Meet, the iMac Pro, Apple’s most powerful Mac ever.
Wow, Apple‘s doing it again. They’re taking yet another stab at reinventing the way we listen to music with a home speaker that they’re calling the….HomePod.
Hmm, we’re not too sure how we feel about that name, but the specs do seem enticing.
Unless you’ve been living under rock for the past few years, you would probably have heard of Siri, Apple‘s witty AI assistant that’s designed to make your life a little easier. It’s also no secret that Apple programs little jokes, quips and Easter eggs into Siri just to make her a little more human-like.
So, in this holy month of Ramadan, what happens when you ask Siri if she fasts?