Digital News Roundup - 3rd May 2018
Karamjit Singh | Chong Jinn Xiung | Dzof Azmi
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On this episode of Digital News Asia Roundup, the DNA team discussed various topics, from Xiomi's new Redmi Note 5, Fitbit's new smartwatch, to new programmes and conference for startups, and University Malay winning the world's first online academia datathon.
0:44:13 - Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Brings Flagship Quality To The Mid-range
4:39:22 - Fitbit Debuts New Versa Smartwatch
8:31:86 - Today’s Encryption Algorithms Threatened By A Quantum Leap
14:32:04 - Has Cashless Finally Arrived In Malaysia?
20:26:91 - iPrice Group Releases Q1 2018 Findings On Malaysia's Top 50 E-Commerce Sites
22:44:90 - TusStar Powered Selangor Accelerator Programme Launches With 30 Startups
26:04:63 - University Malaya Team Wins World’s First Online Academia Datathon
31:38:09 - Week In Review: AI May Run Everything Eventually, But It Won’t Be Tomorrow
36:22:91 - Pixaworks Launches Inaugural Cyberjaya Startup Summit
39:43:95 - Digerati50: Anthony Tan, Co-Founder, Grab
Produced by: Freda Liu
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Categories: Technology, Medical Innovation and Technology, Tech, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development
Tags: Xiaomi, Redmi Note 5, AI, Fitbit, Versa, smartwatch, health, fitness, wearable, encryption algorithm, quantum leap, quantum computing, cashless, e-wallet, iPrice, e-commerce, TusStar, accelerator programme, startup, University Malaya, datathon, Pixaworks, Cyberjaya Startup Summit,