You may have heard that Malaysia’s Anti-Fake News Bill 2018 was gazetted and went into effect yesterday, the 11th of April. It’s a bill that’s designed stop the spread of fake news which has become a hot topic of discussion lately.
Now that it’s in effect, what does this mean for you? Well, we went through Anti-Fake News act 2018 and have outlined some of the things you need to know about Malaysia’s new act.
UPDATE: The 14th General Election is happening on 9 May.
UPDATE 2: You can now check the actual venue for polling day.
Parliament was dissolved last week and the 14th Malaysian general election is happening very soon. If you’re a registered voter, it is advisable that you check your voting details at least a week before you head to the polls.
Whether this is your first time or if you’ve cast your vote before, here are three ways to check on your current status.
Despite not being particularly proficient at it, photography was always something that captured my interest. And it wasn’t because I wasn’t exposed to a lot of other hobby-like things, because I was. It’s just that there was something about freezing a moment in time that spoke to me in a way picking up old coins from the subway never did.
Coupled with the low-key hipster that lives in the back of my mind, there was naturally only one path this interest in taking photos would bring me down: Film photography, an art form that I think can be best described as the photographical equivalent of edging.
As more people come online, dangers of being online, and the dangers of being attacked by someone you don’t even know from a country you’ve never even heard of become more apparent. It then becomes paramount for tech giants like Google — on which a lot of us have most of our lives stored — to push for a safer internet environment.
However, the security that they implement can only do so much if you don’t take this seriously too. So, here are 5 tips Google’s shared to help you stay just that little bit safer when you’re browsing online.
Who doesn’t love a big sale? Massive discounts, big coupons and awesome deals are always a welcomed sight. But the problem with massive sales is that can be really easy to get lost in the madness of it all.
This is where we come in. For this upcoming 12.12 sales — which will take place across many of the major e-commerce sites — we’ll be live blogging the best deals we can find online so you don’t have to.
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As the year comes to a close, you already know what it’s time for — SALES. The first one to come up is the massive event that’s taking place on the 11th of November (tomorrow!), otherwise known as Single’s Day, and one of the biggest e-commerce participants is Lazada.
However, the problem with these big sales on big sites is, it can be easy to get overwhelmed by all the banners, products and methods to gain discounts. Add that to the fact that you will probably have to engage other shoppers in combat to get the best discounts for your favourite goods, this whole sale could be a huge cluster–mess.
There is good news because we’re here to help. Here are four quick tips that you can utilise to maximise discounts, improve ease of shopping and give you a head start tomorrow.
Y’know what tech enthusiasts say when a gadget starts dying? Every dying component is a reason to upgrade to a newer, less dead, and much faster version of that component. Smartphone feeling a little sluggish? Buy a new one! Gaming laptop fan getting too loud? Buy a new one! Did one of the rubber feet on your RGB keyboard fall off? Buy a new one!
So guess what we did when the hard disk on our Dell Inspiron 17 7000 2-in-1 started failing? Yep, we bought a new one. But, we also went one step further and wrote a comprehensive guide on how you can swap out your painfully slow mechanical hard disk drive for a newer, less dead and much faster solid state drive!
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Apple’s iPhone 8 just went on sale in Malaysia and although the handset doesn’t look all that different, Apple has added quite a few new features to this handset. But let’s not get bogged down with the “hardware” improvements Apple’s added to their new lineup of iPhones because it’s all about what you can do with it.
So, if you’re a new iPhone 8 user, here are some cool things you can do with your brand new handset.
We love our DJI Spark drone because there are lots to like about it. From stuff like its ultra-portable size, its flying prowess, image quality and even the stability of its mechanical gimbal, the Spark is a great entry-level drone.
However, if you think that DJI was able to produce something this small and affordable without at least some limitations, you’re kidding yourself. After spending some time with the Spark, here are five big things we learned that we think you should know about before you think of buying one for yourself.
Imagine this: You’re travelling overseas and you need to get some work done or check on a couple of stuff on your iPad but there’s no free WiFi available. You can consider switching on your phone’s wifi hotspot but some telcos might not let you enable hotspot on their network. If you’re using the newer iPad Pro with WiFi + Celluar support, there’s actually a third way of getting online.
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