Digi will use a survey to seek understanding on how Malaysian schoolchildren are coping with the new digital lifestyle during this pandemic.
Circles.Life has entered the Singapore mobile market as an MVNO that says it caters to the data-hungry subscriber.
Cheryl Yeoh is leaving MaGIC, and with the Malaysian Government wanting MaGIC to focus on all entrepreneurs, not just tech startups, Karamjit Singh shares his concerns.
Just 12 months after banking group RHB launched its transformation initiative ‘Ignite 2017,’ it has reframed it, adding payments as a major component.
With life going digital, students especially must be equipped with coding skills and digital tools, writes Karamjit Singh.
RHB Banking Group said it has partnered exclusively with Malaysian startup TableApp, which operates a restaurant reservation portal.
Singapore may already be one of the most connected nations in the world, but it is going further to ensure very citizen has access to a ‘digital lifestyle’ with a ‘Home Access Programme’ that is expected to benefit 8,000 households over the next four years.
AS many as 78% of Singaporeans feel a negative emotion when they are without Internet access, according to the Tata Communications’ Connected World II report. However, despite Singapore’s dependence on all things digital, nearly one-quarter of those surveyed do not understand where the Internet resides.
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