A last ditch effort to save Jaring has failed after the courts threw out an attempt to challenge the recent liquidation order. Utusan Printcorp and its managing director Norhisam Mohamed Nor attempted to secure a court decision to prevent the company from being broken up and sold, but will now have to turn over control of the company to the liquidators for its final days.
Yesterday, we were made aware of an EDM e-mail from TM that was sent to select UniFi customers which offers an upgrade to a 30Mbps package that was previously offered on a trial basis at selected area in Klang Valley. Even though the package is yet to appear on TM’s website, it is a strong sign that the service is now finally ready to accept more customers. True enough, it turns out that the new 30Mbps plan is now available in all areas that are covered by UniFi.
It has come to our attention that TM might have recently sent electronic direct marketing (EDM) e-mails that offered speed upgrades to selected UniFi customers. While that might not sound like something out of the ordinary, what made the EDM interesting is the speed upgrade of 30 Mbps.
Astro On The Go (AOTG) will be offering four channels for free from today until 30 September. These channels show Astro owned content, and cover the general gamut of English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil shows. The satellite television provider already offers three channels for free on its AOTG, and the addition of these four will bring even more free content for viewers.
Notorious download site Megaupload began serving visitors a feed of malicious ads last week; this would not be very surprising, until one remembers that the domain was seized by the FBI not too long ago. What follows is a series of embarrassing errors from both the American law enforcement bureau and the black hat hacker who got himself involved.