Are You Getting Paid Enough? This Is How Much M’sians Should Be Earning.
Jobstreet launched a Career Insights function on their website to help Malaysians find out exactly what the average of their salary should be, what their industries are looking for and how much they should be earning.
4 Projects That Show Penang Might Just Be Asia’s Next Silicon Valley
The support given by Penang's state government to its science and technology sector have seen it grow rapidly. We list down 4 cool things that are happening as a result of this focus.
Here’s Why Google Got Rid Of Its “View Image” Button—And How To Get Around It
Google has removed their View Image button in Google Image Search thanks to a lawsuit settlement with Getty Images. Here's how to get it back.
Here’s Your Noob-Friendly Guide To Watching The RM2.72 Billion E-Sports Industry
The e-sports scene can be unfriendly to new spectators, but with some guidance, getting into the scene can be a fun and rewarding experience. So we’ve come up with a list of things to know and where to begin watching e-sports in Malaysia.
We Didn’t Think Subscription Boxes Or Books Were Profitable In M’sia. We Were Wrong.
There have been a lot of subscription box businesses in Malaysia, but Bookish Bundle is one that sells books and makes perfect sense. They've been profitable for 2 years now.
Forgive The New Fitbit Smartwatch—It Doesn’t Realise It’s Not Just A Fitbit Anymore
The Fitbit Ionic is Fitbit's first ever entry in the smartwatch category, and was officially made available in Malaysia at the end of January. It competes in the same category with other devices as the Samsung Gear Sport and Garmin Vivoactive 3.
10 M’sian Accelerators For Startups That Want To Grow To The Next Level In 2018
This is a list of Malaysian accelerators opening its doors to startups in 2018, from tech to fintech to iOT, or just startups with working prototypes.
This M’sian Centre Rescues The Strays That Are “Too Much To Handle”—Houses Over 200 Canines
KL Pooch Resort and Rescue (KLPR) doubles up as a non-profit dog boarding facility and rescue centre. They're currently at maximum capacity housing over 200 dogs.
8 Predictions For The SEA Tech Scene In 2018/19—As Told By Patrick Grove
Patrick Grove of Catcha Group shares his 8 predictions for the tech scene in Southeast Asia for 2018 and 2019, and of course, crytocurrency is right there.
You Can Now Bid For Houses Online In M’sia—And It Could Help Make Them Cheaper Too
e-Lelong is a web-based platform that brings residential property auctions in Malaysia online. Started by the Kuantan Court Complex in 2017, e-Lelong will now begin to roll out across the whole of Malaysia.
Now You Can Get Pet Insurance Online For RM18.50/Month—Because They Need Surgery Too
Owners of cats and dogs can now buy pet insurance online on Malaysian Startup PolicyStreet for as low as RM18.50 per month, undewritten by MSIG Malaysia.
The Student’s Suicide Was A Tragedy—How Media Handled It Made It Worse
Malaysia was shaken by a teenager's suicide after being accused of stealing an iPhone. Investigations are now underway, but the media coverage of the incident has been riddled with issues, leading to false assumptions being widely shared.