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Meltwater: Social Media supercharges e-commerce shopping
Christmas generates most amount of shopping buzz in Southeast Asia Shopee leads in share of voice in Indonesia, Lazada in Malaysia and Amazon in Singapore
Stripe's global study on online fraud reveals interesting findings
Report finds that fraudsters generally prefer to strike when no one is looking Businesses need to remain more vigilant and observant of transactions that occur outside of normal business hours
Malaysia has highest number of damaged smartphones in use: Otterbox study
75% of Malaysian smartphone usres damaged their devices almost 3 times in past 5 years 21% admitted their phones are 'badly damaged', but majority won't fix cracked screens due to high repair cost ​SMARTPHONE users in Malaysia don’t seem like a careful bunch. A third of Malaysians are likely to have damaged their smartphone within 3 months of owning it.  
Almost half of Singaporeans won’t fix their broken smartphones: OtterBox study
A new study commissioned by US mobile accessories maker OtterBox shows that a significant number of Singapore smartphone users will not spend money to repair their damaged smartphone.  And even if they did, they would only be willing to pay US$135 for the repair.
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