Over 31,100 online crime cases recorded from 2021 to June 30
These include online purchase fraud, Macau scams and the compromise of business emails.
Police in northwest India ban public gatherings, suspend internet after Hindu killed
They describe the bloody attack on tailor Kanhaiya Lal as 'an act of terror'.
Measat-3d satellite to boost Malaysia’s internet services
The satellite, scheduled for launch on June 23, is expected to significantly improve the country’s internet services and speeds, especially in rural areas.
Satellite internet service by Elon Musk’s Starlink a work in progress, says Azmin
He says Starlink representatives will be in Malaysia next to discuss their proposals.
Telco giants seeking majority stake in state 5G agency, document shows
Celcom Axiata Bhd, DiGi Telecommunications, Maxis Bhd and U Mobile also want a review of the pricing model and network access plan offered by Digital Nasional Bhd, according to the May 9 letter.
Azmin tours SpaceX ahead of Starlink service launch in Malaysia
The international trade and industry minister says Malaysia looks forward to welcoming SpaceX and Starlink’s presence in the country.
The good and bad of taking to social media about mental problems
While sharing personal experiences can help foster a more open environment, there is also the danger that individual solutions will be taken as blanket treatments.
Govt to stick with plans for single, state-run 5G network
The government will retain a 30% equity stake in Digital Nasional Bhd, and will offer an up to 70% equity stake to telecommunications firms.
‘Cyberattack’ knocks thousands offline in Europe
The outages also knocked offline some 5,800 wind turbines in Germany and Central Europe with a combined output of 11 gigawatts.
Google pushes new plan to overhaul web-tracking cookies
Google will trial a new system called 'Topics', which it says will protect privacy while continuing to allow targeted advertising.
Behind the NFT craze
NFTs began gaining momentum in 2020 although it remains to be seen how long the trend will remain.
Kazakhstan’s internet shutdown leaves millions in the dark during unrest
The streets of Kazakhstan's biggest city Almaty returned to near-normal after the worst violence in three decades of post-Soviet independence, with thousands of people detained and some public buildings torched.