Governments and tech companies are slugging it out over encryption, but what does all this mean to the ordinary folk like you and me?
Viber has released its first sticker pack specially designed for Malaysian users.
Singtel launched a communication app not unlike WhatsApp, but how will it fare against the other messaging services out there? Edwin Yapp & Keith Liu analyse the service.
We’re living in a day and age not just defined by mobile connectivity, but dominated and controlled by it, writes Consumer Electronics Association president and CEO Gary Shapiro.
Instant messaging giant WhatsApp Inc has finally made good on its promise to launch a calling feature embedded into its hugely popular app. Edwin Yapp tries it and ponders its chance for success.
A staggering 92% of workers in Malaysia have used at least one tool enabling remote working in the previous month, according to a survey of over 44,000 senior business people across more than 100 countries by global workplace provider Regus.
US-based Fragmented Industry Exchange Inc (FIE) intends to acquire a wholly-owned instant messaging (IM) software subsidiary of Singapore eDevelopment Ltd (SeD) for US$700 million in shares and bonds, SeD has announced.