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  • Moto Tab G62 may launch soon, spotted on Google Play Store Supported Devices list

    Moto Tab G62 may launch soon, spotted on Google Play Store Supported Devices list

    Motorola may be launching a new Android tablet soon as the manufacturer was spotted having a yet-to-be-released tablet on Google Play Console. Furthermore, the Google Play Supported Devices website even revealed the tablet’s name: Moto Tab G62.

  • LG’s new tablet ‘Project Jetta’ spotted on Geekbench, features a 7000mAh battery and SD680

    LG’s new tablet ‘Project Jetta’ spotted on Geekbench, features a 7000mAh battery and SD680

    Despite exiting the smartphone space, it seems that LG is still planning to release Android mobile devices, only in the form of tablets. This is after ‘Project Jetta’, an upcoming tablet allegedly by the South Korean company was recently spotted on Geekbench 5.

  • K-KOMM: The brand and supplier for PerantiSiswa tablets will be announced next week

    K-KOMM: The brand and supplier for PerantiSiswa tablets will be announced next week

    The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (K-KOMM) has reassured Malaysians that the PerantiSiswa tablets will be from a well-known brand in the market and not of low quality. Furthermore, its minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa also revealed yesterday that the brand and supplier for the tablets will be announced next week.

  • K-KOMM Minister: Better to provide high-quality tablets than low-quality laptops under PerantiSiswa

    K-KOMM Minister: Better to provide high-quality tablets than low-quality laptops under PerantiSiswa

    The Minister of Communications and Multimedia (K-KOMM), Tan Sri Annuar Musa has reiterated that the tablets under the PerantiSiswa programme will be of high quality. Furthermore, Annuar also stressed that the manufacturer of the devices is a well-known and trusted brand in the market.

  • K-KOMM minister shares PerantiSiswa tablet’s minimum specs, stresses that it won’t be ‘cap ayam’

    K-KOMM minister shares PerantiSiswa tablet’s minimum specs, stresses that it won’t be ‘cap ayam’

    The Communications and Multimedia Ministry (K-KOMM) together with the Finance Ministry (MOF) and the Higher Education Ministry (KPT) officially launched the PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia programme today at MMU, Cyberjaya. However, application for the programme will only start tomorrow (15 April) via its official online portal here.

    During the event, K-KOMM minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa guaranteed that the devices under the programme will be of high quality and not be ‘cap ayam’ (low quality). He also reiterated that the devices will be distributed starting from mid-June, as we’ve reported previously.

  • K-KOMM: PerantiSiswa tablets to be distributed in mid-June, must be returned upon graduation

    K-KOMM: PerantiSiswa tablets to be distributed in mid-June, must be returned upon graduation

    The Communications and Multimedia Ministry (K-KOMM) has announced that applications for the PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia initiative for B40 students will open this 15 April. Its minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa revealed more details of the programme today, though he didn’t quite reveal the manufacturer of the PerantiSiswa tablet.

    Speaking of which, Annuar said that the tablets come with warranty and are made by an ‘established brand’ in the market. Furthermore, the tablets will be given based on the concept of free use, whereby students must return the devices to their respective institutions of higher learning once they finished their studies.

  • K-KOMM Minister teases the tablets that will be distributed to B40 students under PerantiSiswa

    K-KOMM Minister teases the tablets that will be distributed to B40 students under PerantiSiswa

    Communications and Multimedia (K-KOMM) minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa today took to Twitter to tease the upcoming tablets that will be distributed to eligible students under the the PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia programme. Furthermore, Annuar also said that the application for the programme is expected to open this 15 April.

    We have previously reported regarding the PerantiSiswa programme, which is an initiative specifically crafted for tertiary-level education students from the B40 group. It offers free mobile devices and internet access for their studies.

  • Google could launch a Nest Hub with detachable tablet in 2022

    Google could launch a Nest Hub with detachable tablet in 2022

    Google might be planning to make a detachable version of the Nest Hub. According to 9to5Google, a new Nest Hub that features a dockable tablet form factor where the screen separates from a base/speaker is currently in the works and could launch in 2022.

  • Google Play Store has new guidelines to improve the quality of apps on large screen devices

    Google Play Store has new guidelines to improve the quality of apps on large screen devices

    Apple iPad has always been superior to Android tablets when it comes to the quality of apps. As most of us know, some apps downloaded from Google Play Store might have not been tuned for the tablet experience. Therefore, users would have to bear with the apps displayed in low quality on large screens. However, things might change soon with Google announcing a new plan.

  • B40 students can apply for a free mobile device under PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia from mid-April

    B40 students can apply for a free mobile device under PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia from mid-April

    Communications and Multimedia Minister, Tan Sri Annuar Musa has today announced that applications for the PerantiSiswa Keluarga Malaysia programme will be opened in mid-April. A package specifically crafted for tertiary-level education students from the B40 group, PerantiSiswa offers free mobile devices and internet access for their studies.

    Announced during the tabling of Budget 2022 last October, the initiative would benefit around 400000 Malaysian students from either the public or private institutes of higher learning (IPT). Furthermore, the initiative was introduced to help students attend online learning activities, surf the Internet for research purposes and even send messages to stay connected with their families and friends.