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MCMC raids 2 places over non-certified communications tools

A cordless phone and UHF antenna were among items seized for causing interference with communications.

M40 and B40 families still struggling to buy property

This will not change unless there is a meaningful surge in household income, decline in house prices or more positive measures introduced.

Phone ban rings in new French school year

Proponents say the law, which has prompted vigorous debate, will reduce distraction in the classroom, combat bullying, and encourage children to be more physically active during recess.

Weak phone demand catches up with Samsung as profit falls short

Weaker sales of its Galaxy S9 devices unveiled in the first three months of the year are starting to have an impact on the Suwon, South Korea-based company, even as it dominates in both DRAM and NAND markets.

Survey: 85% of Malaysians yearn for phoneless mealtimes

According to a survey by Prudential, while Malaysians, and Asians, welcome technology, they agree that the handphone is adversely affecting personal relationships.

Malaysians continue to spend beyond their means

A higher standard of living comes at a price as many working adults are broke by the end of the month.

Handphones cause of 35pc of accidents in Kedah, say cops

Use of mobile phones can cause traffic to slow down, they say.

Survey: Late-night handphone use affects mental health

Blue light produced by handphones in the bedroom disturbs your sleep and affects your hormones.

Poor foreign workers hit as Singapore scraps 2G network

A migrants group has started distributing cheap handphones to them and has appealed to the public to donate used 3G handsets.

Ministry: No need for ban on mobile devices in hospitals

Health Ministry Deputy Director-General Dr S Jeyaindran says studies show no proof mobile phones cause interference in medical equipment.

Rise in spine-related injuries from lifestyle habits, says doc

Prolonged use of computers, smartphones and general bad posture over long periods of time contribute greatly to the higher number of spine surgeries affecting both young and old.