Digital News Roundup - 7th June 2018
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On this episode of Digital News Asia Roundup, the team talked about how Visa is turning a problem upside down to find malware, moving up another notch on the fight against fraud. They also discussed how concerned are Malaysians on data privacy; a Malaysian startup, Klean, winning Pitch@Palace ASEAN 1.0; Asus' latest smartphone; iCandy acquiring Indonesia’s Joyseed; Celcom Axiata's partnership with Microsoft on a new solution for SMEs; and AmInvestment Bank's initiates coverage on N2N Connect.
0:31:76 - Visa Turns A Problem Upside Down To Find Malware
7:15:25 - Data Privacy: Understanding The Risk Of Data Breach
14:14:02 - Malaysian Startup, Klean, Wins Pitch@Palace ASEAN 1.0
18:31:37 - Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 Has A Monster Battery That Goes On And On
21:14:26 - iCandy Acquires Indonesia’s Joyseed
23:29:73 - Celcom Partners Microsoft To Enhance Customer Service
27:16:00 - AmInvestment Bank Initiates Coverage On N2N Connect With "Buy" Rating
30:03:81 - Opinion: Programmes For Malaysia's Digital Economy - What Now?
Produced by: Freda Liu
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Categories: Technology, Medical Innovation and Technology, Tech, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development
Tags: Visa, malware, fraud, credit card, Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1, Asus, smartphone, battery, iCandy, Joyseed, game publisher, mobile game developer, Celcom, Microsoft, SMEs, AmInvestment Bank, N2N Connect, N2N,