GSMA Mobile 360 – Digital Societies: Mobile technology to play vital role in new industrial revolution
Will Malaysia be ready for the transition to a world powered by mobile and communications technology?
Although Malaysia's digital adoption rate is comparable to advanced economies, the actual digital adoption by businesses is that of a lower middle-income country.
The limitation of internet connectivity is one of the key factors to the slow progress towards vision 2020.
Digi’s new Postpaid Family plan is designed for the ones who are most important in our lives.
In boost to its ambitions to develop a world class internet ecosystem in Malaysia, MyIX will invite more international peering partners to join it.
Catcha Group founder and one of the leading internet entrepreneurs in Asia makes the ultimate pivot by going into property in a big way.
Alibaba Group’s eWTP is all about enabling global trade and globalisation.
The adoption rate of 4 Mbps broadband was 69%, a hike of 0.7% compared with 3Q 2016 while 10 Mbps broadband adoption saw a 25% q-o-q gain.
Seven years after launching, Telekom Malaysia’s high speed broadband revenue eclipses voice, while Axiata Group gets ready to be aggressive with Celcom.
Tech, almost single-handedly propping up American third-quarter corporate earnings, has truly come of age. No longer the exception but the norm, the lesson for Malaysia is clear. The Digital Economy is a cornerstone of the economy, not an afterthought.