Khairy Jamaluddin

Malaysia’s Science and Technology ministry & Communications and Multimedia ministry drive Digital Economy Task Force
Ministers co-chair first meeting, goal to stimulate economic growth 15 high impact programmes discussed, with startup involvement key
Applications to US$23mil National Technology and Innovation Sandbox open
NTIS to address immediate & long-term economic needs through innovation Four types of funding schemes available with max allocation of US$3.5mil
National Technology and Innovation Sandbox Invites Applications from July 1
Social Enterprise Elevation Initiative Details To Be Released Soon NTIS will allow researchers, innovators, startups & high-tech entrepreneurs to test products
All eyes on execution of Mosti’s startup focused US$23mil relief facility
Cradle’s US$6.1mil grant eagerly awaited & deep tech programs from MaGIC Ecosystem players urge for focus on Recovery phase as well, offer to assist
Ministry of Youth and Sports goes cashless with Digi's vcash
The first arm of the Government to implement a cashless payment solution within its bureau.
Sports social network ONz on cloud nine
The past nine months have been surreal for William Yap, the cofounder of ONz Studio Sdn Bhd – not only did he and his cofounders transform an idea into an actual product, they also managed to make it part of a nationwide government campaign.
Microsoft’s celebrity-fuelled ‘Code for Malaysia’ kicks off
Microsoft announced it is bringing the ‘Hour of Code’ campaign –spearheaded by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, Ashton Kutcher and Shakira – to Malaysia and other parts of Asia during the Asia Pacific Week of Code from April 21-27.
Intel Malaysia, Youth Ministry in digital literacy and entrepreneurial skills drive
Intel Malaysia and the Ministry of Youth and Sports have announced plans to provide youth with the digital literacy skills required for they said were the “development of and effective participation in a knowledge-based society.”
Spy vs spy, apples vs oranges
Let’s not allow government indecisiveness or our fellow Malaysians’ apathy stop us from holding the US Government accountable for its actions, argues A. Asohan.
Microsoft Malaysia launches ‘Innovate for Good’ youth programme
Microsoft Malaysia has launched its inaugural ‘Innovate for Good’ event, in partnership with Toronto-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) TakingITGlobal, that it said would enable youth to collaborate, inspire and support each other while using technology to make a difference in their communities.
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