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.
Have you ever looked at the TV that’s hanging on your wall, or standing on your cabinet, or even the one chilling on the floor, and wondered: “Gee, if only it could also double as a painting.”
No? Me neither. But Samsung has, and this is their latest concoction in the television space. It’s called The Frame TV and yes, although that’s a very peculiar name, there is a reason for that.
U Mobile has just unveiled its newly revamped flagship store located on the ground floor at Berjaya Times Square. It’s more spacious than before as their customer service centre is now moved to a new dedicated space on the first floor of the same building.
Meizu has taken the covers off its latest flagship smartphone. Instead of making the display taller like Samsung and LG, the Chinese smartphone brand is trying to stand out by fitting a secondary display at the back.
This might remind you of YotaPhone but Meizu is taking a step further by fitting a colour AMOLED display that’s also touch enabled.