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  • New Jendela report shows that 4G LTE still has poor performance across Malaysia

    New Jendela report shows that 4G LTE still has poor performance across Malaysia

    Yesterday on 15 April 2021, there was a second quarterly Jendela report by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). While it was a rather long report, sources have pointed out that the 4G LTE and internet network strength are still being criticized over the past few months.

  • TSMC's 3nm process to enter mass production next year but Apple will not use it yet

    TSMC's 3nm process to enter mass production next year but Apple will not use it yet

    Earlier, it was reported that Apple was the first to contract with TSMC for the manufacturer's 3nm process. Now, the story continues as TSMC is expected to put their 3nm process into mass production in 2022. Other than that, the semiconductor supplier is also planning to scale up its 5nm process manufacturing capacity to match the demand from its major customers.

  • Users reported that their Apple's M1-powered Macs are facing severe SSD degradation

    Users reported that their Apple's M1-powered Macs are facing severe SSD degradation

    The Apple M1 chip has been claimed to be a rising star in the industry with its impressive performance. However, it looks like it's not all perfect with the new in-house processor as users have reported that they are facing severe SSD (solid-state drive) degradation after using the Macs for just a short period of time.

  • Xiaomi issued a statement regarding being added to the U.S. government's blacklist

    Xiaomi issued a statement regarding being added to the U.S. government's blacklist

    After HUAWEI, it looks like Xiaomi has also stumbled upon something that doesn't look nice with the U.S. Last week, it was reported that Xiaomi has been added to the country's government’s blacklist, which means that U.S. investors will not be allowed to purchase shares from the Chinese company. However, unlike HUAWEI, Xiaomi will still able to import and use technologies from the U.S. without a need for a license. Following the news, Xiaomi has issued a statement on the matter as follows:

  • Apple preparing to launch upgraded AirPods, AirPods Pro and HomePod in 2021

    Apple preparing to launch upgraded AirPods, AirPods Pro and HomePod in 2021

    When we're still in 2020, someone has discovered the launching plan of Apple next year and revealed four audio products are queueing up in the line. It is reported that a third-generation AirPods, a second-generation AirPods Pro, a second-generation HomePod, and the long-awaited over-ear headphones will be launched in 2021.

  • Facebook is actively removing thousands of "online finance gurus" advertising posts

    Facebook is actively removing thousands of "online finance gurus" advertising posts

    During this Conditional Movement Control Order period, you probably have heard complaints from your friends and family about several "online finance gurus" ads appearing on Facebook as well as YouTube. Unfortunately, times are hard for those who are struggling financially and apparently for scammed from these scammers. But there is good news though, their advertising profiles are being removed by Facebook.

  • Millions of Facebook and Instagram posts were taken down this year, and here is why

    Millions of Facebook and Instagram posts were taken down this year, and here is why

    Social media have been playing a significant role in this time as it allows users to express themselves freely and be heard. However, there are also some accounts that are exploiting the use of social media to distribute negative content such as hate speech, violence, child nudity, terrorism and more. For Facebook, they have been working hard on this issue to take down irrelevant content for years.

  • You can report smokers to the Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia via WhatsApp

    You can report smokers to the Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia via WhatsApp

    Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia has recently made a tweet (which has been removed) stating that you can report smokers to them via WhatsApp. This is due to a recent restriction that was introduced on 1 January 2019 in which states that the use of cigarettes, shisha as well as e-cigarettes containing nicotine will not be allowed near a restaurant. Any individuals who fail to adhere to the restrictions will be fined up to RM10000 or up to 2 years jail time.