TIME dotCom Bhd posted a record RM419.1 million in revenue for its financial year ending Dec 31 2012, a 34% increase from the RM313.9 million recorded in the same period a year ago.
TM executives were a happy bunch earlier this week as the company announced a record 9% rise in group revenue to RM9.99 billion last year, versus the RM9.15 billion in 2011.
The average speed of broadband connectivity in Malaysia (ranked 71) lags that of Thailand (58), but continues to improve, according to the quarterly State of the Internet Report released by web technologies company Akamai for the third quarter of 2012.
Two members of the House of Representative in the Philippines urged telecommunication companies to lower their broadband service rates so more Filipinos can have Internet access at their homes to help them in their information needs for education, business, and other personal uses.
Pikom has to find the next big consumer wave to replace its ebbing PC Fair. Can it succeed?
A Fiber Index Survey commissioned by OpenNet Pte Ltd shows that more than 1-in-5 households in Singapore are now using fiber connections for Internet access, IPTV and other bandwidth-intensive applications.
Some of the sites that previously restricted online sales to the United States have started shipping internationally. What will the impact of this be on Malaysian retailers of branded goods, asks Karamjit Singh.
TIME dotCom Berhad posted a 43% jump in revenues for the third quarter of 2012 compared to the previous year’s corresponding period, boosted by fresh contributions from its new regional business and higher data revenue from existing businesses.
Cloud computing has attained wider adoption and more companies are opened to its usage in enterprises across Asia, although there are still some challenges arising from companies adopting the cloud, according to a new study by Forrester Research.
Recent research conducted by Ericsson ConsumerLab, on the estimated 63% Internet users in Malaysia, shows that smartphone penetration has the potential to rise from 47% to 73% and tablet penetration from 14% to 48%.