Officially announced to the world back in March, iflix which was co-founded by KL-based Catcha Group and US-based Evolution Media Capital is an upcoming video on-demand service that has been touted by many as the “Asian Netflix”. The nickname might seemed bold but still fitting at the same time as iFlix aims to deliver more than 10,000 hours of contents from across the globe to customers in this region.
Scheduled to be available in several Southeast Asian countries throughout 2015 including Malaysia, it has come to our attention that iflix is now sending out invites for users to access its Private Preview session.
Back in 2013, DiGi and Deezer have partnered together to deliver music streaming service to the telco customers. Under the partnership, selected DiGi postpaid plans come with free Deezer Premium+ subscriptions which offers unlimited access to around 35 million songs in its catalogue on computers, tablets, and smartphones.
However, this will come to an end on 31 May though according to a mass SMS (as shown above) that DiGi sent to its customers yesterday.
From the moment you wake up in the morning until you fall asleep at night and even when you’re sleeping, Spotify wants to be there for you all the way. The company recently updated its app to bring music into every parts of your life wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, whatever your mood.
GrabTaxi, also known in Malaysia as MyTeksi, has announced a unique way to battle the famously chaotic traffic in Jakarta. Called GrabBike, this new service allows passengers to hop on motorbikes and navigate your way on two wheels, avoiding the hassle of being stuck in traffic when you’re in cars.
Just because Microsoft sold its MixRadio streaming service to Japan’s LINE corporation last year, it doesn’t mean that they won’t stick to the promise they made prior to the deal. MixRadio is no longer exclusive to Windows Phone, as the company has just launched an iOS and Android version of the app.
Opened in 1996, Kuala Lumpur Tower is currently the seventh tallest telecommunication tower in the world which also contains an observation deck – the second highest publicly accessible viewpoint in Kuala Lumpur after the one in Petronas Twin Towers. If viewing the city from the deck might induce vertigo to some of us, imagine how it would feel like to climb further up to the tower’s antenna.
Well, imagine no more: the selfie above showed exactly how Kuala Lumpur looks like from the tip of KL Tower’s antenna, at the height of 421 meters from the ground.