Google.org has donated $2.5 million through UNICEF and IFRC to help Southeast Asian nations cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. It also said recipient countries would get more ad grants.
Twitter has revealed that hackers attempted to match phone numbers to Twitter usernames. It said the hack may have been state-backed, possibly being linked to Iran, Israel, or Malaysia.
We recently got the chance to talk to HMD Global's country manager for Malaysia and Myanmar, Vijay Thangavelu, about the resurrection of the Nokia brand, and what innovations we can expect in 2019.
Netflix has unveiled a new plan in Malaysia that is restricted to mobile devices, and comes in at a much cheaper RM17 ($4) per month. Netflix is also running similar trials in other places.
The Google Store first launched back in 2015 as the new home for the company's hardware offerings. Today, the Store seems to be arriving at Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, and other countries.
Besides committing to an international launch in Q2 2017, HMD Global hasn't yet revealed an exact release date for its new Nokia handsets - but recent reports are pointing towards likely timeframes.
A regional device distributor that works with Nokia and Microsoft revealed that 6 or 7 new Nokia-branded Android smartphones are coming this year, including entry-level, mid-range and high-end models.
The United States has, for the first time, sentenced a terrorist-related hacker for stealing information about 1,300 US military personnel. Ardit Ferizi, has been handed a 20-year sentence.
Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note7 is either releasing or soon-to-be released in many parts of the world. Unfortunately for The Netherlands and Malaysia, the Note7 launch has being delayed.
Microsoft has teamed up with Air Asia to give 5,000 airline loyalty points to anyone who buys the Lumia 535 in Malaysia - enough to get a return flight to Phuket, Krabi or Singapore.
Microsoft's new 4G Windows Phone, the Lumia 735, is now on sale in Ireland, Malaysia, Australia and in the UK, where it can be purchased off-contract from £199, or free on contracts from £17 a month.
The Malaysian government has warned it could use tough anti-terrorism laws against bloggers who insult Islam or the country's king. The move comes as one of Malaysia's leading online commentators has been questioned by police...
Getting a quickie divorce has taken on a whole new meaning in Malaysia after it was decided that a man can divorce his wife with a text message. The government's adviser on religious affairs,...