The Malaysian Digital Association (MDA) has reappointed comScore as its official Internet audience measurement currency, while the latter launched a new platform to take into account today’s multi-device users.
The smartphone user base in Malaysia is expected to reach 11 million in 2016 and observe an upward trend of 10% CAGR from 2013 to 2017, according to a new study by mobile marketing and commerce company Vserv.
Tidak semua tren relevan dengan masyarakat Indonesia saat ini Proses peralihan dan adopsi teknologi akan semakin cepat MEMASUKI 2016 Ericsson kembali melakukan riset mengenai tren konsumen yang akan berkembang sepanjang tahun. Sejak didirikan pada 1995, ConsumerLab milik Ericsson sudah sering melakukan riset mengenai kebiasaan konsumen dalam mengadopsi perkembangan teknologi.
Netizens across Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and India all dislike people spreading false rumors on the Internet, but conversely will tolerate the trending onslaught of others’ cat pictures, according to a recent survey on the Worst Internet Habits commissioned by Telenor Group.
Companies in Malaysia are struggling to keep pace with the increasingly ‘always on’ nature of their customers, their greater use of digital channels, and their growing acceptance of non-traditional providers, according to new research from Accenture.
Going mobile simply because everyone else is doing it is a terribly simplistic way of looking at the medium, and that kind of simplicity generally translates into terrible results, writes Justin Hall.
Skyscanner, a search engine for flights, hotels and car rentals, aims to ride on growth in Asia, as well as changing traveller behaviour.
Indonesia will be the first market in Asia Pacific where GfK will launch its Crossmedia Link product, which seeks to measure consumption habits across today’s high-tech media usage.
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Telecommunication services provider GlobalRoam Group Ltd said it has invested S$2 million (US$1.5 million), through its subsidiary GNum Pte Ltd, for a “significant minority stake” in Singapore-based big data analytics startup aSpecial Media.