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  • Shipment of products by Shopee could be delayed due to warehouse closure

    Shipment of products by Shopee could be delayed due to warehouse closure

    With the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO), certain states in Malaysia have to adhere to strict standard operation procedures (SOP). As you would expect, this has a noticeable impact on many businesses. Unfortunately, Shopee is one of them.

  • How to set up your webcam for the best WFH and LFH online meeting experience

    How to set up your webcam for the best WFH and LFH online meeting experience

    Here are some tips on setting up your webcam to achieve the best online meeting and online learning experience.

  • Local students developed an app called "Sambal SOS" to assist the "Bendera Putih" movement

    Local students developed an app called "Sambal SOS" to assist the "Bendera Putih" movement

    As the COVID-19 virus is still actively roaming in Malaysia, our government continues to impose different types of MCO across the states. Not long ago, a good initiative called "Bendera Putih" was started by the people to help those who are struggling during the pandemic. All they need to do is to hang a white flag in front of their houses to call out for aid. Now, a group of students have joined forces in developing an app that lets users track the locations of homes with a white flag, plus the food banks.

  • MCO to be extended across the whole country starting from 12 May

    MCO to be extended across the whole country starting from 12 May

    MCO will be imposed across the whole country starting from 12 May to 7 June as announced by our Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today. Besides that, the SOP has also been reviewed and updated with some new ones that the public will need to look out for.

     
  • No need police letter to travel inter-district if you're attending vaccine appointment

    No need police letter to travel inter-district if you're attending vaccine appointment

    As the COVID-19 cases continue to hike, our government has announced the latest MCO 3.0 (Movement Control Order) for six districts in Selangor including Hulu Langat, Petaling, Gombak, Klang, Kuala Langat, and Sepang. Starting from 6 May to 17 May 2021, the people from these districts are not allowed to travel interstate and inter-district. However, for those who are to attend vaccine appointments, exceptions will be made.

  • Stay connected always and get up to 100GB of extra data with Digi x Senheng PlusOne Connect

    Stay connected always and get up to 100GB of extra data with Digi x Senheng PlusOne Connect

    During the movement control order (MCO), one of the most important things to do is ensure we can stay connected. That's not always going to be easy, especially if you don't have fast fibre broadband at home. For those who don't, the alternative is to use mobile data and tether it to laptops or desktop PCs for Internet access.

    If you fall into the latter category, your next question would be: Which mobile plan can I go for? For those who need more data capacity, there's a plan that you may just be interested in. Say hi to Digi and Senheng's PlusOne Connect plan, which offers you high data capacity for a very affordable price. Today, let's take a look at how this prepaid mobile package may fit your needs.

  • Latest version of MySejahtera adds 3 new features

    Latest version of MySejahtera adds 3 new features

    As the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia continues, it's important to do our part with the resources provided to us. One such resource is the MySejahtera, which is mainly for contact tracing. Some of you may not notice if you don't check often, but the app was updated recently on 26 Jan 2021.

  • Opinions: Should you buy a Chromebook laptop for around RM400? How to make it last longer?

    Opinions: Should you buy a Chromebook laptop for around RM400? How to make it last longer?

    On social media I came upon a novel suggestion, why not buy a new Chromebook laptop for around RM300 or RM400? Chromebook laptops are run by Chromebook OS, always get updates directly from Google and have fairly long battery life. So what’s the catch? Well, today we’re answering that question, “Should you buy a Chromebook laptop for around RM400?” And if you have already bought it or have no other alternative, we’ve also included some tips or best practices on keeping your investment running well.

  • You can watch selected unifi TV channels for free until 1 February 2021

    You can watch selected unifi TV channels for free until 1 February 2021

    Telekom Malaysia has recently announced the Unifi TV Free viewing campaign during MCO 2021 where you can watch selected channels for free, starting from 18 January until 1 February 2021. If you don’t have the unifi TV plugged in at home, you can still enjoy the via channels via the unifi playTV app, which can be downloaded via the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

  • PERMAI announced: free 1GB internet, tax relief for electronics, and more

    PERMAI announced: free 1GB internet, tax relief for electronics, and more

    Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has officially announced the PERMAI initiative which comes with various assistance ranging from tax relief, free internet data, and more. To go into more detail, the government will waive tax of up to RM2500 for any electronics bought until 31 December 2021 to encourage the acquisition of smartphones, laptops, and tablets.