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  • TARUC wants to set up an eSports arena

    TARUC wants to set up an eSports arena

    Tunku Abdul Rahman University College recently posted on Facebook, stating that they are looking for operators to set up an eSports arena inside their Cyber Center which is located at KL Main Campus. Those that are interested can send in their proposal before 2 March 2020.

  • Shopee is officially the first e-commerce platform to join DuitNow 2.0

    Shopee is officially the first e-commerce platform to join DuitNow 2.0

    Shopee, in partnership with Payments Network Malaysia, has officially announced that ShopeePay eWallet will be the first of its kind to join the DuitNow 2.0. With that said, users will have the freedom to transfer their funds seamlessly up to 40 banks as well as 5 other eWallet platforms.

  • Acer unveiled several new monitors starting from only RM699

    Acer unveiled several new monitors starting from only RM699

    Earlier today, Acer announced several new monitors to their Nitro and Predator lineup and more starting from the price of only RM699. These new monitors come with technologies such as FreeSync, Nvidia G-sync, as low as 0.1ms grey-to-grey response time as well as refresh rates of up to 165Hz.

  • Did you know that more than RM2.7 billion was spent on games in 2019?

    Did you know that more than RM2.7 billion was spent on games in 2019?

    Based on a report by newzoo.com, it seems that Malaysians spent more than RM2.75 billion in the year 2019 on videogames alone. In addition to that, the report also mentioned that the majority play games on a mobile phone while PC and console are the second and third most popular platform to play games on.

  • Cyberjaya becomes the first city in Malaysia to go cashless

    Cyberjaya becomes the first city in Malaysia to go cashless

    In a collaboration between the Ministry of Finance Cyberview Sdn Bhd, as well as Payments Network Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Cyberjaya has become the first city in Malaysia to go cashless. The initiative which is called Cashless Ecosystem for Cyberjaya, which was originally introduced about two years ago, with more than 80% of the merchants adopting at least one e-payment solution.

  • Grab Indonesia to start utilizing Hyundai IONIQ electric vehicles

    Grab Indonesia to start utilizing Hyundai IONIQ electric vehicles

    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.

  • Here are the fake news of coronavirus in Malaysia listed by the Ministry of Health

    Here are the fake news of coronavirus in Malaysia listed by the Ministry of Health

    The coronavirus has sure made a lot of people worried about their safety. When we start to hear news about people fainting and being quarantined, news tends to spread virally and thanks to the Internet, it's hard to pinpoint which one is real or fake news. It even got us wearing face masks in airports where there is no official suspected case yet.

    That said, your friends and family (especially relatives) would often forward chain messages about the latest coronavirus cases in Malaysia. If you're annoyed about that (which we are too), we managed to get a heads-up about which one is #fakenews thanks to official Ministry of Health, Malaysia on its Twitter post.

  • Get up to 3 times more GrabRewards Points from 15 March 2020 onward

    Get up to 3 times more GrabRewards Points from 15 March 2020 onward

    Grab has officially announced that they will be supporting the Malaysian Government in encouraging cashless payments adoption, by rewarding customers up to three times more GrabRewards Points to those who pay via GrabPay. Unfortunately, those who pay via cash will not be eligible for the extra points as it only applies to GrabPay transactions.

  • Finance Minister reassures that private information are kept confidential. RM426 million left to distribute.

    Finance Minister reassures that private information are kept confidential. RM426 million left to distribute.

    Based on a statement by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, all private information received during the e-Tunai Rakyat initiative are kept confidential by Khazanah Nasional Berhad. The aforementioned entity is a government-owned wealth and fund investment company, which does not operate similar to that of a private company.

  • Sony WI-1000XM2 officially available in Malaysia at RM1299

    Sony WI-1000XM2 officially available in Malaysia at RM1299

    Sony has announced that their Sony WI-1000XM2 neckband noise-cancelling wireless headphones are officially available in Malaysia at the price of RM1299. In terms of the colours, the neckband headphones will come in two different colours including black and white.