Another minister sees Telegram account hacked
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah's account was hacked just hours after that of Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
Protests move online amid real-life washouts
While gatherings have been held in recent years, their attendance for the most part has fallen short of the massive rallies seen before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia fines WhatsApp, Snap and others for storing user data abroad
Moscow has clashed with Big Tech over content, censorship, data and local representation in disputes that have escalated since Russia sent its armed forces into Ukraine on Feb 24.
Twitter down for thousands of users globally
It is not clear what caused the outage.
The young chef cooking Chinese food for all
Woh Jia Le has never regretted his decision to leave the world of five-star hotels to make social media videos instead.
Twitter's future uncertain as it faces messy breakup with Musk
The entire saga has left observers baffled by what one analyst describes as 'one of the craziest business stories ever'.
UK probes hacking of army’s Twitter, YouTube accounts
It says it would be inappropriate to comment further as long as the investigation is ongoing.
Prophet row murder sparks fury on Indian social media
India has a long history of communal violence and authorities have shut down internet connections and imposed a curfew in the city where the attack took place to prevent unrest.
Musk offers billion-user vision but few details to Twitter staff
The Tesla chief has offered no updates on whether he will go through with a proposed US$44 billion takeover deal which he himself has called into doubt.
YouTube Shorts touts 1.5 billion users, taking on TikTok
Shorts has 'really taken off', says YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan.
Sri Lankans turn to social media for help as economic crisis bites
A chronic lack of foreign currency has led to rampant inflation, and shortages of imports including fuel, medicine and other essentials.
No work experience necessary – just a sad story
The Malaysian Employers Federation cautions against taking on workers this way, calling it an unhealthy practice.