Mobile Monday Malaysia is back

Mobile Monday Malaysia is back after being quiet for some time. It signed a digital Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) with GTower yesterday. Via the MoU, GTower will be the official venue host for Mobile Monday Malaysia’s monthly events at GTower’s award winning rooftop bar, VIEW. Founded in Helsinki, Finland, MobileMonday (MoMo) is a networking event for developers, mobile industry visionaries and ...

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BlackBerry OS 7.1 Released

Research in Motion has released an update for its BlackBerry 7 operating system smartphones. The new BlackBerry 7.1 OS will begin rolling out from mobile operators around the world beginning today and over the coming weeks. List of the BlackBerry smartphones that will receive the OS 7.1 update: BlackBerry Bold- 9900/9930 BlackBerry Torch- 9850/9860/9810 BlackBerry Curve- 9350/9360/9370 The new update ...

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Nokia Lumia 900 Unveiled

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 today, Nokia has announced the Lumia 900,  arguably the flagship Lumia device in the US before the rest of the world. It will be exclusive to AT&T for the time being. The Nokia Lumia 900 comes with LTE connectivity supporting download speeds up to 50Mbps and a large 4.3” ClearBlack AMOLED screen. ...

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[Apps] Maybank M2U for Android

Malayan Banking Berhad or better known as Maybank has released an Android app allowing customer to access and use banking services on their smartphone. Features of M2U for Android:

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Windows Phone update fixes disappearing keyboard & more

Microsoft appears to have released an update for Window Phone that includes bug fixes and improvements. For the moment, it is only available for LG Optimus 7 on Vodafone network according to reports. The latest update is currently at version 7.10.8107.79. Change log below:

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Huawei Shares Views on Telecom Industry Trends for 2012

One of the world’s largest telecom equipment maker, Huawei Technologies shared their views on Telecom Industry Trends for 2012. Below is 10 key issues that affect the development of the telecom industry according to Huawei. The mobile network enters the Gigabit Era—it’s time to build ubiquitous broadband networks The biggest bottleneck for current mobile networks is insufficient bandwidth capacity. Compared ...

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Nokia to move Singapore HQ to China

Nokia will be moving its Asia-Pacific headquarters to Beijing(China) from Singapore as part of plans to raise business efficiencies and meet savings targets. The move to relocate its Asia-Pacific HQ indicates that Nokia wants to focus in the world’s largest smartphone market which Nokia is already leading according to a research report. Nokia Singapore office will continue to operate as ...

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No Value Pack Upgrade for Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung Galaxy S owners out there who are expecting for a “value pack upgrade” are going to be disappointed with this news. Samsung officially confirmed that it has dropped the plan to release the update. Samsung Electronics initially said the Galaxy S will not be compatible with the latest Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich due to hardware and memory ...

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TM to spend up to RM3bil to improve services

In a recent interview with a local newspaper, Telekom Malaysia Group CEO said that the company will spend up to RM3bil in capital expenditure (capex) this year to improve services, especially UniFi. “We are looking to invest RM2.7bil to RM3bil in capex this year to provide access, build our core network and support systems. We will continue to invest in ...

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P1 to support IPV6 by end of this year

Packet One Networks or better known as P14G said that it will be IPV6 ready by the end of 2012. The WiMAX operator has already completed phase two of three phases of the compliance exercise. Michael Lai, Chief Executive Officer of P1 said, “We are quickly approaching a major milestone in the life of the Internet. Malaysia is preparing for ...

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