One of world’s fastest 5G rollouts, over 14mil people covered by end-2022 Network averaging 394Mbps download against 4G’s 35Mbps download
Winner of Most Impactful Brick&Mortar Adoption says business needs drive adoption Danger of irrelevance for companies that fail to deliver world class user experience
No complicated bundles or packages, just peace of mind and best deals Aims to launch in Philippines & Indonesia, followed by other ASEAN nations
Malaysia’s largest online marketplace Mudah.my, says it is focusing its efforts on enhancing its mobile experience as almost 75% of its daily visitors come from mobile users.
SAP was itself a disruptor in its early days, helping enterprises digitise themselves – then the tables were turned and the company had to adapt to a new digital reality, writes Benjamin Cher.
As Malaysia’s largest online marketplace, with products and services in over 50 categories, Mudah.my is facing competition on all fronts. Its new CEO is unperturbed however, because he has a focused game plan, reports Goh Thean Eu.
SF-based startup myWebRoom’s lead product designer is the Malaysian-born and Singapore-educated Ling Lim, who tells DNA how she ended up in the US after an unhappy and short career as an architect.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and New York-headquartered education startup General Assembly (GA) have announced a partnership to offer what they describe as a “career accelerator” into the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry.
Going mobile simply because everyone else is doing it is a terribly simplistic way of looking at the medium, and that kind of simplicity generally translates into terrible results, writes Justin Hall.
LG Electronics has begun rolling out its ‘Aka’ smartphone models in Singapore, as well as China (including Hong Kong), Taiwan, and Turkey.