Astro's sooka claims to offer free and paid content, including access to live sporting events as well as local entertainment content on top of exclusives and originals.
Sportech startup BiiB may be daunted by Covid-19 essentially forcing people indoors, but by keeping their community engaged and connected, this is a hurdle they are able to leap.
Futurise-National Sports Institute of Malaysia ink MOU to strengthen regulatory framework in Sports Technology Development
Looking towards regulatory framework needed within sports market Malaysia soon to have potentially lucrative ecosystem, fuel new
IPTV piracy is now big business with over 2.7 million ads offered by the top 100 websites.
2017 could very well be the year that VR goes mainstream due to cheaper, wireless headsets.
A tight knit team of founders, combined with critical learnings from its exposure to the Coach & Grow Programme has propelled Sportboleh to success, writes Renuka Sena.
Astro recently reported its Q1 2016 results, and while its top- and bottom-line appear strong, Goh Thean Eu looks at the other aspects of its business.
Neither employers nor employees may be fully aware of or prepared for just how vulnerable they are about to become.
Peer-to-peer protocol instead of a CDN Going up against Amazon and YouTube HOT on the heels of Amazon and YouTube, BitTorrent Inc., the company behind the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing protocol, is planning to launch a live streaming TV service. There will be both free and paid options.
Fans want to see their team’s latest goals even before the match ends, which is where Grabyo comes in – by helping rights-holders and publishers cut short clips around the action.