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Apple’s iPhones were part of the 10 trending consumer tech devices on Google this year

Google revealed the top searches of the year including consumer tech, movies, memes and TV shows. In the consumer tech category, 8 of the 10 devices are smartphones; the iPhone 8 and iPhone X take the top two spots followed by the Samsung Galaxy S8 in 4th position. The non-phone devices are Nintendo Switch (3rd)…

E-Money License Granted: Grab Malaysia “Grabs” a Piece of the Payments Pie

Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing app Grab has obtained regulatory approval from Bank Negara Malaysia to launch its mobile payment service in Malaysia following it’s earlier approval from the Singaporean authorities. This move is mirrored by it’s Indonesian counterpart Go-Jek who is also making a foray into the payments market. GrabPay will be rolled out in…

Rumor: Apple to use faster circuit board technology for the Apple Watch and Mac in 2018

Faster and more versatile circuit boards might be coming to the Apple Watch and Mac next year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared in his latest investor note that Apple is working with manufacturer Career on integrating the new, flexible circuit boards used by the iPhone 8 and iPhone X into the MacBook lineup. Kuo –…

Google removes access to Chrome’s apps for Windows and Mac

Last year in August, Google stated that the apps in the Chrome Web Store would be removed. Google has kept its word and now users are not able to access or install apps that were once available on the Chrome Web Store. Chrome Apps that were installed will no longer work starting early next year.…

Send and receive PayPal money with Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is more than just an instant messaging app now; it has transformed into a peer-to-peer  (P2P) payment channel, thanks to the partnership between Facebook and PayPal. Available in the U.S. from October 20, people can send and request money using their PayPal account without leaving the Messenger app. To make a payment, people…

Facebook launches Messenger Kids – a kid-friendly version of Messenger

Facebook has launched Messenger Kids – a standalone, kid-friendly version of Messenger that allows parents to control who their children are able to communicate with. Sounds a little authoritarian, no doubt, but this would arguably be better than leaving your children exposed to the deviants that are lurking out there.   Besides, apart from the executive control…

Bitcoin Bubble Burst lets you know in advance if the bitcoin bubble is bursting

From its initial worth of only about USD$0.08 (RM0.33) a unit, the price of bitcoin has risen to an all-time high of over US$10,000. With this rise, more and more people, believers and skeptics alike, are preparing for the inevitable burst of the Bitcoin bubble. If you’ve sworn allegiance to the former camp, then you…

Apple Pay Cash launches to iPhone users in US

Apple Pay Cash has started to be rolled out in the US, allowing iOS users to send payments directly through iMessage. The solution was announced in June 2017, the company adding ahead of iOS’s launch that the feature would be available this fall with an update to iOS 11 and watchOS 4. The new feature allows…

Google has been collecting Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled

We already know that Google collects information about its users to better its services, but according to a report from Quartz, the search giant also collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled on their phones. And this happens over Wi-Fi even when the phones don’t have any SIM card inserted. Quartz: Since…

MOLPay, iPay88 to introduce Digi’s vcash e-wallet as payment option

DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) has inked agreements to appoint online payment networks MOLPay and iPay88 as partners for its mobile payment service vcash.   Under this agreement, vcash will be made available as a payment option for merchants under MOLPay and iPay88’s online payment gateway networks, enabling customers to transact using vcash with thousands…