Articles about Malaysia
Households that earn less than RM$3,000 every month will get free Internet for first 30 minutes of usage every day, so more Malaysians can "contribute to country's growing digital penetration".
Despite booking higher revenue, the satellite TV provider's saw high operating expenses over the last year due to its "reinvestment period".
Malaysia's government procurement portal targets 17 billion ringgit (US$5.3 billion) in transactions in 2013, up from 15.4 billion ringgit (US$4.8 billion) last year.
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission slaps DiGi Telecommunications, Celcom Axiata, and Maxis Mobile Services a total of 190,000 ringgit for breach of licence conditions.
Broadband provider lays off several employees due to "business transformation" in order to be able to compete more effectively, says local report.
Philippine and Malaysian Web sites were defaced with messages sympathetic to either side of the armed territorial dispute over the Malaysian state.
Malaysian police have uncovered an alleged credit card manufacturing syndicate involving locals and foreigners, arresting 25 suspects in the process.
All businesses and services conducted over the Internet will need to abide by consumer protection regulations, amid cases of electronic fraud rising to a "worrying" level.
Department of Information's Web site was hacked and defaced, with false statement announcing the resignation of prime minister Najib Razak.
KKBOX will launch unlimited pay-per-month music streaming service in both countries this March, as it expands into other Chinese-language music markets in Asia.
Country's personal data protection Act was due to take effect last month, but is still pending formalities. Despite that, many companies do not appear to be ready yet.
The e-government services provider is hoping to grow annual sales by promoting its commercial products, and is helped by a deal inked with AIG to provide the latter's insurance online.
MOLPay unveils low-cost online payment service for local micro enterprises which prefer not to accept payments online because of perceived high transaction cost.
The Malaysian telco is setting aside the amount for the next three years to deploy its LTE services nationwide.
Mobile operator's long-term evolution network will go live in January 2013, and it will invest 300 million ringgit (US$98.5 million) over three years to support the next-generation wireless technology.