The new Malaysian Government has just revealed its full cabinet lineup. Taking the helm of the Communications and Multimedia Ministry is Gobind Singh Deo, the Member of Parliament for Puchong. The swearing-in ceremony is scheduled to take place next Monday, 21 May.
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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.
With the rise in popularity of blockchain technology, it becomes crucial that people get a head start in finding the best way to use this relatively new technology. When it comes to that, not many understand this need better than Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).
When it comes to making contactless payments, Visa payWave is the most convenient option for consumers today. Despite some misconceptions about contactless payments, Visa payWave is actually a lot safer than you think and here are three things that you need to know.
During Tun Mahathir’s swearing-in ceremony as the 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia, you would probably notice a smartphone on the front pocket of His Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong. We are curious what smartphone does Tuanku use, and some of our readers have tried guessing as well.
UPDATE: Undi.info is inaccessible. Here’s the alternative link.
The time is nearly upon the us. As the 14th Malaysian General Elections (GE14) kicks off tomorrow, it is up to the Rakyat to decide the kind of leaders they want. It would be an understatement to say that it’s an important day for Malaysia as tomorrow’s results will pretty much decide the fate of our country for the next few years.
That’s why it’s important to keep up with the results as they unfold. Thankfully, there’s a really easy way for you to do so.
The 90s saw the rise of the internet. Before smartphones were a thing, the only way to go online is through a computer that’s hooked up via a dial-up connection. While most computers were beige boxes that are complicated to setup, Apple had introduced the iMac in 1998. Today marks its 20th anniversary and it has certainly changed the way we look at desktop machines.
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.