For the month of Ramadhan, SOCAR has introduced a new Buka Puasa Stress-Free pass promo where you can rent a car overnight with petrol included for a low flat fee. This lets you pick up a car before Buka Puasa and you can return it the next morning for as low as RM20 (excluding GST).
YouTube has become a staple for many of us as a source of entertainment. From the latest music to all your games and gadgets review you can find most of them on YouTube. However, YouTube is a platform that generates their money through selling ads and with that in mind, they are not shy to push relevant content and ads to your feed for better targeting purpose.
For instance, I was looking into the latest God of War review on YouTube, and later that evening all my recommended feed are swarmed with random videos regarding the game. This is how hard YouTube pushes content into your feed. However, there are ways to overcome it.
Tomorrow marks the first day of Ramadhan. A sacred time of the year for our fellow Muslims friends as they embark on a journey of spiritual reflection and worship. As we all know, aside from embracing the Holy month we will be embracing one of the busiest traffic seasons in Malaysia as well.
For a smoother drive, Waze has shared some useful tips and traffic predictions based on historical data they have acquired in the past years.
The whole Grab-Uber takeover felt a lot like a bad divorce. Where there was once balance, there is only chaos for everyone left behind. It didn’t matter if you were a driver, rider or couch potato looking to have food delivered to your doorstep — as long as you used one of their services, you would have felt the repercussions.
While the transition was supposed to be smooth, the handful of drivers and riders I’ve spoken to seems to feel otherwise. But, I’m not here to talk about “word on the street”. No, today is about a service that we actually use a lot in the office: UberEats. Or rather, the service that will eventually replace it. It’s called GrabFood and here are our first impressions.
Ever since Android Marshmallow, version updates for the world’s most popular mobile operating system have been less about major redesigns and more about tweaking what works to make everything better. And, for the most part, it works because Android Oreo is definitely a slick experience.
However, with Android P, Google‘s shaking things up. This version of Android represents the biggest overhaul the company has made to the way you experience Android for a long time. It’s almost like an entirely new OS and here are the three biggest changes you need to know about.
Car sharing provider, SOCAR, currently has 300 cars on its fleet. To celebrate its new milestone, they are offering a new promo where you can book a car from as little as RM3 per hour or RM30 per day. If you haven’t tried SOCAR, this is probably the best time to give it a spin.
If you have a Twitter account, it’s highly recommended that you change your passwords as soon as possible. A bug on Twitter’s platform was just discovered and there’s a chance that it could put your account at risk.
Facebook’s handling of user data had undergone a lot of scrutinity and Mark Zuckerberg has promised to take necessary steps to win back trust from its users. Ahead of Facebook’s F8 conference, Mark has announced a new option that would allow users to clear their tracks on its platform. This is probably the biggest privacy control yet from Facebook.
Earlier today, several mainstream media titles had reported that Tun Mahathir vows to put an end to ride sharing services in Malaysia. The report claimed that the opposition wants to abolish e-hailing applications and services if they win in the upcoming election.
If you’re sick and tired of dealing with low-ballers and cheap people who are constantly asking for the “best price” for your secondhand products on websites like Mudah and Carousell, there’s good news!
Now you’ve got a whole new platform for you to list your secondhand products and deal with even more low-ballers and cheap people asking for the “best price”, because Facebook has just launched “Marketplace” in Malaysia!