• Niantic Makes Major Changes to ‘Pokemon Go’, Finds Success With new Event.

    The developers at Niantic, makers of ‘Pokemon Go’, haven’t been having the easiest of time making their fans happy with the augmented reality ‘Pokemon’ application. From the disastrous ‘Pokemon Go Fest’ to the divisive raiding system, players and fans alike have begun to get a little bit fed up....
  • Myspace Security Flaw Allowed Unauthorized Access to Accounts

    Until recently, if you still had a Myspace account, your account has been at risk due to a flaw in Myspace’s account recovery system. According to The Verge, security expert Leigh-Anne Galloway discovered a flaw regarding the antiquated account recovery process associated with Myspace accounts. According to Galloway, stealing...
  • Tesla Releases Q2 2017 Numbers

    Tesla has always had a fairly controversial business model. Skeptics have continually argued that this vehicle company is surprisingly unprofitable for a company often touted as an up-and-coming success story. Tesla’s defenders have pointed out that leading companies like Amazon also struggled initially before becoming profitable enterprises. Nevertheless, it...
  • Germany Set To Fine Social Media Companies For Not Removing Hate Speech

    In a move that has sent chills through free speech advocates and human rights groups, The German governments have passed a law that will fine social media companies up to $57 million of they do not remove hateful posts. Companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter will have 24 hours...
  • Co-Founder and CEO Travis Kalanick Resigns from Uber

    Uber has come under a lot of scrutiny since they started for their blatant disregard for insurance laws and taxi unions. However, it wasn’t until recently that a great deal of scrutiny was placed at the internal working of Uber on the corporate level. Susan Fowler, an engineer who...
  • El Chapo may be headed to club Fed!

    A Mexican federal judge has ruled that the Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman can be extradited to the United States. The USDOJ requested extradition as he could be facing a multitude of charges in the US which is sure to leave him spending the rest of his...
  • Will bankers invest in startups? CityMeetsTech to kick-start the UK tech eco-system

    “There have been a few successful exits from the UK, but money has generally been acquired from the US.” – Steve Kennedy, Angel Investor, London tech scene veteran. Are we lacking of investors in other parts of the world, or are they being picky? Or do we actually lack...
  • 2nd NEF-Awani ICT Awards 2011 is calling for nomination

    NEF-Awani ICT Awards is back and was recently launched on 31st October 2011 at InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, organized by Astro Awani television channel and Malaysian Association of Bumiputera ICT Industry and Entrepreneurs (NEF), and launched. This year, the Awards have opened more categories which are: Best Software Best Animation/Games Best New...
  • Silicon Valley comes to Malaysia: A call to Malaysian technopreneurs

    Big names of Silicon Valley such as Jawed Karim, co-founder of YouTube, Shawn Fanning of Napster and Konstantin Guericke, founder of LinkedIn, to name a few, are set to come to Kuala Lumpur for the Silicon Valley Comes to Malaysia Symposium (SVC2M). The companies represented are valued over US$40 billion – making...