Xiaomi’s 75″ 4K 120Hz QLED TV has finally arrived in Malaysia. Our transport Minister has provided more details for public transport operations following the announcement of tightened Movement Control Order (MCO) restrictions which will take into effect from 25th May 2021. And if you are and Android user, Clubhouse is finally now available to you guys.
Digi extends RM20 15GB data plan to all Malaysian students aged 12-24 years old
To support online learning for students as Malaysia returns to home-based teaching and learning (PdPR), Digi has extended its Pakej Data Khas Pelajar to include more Malaysian students. Previously, the plan only covers students born between 2001 to 2004 as well as students who are currently studying in institutes of higher learning. Find out more here.
Clubhouse now available to download for Android users in Malaysia
Clubhouse is finally rolling out to Android smartphone users in Malaysia. Initially offered as a beta in selected markets like the US, the popular audio chat app is now available to download in more countries including Malaysia. Click here to learn more.
Mi TV Q1: Xiaomi’s 75″ 4K 120Hz QLED TV has arrived in Malaysia, priced at RM7,999
Xiaomi is officially bringing in its Smart TVs for the Malaysian market. Today, they have introduced two TV series and the top-of-the-line model is the 75″ Mi TV Q1 that uses a 4K QLED panel. Learn more here.
MCO: 3 pax per car rule remain for taxis and eHailing. No change for air travel
Transport Minister Dr Wee Ka Siong has provided more details for public transport operations following the announcement of tightened Movement Control Order (MCO) restrictions which will take into effect from 25th May 2021. As mentioned by Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, passenger capacity for public transport will be reduced by half. Click here to find out more.