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- PR - KL - Jul 24, 2014 - MSTB Software Certification to Enhance Made in Malaysia Products
- PR - KL - Jul 22, 2014 - Winners of IHL-MSC Malaysia Startup Challenge (i-MSC) 2013/2014 announced
- PR - Jul 8, 2014 - MDeC and Founder Institute team up for MSC Malaysia Global Linkages Program
- PR - Jun 12, 2014 - MOLPay Released New Mobile SDK for Android and iOS
- PR - May 25, 2014 - AMD Mantle API Deepens Industry Influence with Support for Three New Electronic Arts Titles
- PR - May 17, 2014 - 15-Year-Old Scientist Creates Machine Learning Software Tool to Detect Cancer-Causing Gene Mutations
PR - KL - Jul 24, 2014 - MSTB Software Certification to Enhance Made in Malaysia Products
The Malaysian Software Testing Board (MSTB) and the Korean Testing Laboratory (‘KTL’) recently met in Kuala Lumpur for the two-day Certification Decision Seminar as a platform to gather and exchange ideas and experience in software testing.
At hand to facilitate the workshop were Cho Won-Jun, the director of Software Evaluation Centre, Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL), and Dr Lee Soo-Yeon, Chairman of Certification Committee of KTL's Good Software (GS) marks. GS is Korea's national software certification scheme and KTL is one of the Certification Bodies for the scheme.
The two-day seminar was part of the final preparations for the rolling out the QS scheme and it was attended by MSTB Board members as well as members of QS scheme Decision Committee and senior managers. Much of the discussion at the meeting revolved around clarifying and refining various components of the certification process.
The seminar also featured a workshop session for the software evaluation team to sharpen their skills on software evaluation analysis and reporting, which is a crucial part of the certification process.
PR - KL - Jul 22, 2014 - Winners of IHL-MSC Malaysia Startup Challenge (i-MSC) 2013/2014 announced
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) bagged the top prize in 10th MSC Malaysia – Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) – MSC Malaysia Startup Challenge 2013/14 awards prize giving ceremony here last Thursday.
In the Business Idea category, the UTM team, comprising of Lim Thol Yong and Ng Ee Leen, with the team name 360 Degree Sensing Car System won the RM6,000 prize money and trophy for their creation of a solution using an application displayed through smartphones, which monitors the surroundings of a car with a 360 degree view.
The team, who was mentored by Dr Yeong Che Fai, demonstrated the system has strong competitive advantage compared to other similar applications as it has a wider range, lower in cost and can be installed in any type of cars.
Team WoCo, from UPM, which consisted of Ahmad Wazizi Samsudin, Mohd Fadzli Razali, Muhammad Zaid Yusoff and Puteri Suhaiza Sulaiman emerged as the champion in the Business Plan category. They walked away with RM12,000 and trophy.
PR - Jul 8, 2014 - MDeC and Founder Institute team up for MSC Malaysia Global Linkages Program
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) and Kuala Lumpur Founder Institute (KLFI) announcing that they will be sending four Malaysian startups to Silicon Valley under the MSC Malaysia Global Linkages Program. Under this initiative, these companies will have the opportunity to participate in the Silicon Valley Founder Institute (SVFI) program, where they will meet and get business feedback from some of the world’s premier technology CEOs.
PR - Jun 12, 2014 - MOLPay Released New Mobile SDK for Android and iOS
MOLPay recently released a new mobile SDK for latest version of both Android and iOS platforms.
The latest mobile SDK developed by MOLPay is a mobile payment solution incorporated with native app user interface (UI), which provides users with smoother and speedier content loading compare to web view. In addition, these new SDK integrates seamlessly with Android and iOS platforms while eliminating payment frictions. All these plus points add up to a great improvement especially on the overall user experience.
As UI/ UX looks more natural, developer will therefore save great amount of time and trouble in styling the elements to make the interface look native.
MOLPay’s mobile SDK supports multicurrency payment options as well as MOLPay Secure 1-Click payment which provides tokenization to help merchants increase repeat sales and build customer loyalty.
PR - May 25, 2014 - AMD Mantle API Deepens Industry Influence with Support for Three New Electronic Arts Titles
AMD is pleased to announce that Electronic Arts (EA) will support Mantle, AMD’s groundbreaking graphics API, in three new games: Battlefield Hardline™, Dragon Age: Inquisition™, and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare™. These join an extensive catalogue of more than 40 games that now support AMD’s revolutionary graphics API. All three of these games are powered by DICE’s cutting-edge engine, Frostbite 3.
data reveals that Mantle is universally the API of choice when conducting performance evaluations of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare on all AMD Radeon graphics cards. After months of intense collaboration by AMD and Dice in Battlefield 4 as a beautiful launch vehicle for Mantle, the Frostbite Engine’s implementation of Mantle has never been stronger or more robust. We’re outstandingly excited to see the fruits of that labor once again come to life in PvZ.
PR - May 17, 2014 - 15-Year-Old Scientist Creates Machine Learning Software Tool to Detect Cancer-Causing Gene Mutations
Eathan Han, 15, of Boston was awarded first place for developing a machine learning software tool to study mutations of a gene linked to breast cancer at this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, a program of Society for Science & the Public.
Using data from publicly available databases, Han examined detailed characteristics of multiple mutations of the BRCA1 tumor suppressor gene in order to "teach" his software to differentiate between mutations that cause disease and those that do not. His tool exhibits an 81 percent accuracy rate and could be used to more accurately identify cancer threats from BRCA1 gene mutations. Han received the Gordon E. Moore Award of US$75,000, named in honor of the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist.