The Galaxy Note 9 will officially be on sale on 24 August 2018 and it retails at RM3,699 and RM4,599 for the 128GB and 512GB models respectively. The Malaysian market is getting three distinct colour options: Ocean Blue (with a bright yellow S Pen), Metallic Copper, and of course, Midnight Black.
The big-screened 6.4in smartphone looks near identical to its Note 8 predecessor with its edge-to-edge display and glossy IP68-certified chassis, but Samsung is touting a number of upgrades. Since the online pre-order is already gone, for those who are interested, you can still login and register your interest on their website to make a booking.
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The government is looking at policy models in other countries such as South Korea and Japan to control internet addiction among teenagers and youths including limiting access to internet after midnight.
Deputy Health Minister, Dr Lee Boon Chye said it is important as the National Health and Morbidity Survey 2017 had revealed that 34.9 percent of teenagers between the ages of 13 to 17 are addicted to the internet. They might implement policies where those under 17 years of age are limited in using the Internet, from 12am to 6am every day.
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Grab is continuing on its plans towards becoming Southeast Asia’s “superapp.” It has announced a joint venture with Ping An Good Doctor—a large online healthcare player in China.
The partnership aims to provide several services, including medicine delivery and appointment bookings. The platform will launch in a few countries in the first quarter of 2019, and will use GrabPay to complete transactions. The new service is developed using GrabPlatform, a set of technologies that allows partners to leverage Grab’s user base, drivers, and technology.
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Today Aug 17, marks the 100th day of Pakatan Harapan’s victory. Based on Malaysiakini, so far PH have only fulfilled 2 promises which are the abolishment of GST and initiating reviews of all megaprojects that have been awarded to foreign countries.
For the other promises some are still in progress and some are not even in progress yet. However, the rakyat are hopeful that PH will fulfill their promises but not right now as they believe that it takes time to rebuild the country and its impossible to achieve it in 100 days.
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The Dewan Rakyat passed the motion to repeal the Anti-Fake News Act 2018 with a simple voice vote. The motion was passed after a speech by Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mohd Hanipa Maidin.
Who explained that there were laws already in place to deal with fake news such as the Penal Code, the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984, and the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.
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