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TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 - Xiaomi Q1 2020, realme achievements, Samsung, Digi, Matebook X Pro, TIME, Kaspersky, MediaTek NB-IoT, Huawei, G.SKILL, Epson EH-TW7000, Microsoft Build 2020, Grab, Special: Netflix GuidesJun 03, 2020
In this episode of TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #13 we have the Xiaomi Q1 2020 revenue report and YoY growth, more realme achievements, Samsung on the secure features of their Exynos chipset powering the Galaxy S20 series and a Raya video from Digi. Huawei also weighed in with deals on the Matebook x pro while TIME launched a new campaign.
Kaspersky reveals more online troubles while MediaTek announce their new NB-IoT solutions. Huawei comes back again with more news highlights while G.SKILL shows off what they can achieve with the latest Intel processor and ASUS motherboard. Epson launched a new EH-TW7000 projector while Microsoft announced key highlights for Build 2020.
Grab are showcasing new fun things you can do with their app regarding doodles, while for this episode’s Special: Netflix offer several guides for levelling up at home and answering Raya questions. So, do read on.
May 22, 2020
Starting from 24 May until 6 June 2020, Grab Malaysia has officially announced that you could your share of 1.5million GrabRewards Points simply by going cashless this Raya season with GrabPay. All you need to do to earn 50 GrabRewards Points is to simply send e-Duit Raya to your friends, or family members once a day for up to three transactions.
TechNave Newsbytes 2020 #10 - Samsung Q1, realme achievements, AMD EPYC, LG Q1, Z Flip, i9-10900K, Grab, TikTok, Astro Go Shop, #TETAPBUKA, Facebook, KKMM, PMPL SEA S1, Joox, Runeterra, Kaspersky, Poly Studio X, Special: At Home with GalaxyMay 14, 2020
TechNave Newsbytes 2020 #10 - Samsung Q1, realme achievements, AMD EPYC, LG Q1, Z Flip, i9-10900K, Grab, TikTok, Astro Go Shop, #TETAPBUKA, Facebook, KKMM, PMPL SEA S1, Joox, Runeterra, Kaspersky, Poly Studio X, Special: At Home with Galaxy
May 04, 2020
As many of you already know, our government has announced the conditional movement control order (CMCO). Essentially, most businesses can now reopen but mass gatherings and educational institutions are still not allowed. Many companies have to change how they operate again, including GrabCar which has already updated its operational rules to align with the CMCO.
Apr 16, 2020
Based on a statement by the Malaysian government, e-Bazaar will not be allowed to operate due to the Movement Control Order (MCO) which is in effect until 28 April 2020. Other than that, they’ve also mentioned that regular e-hailing services including GrabFood are still allowed to operate even during the MCO albeit with some restrictions.
Mar 30, 2020
Starting from 1 April until 14 April 2020, Grab has announced that all small restaurants and hawker stalls are to receive rebates for every GrabFood offer. Not only that, but Grab also aims to generate more visibility towards the restaurants mentioned via the ‘Local Heroes’ Campaign as well.
Malaysians will receive free 1GB Internet data every day & up to 50% discount on electricity usage starting from 1 AprilMar 27, 2020
Today, in his second live telecast of announcing the Pakej Rangsangan Ekonomi, our Prime Minister Muhyiddin has announced that Malaysians will be granted free 1GB Internet data in this extended Movement Control Order period. It shall begin from 1 April onwards until the MCO ends.
Mar 17, 2020
While this may look surreal, the Movement Restriction will begin from 18 March until 31 March 2020 as an initiative to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The government has ordered all private businesses to be closed down until further notice and many were wondering if Grab will cease operation. Thankfully, they are not.
Mar 16, 2020
Based on a report by astroawani.com, it seems that around 50 victims fell prey to a group of E-Wallet scammers who have managed to bag around RM600000. In order to pull the scam off, some individuals in the group will act as agents who will seek out selected individuals and promise them up to RM300 if they were to sign up.
Jan 29, 2020
Grab Indonesia has recently announced that they will start utilizing electric vehicles such as the Hyundai IONIQ from today onwards at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Terminal 3. This initiative will go hand in hand with Indonesia’s vision in developing an electric vehicle ecosystem, which would be beneficial to the environment.