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%.
TIME dotCom launched its latest 100Mbps fiber broadband offering at RM179 per month. Edwin Yapp wonders why every other broadband player can't have an option to offer such speeds and questions what the impedients are for not being able to do so.
TIME dotCom rolls out its broadband consumer service, saying that it's going to blow its competitors out of the water. Fun times indeed in the Malaysian tech ecosystem.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh says he would not like to be in Pemandu CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala’s shoes – attacked by the very people who should be supporting him.
TM said that its latest international submarine cable system Cahaya Malaysia, which links Malaysia to Japan, will begin carrying Internet traffic on Aug 20.
The 30th Olympiad comes to us not just over traditional TV but also over the Net. For the first time in history, up to 10 live events are being streamed over Google's YouTube channel. What is the impact of this development? Edwin Yapp ponders this as he watches the Games over his PC, Mac, tablet and smartphone.
AIMS Group has expanded of its Managed Services portfolio, which currently includes different levels of IT infrastructure and application hosting, with a cloud-model based service known as ‘Caching by AIMS', saying it can shave 50% off local ISPs' international bandwidth costs.