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No cash? McDonald’s in Brunei now accept cashless payments

The next time youre craving a Big Mac or Double Cheeseburger, skip the ATMs because McDonald's is now accepting cashless payments. The American fast food chain has upgraded its entire point-of-sale (POS) systems with BIBD's integrated cashless payment solutions,...

Bruneian software firm honoured in Geneva for driving SME digital transformation

A Bruneian software firm which has developed a fully customisable ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) application for SMEs was recently honoured in Geneva. Nuara Group was praised at the 2019 World Summit for Information Society (WSIS) Awards last week for...

Concepts wins Epson’s High Achiever Award for 10th straight year

Brunei PC retailer Concepts was recently awarded Epson's High Achiever Award for the tenth year in a row. Concepts is the sole distributor for Epson printers in Brunei, and has been honoured for its continous support in developing Epson...

DST shatters sales record for Prima phone plan packages at the Consumer Fair

DST broke sales record at the recent Consumer Fair after having sold its entire stock of mobile phones under its Prima phone plan packages. The telco in a statement yesterday said that its Prima phone plan packages, which include...

CES 2019: Tech firms see good times as flexible screens roll and fold

Electronic displays that fold, roll and bend have finally arrived after years of development, and tech firms are touting the technology as a potential source of growth and new applications. At the Consumer Electronics Show on Monday, South Korean...

iPhone sales down, Apple blames China

Apple cut its revenue outlook for the latest quarter Wednesday, citing steeper-than-expected "economic deceleration" in China and emerging markets. The rare revenue warnings from Apple suggested weaker-than-anticipated sales of iPhones and other gadgetry, in part because of trade frictions...