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TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #16 - Samsung, realme, Huawei, Honor, Digi, Xiaomi, AMD, Lazada, Garmin Tacx, Kaspersky, HP Inc, Microsoft, LG, Grab, MDEC and moreLast Updated: Jul 12, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #16 - Samsung, realme, Huawei, Honor, Digi, Xiaomi, AMD, Lazada, Garmin Tacx, Kaspersky, HP Inc, Microsoft, LG, Grab, MDEC and more
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #15 - Samsung TV, Huawei Awards, Shopee Live Kpop Fest, Celcom, Maxis, Digi, Intel, HP, Yoodo, Fitbit, Shell, edotco, Micron, Kaspersky, Nokia, eGG, Snap, Grab, Special: unifi wifi tipsLast Updated: Jun 15, 2020
Welcome back TechNavers! For this edition of TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #15 we have Samsung about their TV innovations through the years, Huawei got 8 awards for their networking prowess and Shopee is going to be holding a Live Kpop Fest… online. Celcom rewarded their Game Hero finalists, Maxis rewarded their eKelas and Digi is offering SMEs another online option via their MyDigi Bazaar.
Intel announced their Hybrid processors, HP donated laptops, Yoodo’s Gank team got into the Malaysia Book of Records, Fitbit has some Father’s day deals and Shell has some promotions on their cashless payment options. edotco is offering job opportunities, Micron is planning a UV robot fest and Kaspersky has some GReAT ideas.
Nokia did a survey on 5G, eGG are doing the NBA 2K League and Snap announced some Snap Partner Summit highlights. Grab announced their Grab for Good report while for this issue of TechNave, the Special comes from unifi with tips to improve your home wifi performance. Check them out.
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 GuidesLast Updated: Jun 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.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and NetflixLast Updated: May 26, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and Netflix
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #11 - Celcom, FB+IG for SMEs, HT-G700, Stamp&Go, SOCAR, iSynergy, Zoom 5.0, Mindvalley, Netflix, Kaspersky, Tune Protect, Yoodo Gank, MLBB, Forkwell.io, Huawei Cloud AI, Xiaomi YoY, YTL, Special: At Home with Galaxy - How to LearnLast Updated: May 21, 2020
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #11 - Celcom, FB+IG for SMEs, Sony HT-G700, Stamp&Go, SOCAR, iSynergy, Zoom 5.0, Mindvalley, Netflix, Kaspersky, Tune Protect, Yoodo Gank, MLBB, Forkwell.io, Huawei Cloud AI, Xiaomi YoY, YTL, Special: Samsung Galaxy - How to Learn
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 GalaxyLast Updated: May 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
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #1 - LG's latest for CES 2020, realme 'Christmas tree', MDEC's collaboration with Weibo, and moreLast Updated: Jan 05, 2020
With a new year comes a new start and a new week of NewsBytes. But enough of the rhyming and let's get on to the happenings for this week. Being in between new year's holidays means that news has been sparse, though we did see LG announcing some upcoming stuff for CES 2020, realme's giant Christmas tree made of smartphone boxes, and more.
TechNave NewsBytes 2019 #28 - Save up to 50% with Fave, doubling up on OPPO Reno2, record your 2020 resolutions with Snapchat, and moreLast Updated: Dec 29, 2019
Thanks to Christmas followed by the new year eve soon, it's been an exciting week for many but a quiet week on the news front. Regardless, there's always something going on and we've added some of those to our final TechNave NewsByte for 2019. If you're looking to send eCards, hit up Fave for sure, while last-minute shoppers looking for a smartphone might want to consider getting two OPPO Reno2 devices. There's also some news from Kaspersky, a guide from Snapchat, and vivo Malaysia teasing some upcoming stuff.
NewsBytes 2019 #19 - HP Malaysia Challenges, Kaspersky Center in Cyberjaya, more partnership deals and moreLast Updated: Aug 18, 2019
Another week has gone by but there's nothing really much to talk about in the local tech scene in Malaysia. I mean sure, Merdeka sales here and there, and Shopee is coming up with another promo sale period leading up to 9.9. (which you stand a chance to win a Honda City car). Today is also the last day of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ pre-order sales, although it's probably sold out already due to popular demand, you can still purchase them in authorized stores (see the list here).
So...yeah. Let's get on with it on the NewsBytes already.
Last Updated: Dec 24, 2018
Kaspersky Lab has introduced free ransomware decryptors for both businesses and individuals can use. To those of you unfamiliar, ransomware is a type of malware that takes over your files and holds them “hostage” until you pay a sum of money to have them released. This has actually happened to a large company in our own shores quite recently and Kaspersky has taken initiative to stop this from happening again with this decryptor.