Articles about Malaysia
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.
Malaysian government agencies will be prepared for new Internet protocol by end of next year while private sector will be ready by 2015.
Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said Samsung's decision was because of Malaysia's political stability and skilled labor force.
Amount comes from 24 cases of cyberhacking reported between January and September, and police warn government personnel to use personal devices at work with caution.
Tech entrepreneurs in the country have good ideas and products but they will need to build the other aspects of their businesses to attract investors and gain new deals.
Only about 70 handsets recovered so far nearly two weeks after they were stolen from the airport cargo area, a day after the Samsung smartphone's launch.
Malaysia's smallest telco eyeing bigger share of mobile Internet and broadband market, with stronger retail presence and network upgrades.
The Intellectual Property valuation model will help provide a clear methodology for Malaysia's financial institutions in valuing these rights when owners put them up as collateral.
Security conference Hack In The Box 2012 Kuala Lumpur wraps up day one with Pirate Bay founders MIA and Chrome pwned in Google's high-paying hack contest.
Malaysian government holds back on issuing a license previously granted to Australia-based company's facility, saying it will review claims from activist groups over environmental and safety concerns.
Legendary security conference Hack In The Box is about to kick off - with one hell of a lineup and surprises in store. We're in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to bring you all the highlights.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak says "upwardly mobile" citizens will help drive the growth of the local mobile commerce sector.
Country's biggest telco mulls expansion into Myanmar, preferably through partnerships, but it has not set a timeframe to do so.
The two will not likely follow in footsteps of others in the region, because it will be a "huge leap" from how they manage other cyber-related issues with potential public backlash.
A 25-year-old has been arrested over offensive comments on Islam and Prophet Muhammad made on Facebook but the suspect denies making such statements and that his account was hacked.