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In case you missed it, Setel is an e-wallet by Petronas which allows you to pay for petrol with your smartphone. To encourage more signups, Setel is now running a promo where you can get 10% rebate on your petrol purchases for 30 days.Read the rest of this entry »
UPDATE: MCMC has reached out to let us know the official phone numbers that will be used for the purpose of this survey. Here’s what they said:
For the purpose of this survey, these are the legitimate numbers from MCMC, 03-86888235 and 03-86888234. Should you need further clarifications, please contact us at 1800188030 or email at [email protected]
If you receive a phone call from any other numbers claiming that they are conducting a survey on behalf of MCMC, suffice to day that you can ignore it.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) will be conducting a survey by phone from 12 November until 12 December 2018. This is to collect data on mobile phone users in Malaysia and if you’re lucky, your number could be picked for the survey.Read the rest of this entry »
Lazada Malaysia has surpassed last year’s 11.11 singles day sales performance within the first nine hours of this year’s 11.11 sales. Interestingly, top selling item for the one day sale is Milo. Over 27 tones of Milo were purchased on Lazada within the first 2 hours of the 11.11 sales day.
YouTube is doing its bid to curb the spread of fake news with the rollout of the Top News and Breaking News features to viewers in Malaysia. The video platform now indicates to viewers which videos are from reliable news sources. This, Youtube hopes, will improve the news viewing experience on the platform and make credible sources more readily accessible to viewers.Read the rest of this entry »
Petronas has recently released a new E-Wallet which allows you to pay for petrol on your smartphone. It’s called
A ransomware attack has caused major disruptions to the in-house email systems at Media Prima Bhd since last Thursday according to sources, The Edge Financial Daily reports.
It is learnt that the ransomware attackers demanded Media Prima to pay 1,000 bitcoins to regain access to its email system, the daily added.Read the rest of this entry »
In an attempt to win back teen users, Facebook has launched Lasso, a standalone app that is very similar TikTok, a popular social sharing app that allows users to create and share short videos, especially of users singing or lip-syncing to popular songs. While TikTok is gaining popularity in Malaysia, Lasso, on the other hand, is not available for download here.
Xiaomi is known for cheap and good gadgets, from smartphones to headphones, Xiaomi products are easy on the pocket. It’s no different with these wireless earphones from Xiaomi. Called AirDots, these AirPod-style wireless earbuds are on sale in China for under RM120. Apple, on the other hand, charge RM650 for a pair of AirPods.
Apple opened the doors to its first ever store in Thailand on Saturday to thousands of Apple fans. About 100 Apple employees were on hand to greet the crowd. The Apple Store in
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While the Pokemon Go hype might be long gone for most of us, a 70-year-old man has taken his passion for Pokemon hunting to an extreme.
About a few months ago, Taiwanese Fengshui master by the name of Chen San-Yuan went viral after a photograph of him playing Pokemon Go with 11 smartphones that were attached to his bicycle via a specially built rig was uploaded onto the internet. Due to the epic setup and his dedication towards catching Pokemon, Chen made international headlines.Read the rest of this entry »