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Privacy groups warn of perils in smartwatches for kids

Smartwatches designed to help parents keep tabs on children could create privacy and security risks, activist and consumer groups said on Oct 18 as they called for probes by regulators.

Consumer organisations contend that smartwatches for kids may expose them to more danger rather than keeping them safe. — AFP Relaxnews

This new app for Xi’s speech deserves a clap

Beijing: Missed out on the orchestrated applause at China’s Communist Party Congress? Cheer up: this being China, you can join the praise through your mobile phone.

At your finger tips: This game on a mobile phone allows users to applaud Xi’s speech as many times as they can in 19 seconds. — AFP

‘Report lost MyKad to prevent fraud‘

JOHOR BARU: Those who have lost or misplaced their MyKad should not take it lightly but lodge a police report.

Malaysian enticement for start-ups

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has the ideal ecosystem for global tech start-ups to establish themselves and expand into the South-East Asian market, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Forward thinking: Najib chairing the 29th MSC Malaysia Implementation Council Meeting in Putrajaya. — Bernamaempengerusikan mesyuarat Majlis Pelaksanaan Digital Malaysia (ICM) ke-29 di Perdana Putra hari ini.--fotoBERNAMA (2017) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

Business-class hotel opens in Senai

KULAI: The first business-class hotel in Senai, offering various facilities to customers during their stay, has opened its doors to the public in Taman Impian.

Tee (fifth from left) cutting a ribbon to mark the auspicious opening of the hotel with Gnagi (right), Ker (sixth from left) and Kulai district officer Md Za’nal Hj Misran (left).

Analysts say Digi likely to see subdued earnings

PETALING JAYA: Bhd is expected to see subdued earnings in the near-term due to tight competition in the pre-paid segment and a highly competitive landscape, according to analysts.

Kenanga Research attributed the weaker prepaid segment to aggressive competition and softer consumer sentiment.

Chance to learn about people and cultures in the West

From MUHAMAD SOLAHUDIN RAMLI, Marang, Terengganu

Ryanair resolves advertising row with Google, eDreams

LONDON: Irish no-frills airline Ryanair has reached a settlement with Internet giant Google and travel agent eDreams, it said Thursday, ending a two-year legal battle over online advertising.

Ryanair had argued that eDreams was creating websites including the word “Ryanair” to mislead customers. - Reuters pic

Claims of 'cat with human head' discovery quashed

PETALING JAYA: Rumours of the discovery of a cat-like creature with a human head in Pahang has reached UK shores.

Intel working with Facebook on chips for AI

Intel chief Brian Krzanich said Tuesday his company is working on a super-fast chip designed specifically for artificial intelligence.

 Krzanich said his company is working on a super-fast chip designed specifically for artificial intelligence. — AFP Relaxnews