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  • Citizens are allowed to record a video while being vaccinated

    Citizens are allowed to record a video while being vaccinated

    It seems that science, tech, innovation and vaccines minister Khairy Jamaluddin has made an announcement stating that citizens who are getting vaccinated are allowed to record themselves as they’re receiving the vaccine. The decision to allow recording during the vaccination process was because of a case where a citizen was injected with an empty syringe not too long ago.

  • WhatsApp might allow users to choose the quality of images and videos soon

    WhatsApp might allow users to choose the quality of images and videos soon

    Sending images on WhatsApp can be a hassle for some of us as the messaging app compresses almost everything you want to share. However, things might change soon as it's spotted that the platform is currently developing features that let users choose the quality of images and videos sending out in chats.

  • Brace yourselves, ads are coming to Instagram Reels!

    Brace yourselves, ads are coming to Instagram Reels!

    Most of us love to browse the Internet uninterrupted, viewing what we like without pop-ups and ads. But companies don't live on free content, and Instagram wouldn't remain unmonetised forever. So get ready because more ads are coming to Instagram.

  • How much RAM do you need on a laptop or computer?

    How much RAM do you need on a laptop or computer?

    In this article, we will take a closer look at how much RAM you would typically need on a laptop or computer.

  • More than 83 million videos and 7 billion comments were removed on YouTube for violative content

    More than 83 million videos and 7 billion comments were removed on YouTube for violative content

    YouTube recently released a blog post regarding a new metric called the Violative View Rate, which hints that more than 83 million videos, as well as up to 7 billion comments, have been removed for violative content. Not only that, but the blog also hinted that YouTube’s machine learning algorithm has managed to automatically flag up to 94% of the violative content while the remaining was done manually.

  • Malaysia beats 19 countries in Opensignal's voice and video experience analysis

    Malaysia beats 19 countries in Opensignal's voice and video experience analysis

    Based on a statement by OpensignalMalaysia managed to beat 19 countries in their voice and video experience analysis with a score of 24.7 points out of 100. With that being said, Malaysia managed to voice being placed at the bottom 20% out of the 75 countries that were analysed in the study.

  • WhatsApp video and voice call functionality could be coming to WhatsApp Web very soon

    WhatsApp video and voice call functionality could be coming to WhatsApp Web very soon

    Based on a statement by WABetaInfo.com, it seems that the developers of WhatsApp might be keen on implementing WhatsApp voice and video call to WhatsApp web. Currently, if you are interested in engaging in either a voice or video call on WhatsApp, you can only do it on either a smartphone or a tablet.

  • Google could help content creators advertise their products on YouTube

    Google could help content creators advertise their products on YouTube

    Based on a statement by bloomberg, it seems that Google could be working with some sort of video integration which could allow content creators to advertise their products on their Youtube videos. But that’s not all, it seems that YouTube could be working closely with Shopify in order to facilitate the selling of products via Youtube.

  • WhatsApp could allow you to send self-destructing pictures in the future

    WhatsApp could allow you to send self-destructing pictures in the future

    Based on a statement by wabetainfo.com, it seems that WhatsApp could soon have a feature called “Expiring media” sometime in the near future which could allow users to send pictures and video that expire after a certain duration. While not much is known in regards to when this feature will be rolled out to the masses, our source also mentioned that it might also notify the sender if the recipient were to screenshot the sent media.

  • Netflix will allow viewers to watch shows and movies from 0.5x to 1.5x speed very soon

    Netflix will allow viewers to watch shows and movies from 0.5x to 1.5x speed very soon

    Based on a statement by theverge.com, it seems that Netflix could allow viewers to watch shows and movies from as slow as 0.5x all the way up to 1.5x speed very soon. While not much is known in regards to when this feature will be available to Malaysians, we do know that viewers will be required to opt-in to this feature whenever they’re watching a new series or movie so that they won’t accidentally watch at a slightly slower or faster speed.