5 Practical Steps To Not Getting Cheated When Getting Your Gadgets Fixed In M’sia
If you've recently broken your laptop, smarphone or PC in Malaysia, here are practical steps and tips to make sure you don't get scammed when fixing it.
How These 4 M’sian Startups Developed New Ways To Plug The Gaps In Old Industries
Cyberview's Living Lab Accelerator saw their 5th batch of Malaysian startups graduate to start empowering the traditional industries they're in.
Huawei Has Just Unveiled Its Mate 10 Series – To Be Released In Singapore Late October Onwards
The Huawei Mate 10 series are the first devices powered by the new Kirin 970 processor, delivering AI enhancements for a faster mobile experience.
If You Missed Out On Selangor’s Latest Smart City Event, Here’re 4 Highlights To Catch Up On
If you missed out on attending the Selangor Smart City & Future Commerce Convention 2017, here's a brief rundown on the highlights that happened.
Why This UTM Grad Wants Stroke Patients To Play Games With Robots
Using IoT, Techcare is a medical tech startup that wants to create a portable version of gamified stroke rehabilitation, among other health tech.
A Doctor Weighs In On Health Apps, And Whether Or Not They Actually Work
We pick out some health apps (available on both iOS and Android), and got Dr. Ivan Puah from Amaris B. Clinic to weigh in on how they could be helpful.
Here’s How We Took Hypebeast-Worthy Images With Just A Huawei P10 Plus
Armed with the Huawei P10 Plus, we set out to storm the streets to create for ourselves Hypebeast art that’s the envy of Hypebaes everywhere.
The Pixel 2 XL Is Coming To Singapore – Here’s Why Google’s Best Phone Will Be Your Next Upgrade
Google is finally launching a phone in Singapore, and it's the latest Pixel 2 XL. We had a hands on to see if it really could find a place in your pocket.
AirAsia’s Sites Were Mining Cryptocurrency From Visitor’s CPUs—5 Crucial Questions Answered
Two of AirAsia's affiliated websites were found to be running a script that mines cryptocurrency using visitor's CPUs processing power.
Don’t Be Fooled By This M’sian Game’s Calming Aesthetic—It Is Punishingly Difficult
The mobile game Uri: The Sprout Of Lotus Creek is a difficult puzzle mobile game for the iOS and Android systems created by DreamTree Games in Malaysia.
We Tried Using The New Unifi WiFi Hotspots Launched By Najib—They Didn’t Work
Unfortunately, the Najib-launched wifi@unifi initiative by TM has a lot of problems, from WiFi connection, the app usability, to the glitches on i-foundit!
X-Mini Co-Founder Ryan Lee: “You Know Your Idea’s Good If Somebody Buys Or Copies It”
X-Mini co-Founder Ryan Lee shares the secret to staying alive amidst the highly competitive tech industry in Singapore.