Online intelligence solutions provider Meltwater has launched Meltwater Buzz 3.5, the latest upgrade of its social media Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
Malaysian mobile app development company Agmo Studio is hoping to help SMEs make their presence felt in the mobile realm with its mobile software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, EasyApp.
Car-booking service Uber officially launches in Kuala Lumpur with local team driving business Plans for 2014 include growing business in all markets, bringing in more car choices for consumers
DiGi has launched the fifth edition of its annual DiGi Challenge for Change (DiGiCFC) programme, inviting Malaysians and app developers to come up with ideas for, or to build, community-centric mobile apps.
Independent mobile ad network InMobi said it has entered into an agreement with LINE Corporation to promote LINE Free Coins to app developers globally.
PropertyGuru Group said it has recorded more than one million downloads for its mobile apps in its core markets of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
Malaysian usage of instant messaging (IM) apps via smartphones has almost doubled in the last 12 months, according to a recently concluded analysis by Ericsson ConsumerLab of South-East Asia and Oceania.
According to a June 2013 Mobility Report released by Ericsson, a smartphone user is expected to more than quadruple mobile monthly data consumption from 450MB to an average of 2GB data per user in 2018. With the consumption of digital content via mobile devices set to rise even more in the coming years, mobile network operators need to brace themselves and their infrastructure to handle the load.
Having realised its business was no longer voice but the mobile Internet, DiGi also decided that the fourth edition of its DiGi Challenge For Change (DGCFC) programme should be more in line with its business, reports A. Asohan.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is joining forces with AT&T to host a Developers’ Day in Kuala Lumpur, from Sept 7-8, which will see cash prizes totalling US$14,000 (RM44,000) up for grabs.