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McDonald’s Malaysia Begins To Accept Credit and Debit Cards

by Chief Chapree · 6 hours ago · 1 Comment · 0 views

Credit Card and Debit Card at McDonald's Malaysia

While credit and debit card might be a standard payment option at McDonald’s restaurants in certain countries such as US, UK, and Singapore, McDonald’s Malaysia didn’t offer such option even though its close rival KFC has implemented it back in 2008. However, this is going to change soon as we have spotted the payment option at McDonald’s Sunway Pyramid earlier this week.

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Singaporeans Now Able To Subscribe 10Gbps Fibre Broadband From Singtel

by Chief Chapree · 5 days ago · 41 Comments · 0 views

Singtel 10Gbps Home Fibre Connection

It is hard not to be jealous of our southern neighbor when it comes to Internet speed. At a time where the fastest residential fibre broadband speed in Malaysia is currently still 100Mbps, Singaporeans will soon be able to obtain 10Gbps fibre connection for their home from Singtel.

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Razer Now Selling Blade Stealth Notebook For RM 49

by Chief Chapree · 5 days ago · 7 Comments · 0 views

Razer Blade Stealth Paper Notebook

During CES 2016 last month, Razer has launched its thinnest gaming notebook to date that is called Blade Stealth. Fast forward to earlier this week, the company has released yet another Blade Stealth notebook on its webstore that is priced at only RM 49. Before you get too excited though, you might want to read more about it below.

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Dutch National Police Force Is Now Training Eagles To Take Out Illegal Drones

by Nasir Rabik · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 0 views


Drones: some love them and some outright despise them. Why? Because even though drones are fun to play with, they may also be a threat to firefighters, law enforcement officers and even worse, air traffic controllers. Cue the Dutch National Police Force and its eagles that are trained to take out illegal flying robots.

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Google Reveals Chinese New Year Trends Across APAC

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 0 views

Google CNY History

Chinese New Year is around the corner, and data obsessed Google has compiled a list of trends surrounding the celebration from around the Asia Pacific region. These trends have fewer numbers than what we’re used to seeing from Google, but it does provide some extremely interesting insights into the various Chinese communities across APAC.

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#2015bestnine Instagram Meme Is A Secret Dating App

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 0 views

Best Nine Trojan Horse

The last days of 2015 saw Instagram flooded with photo collages of users’ nine most popular posts. #2015best nine spread across the internet and became an overnight sensation. It turns out that that there was an ulterior motive behind the app: users had secretly signed up for a new matchmaking service.

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Alphabet Is Now The World’s Most Valuable Company

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 0 views

Alphabet Logo

Google’s transformation into Alphabet looks to have paid off; at least it has according to the new company’s first quarterly earnings report. Alphabet has beaten analyst estimates for its Q4 2015 results, and that has had the knock on effect of sending the company stock price up by six-percent in after-hours trading.

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This was the Coolest Thing We Saw at Samsung SEA Forum 2016

by Pang Tun Yau · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 0 views


Usually, Samsung’s regional SEA Forum event is a showcase for everything that was announced at the global CES event. This year, it was pretty much the same: we saw the new SUHD TVs, the cool Family Hub Refrigerator, and the new Galaxy TabPro S.

Things took an exciting turn when we entered the B2B hall.

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Samsung SEA Forum 2016: A Closer Look at the Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator

by Pang Tun Yau · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 0 views


Samsung’s CES shows usually talk more about its stunning new TVs, but this year a more traditional home appliance stole the show: a fridge. Not just any fridge, mind you: the Family Hub Refrigerator actually packs a 21.5-inch Full HD touch display on one door!

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Grab Malaysia To Offer Ippudo Yee Sang Delivery On 3 February For Only RM 8.88

by Chief Chapree · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 0 views


Yee sang is one of the most well-known dish for Chinese New Year and Grab has decided to join the festivities by offering yee sang delivery service next week. Done in collaboration with the famed Japanese ramen restaurant Ippudo, it is going to be a special 1-day-only service.

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MCMC’s Internet Users and Consumer Satisfaction Survey 2016 Begins Today

by Chief Chapree · 2 weeks ago · 11 Comments · 0 views


Being a national organization that is responsible for monitoring the communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) conducts public survey from time to time in order to gauge the level of satisfaction that consumers have towards the industry. As it turns out, one such survey has just started today.

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Fans Are Recreating The Entire GTA V Map In Minecraft

by Terry Bass · 3 weeks ago · No Comments · 0 views


A YouTuber who goes by the name of N11ck is doing something that has never been attempted before. He and his team is trying to create a 1:1 scale replica of GTA V inside Minecraft. Naturally, the project was titled “GTA 5 In Minecraft” and it started back in January 2015.

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