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Residents get neighbourhood updates at AGM

THE annual general meeting (AGM) of the USJ20/1-3 Residents Association in Subang Jaya was far from mundane.

A cool attraction

JOHOR BARU: The Kota Tinggi Waterfalls will be one of the main attractions for local and foreign tourists during the Visit Johor Year 2020 campaign.

Electric scooters: not so eco-friendly after all?

E-scooters touted as zero-carbon urban transport are flooding city streets worldwide, but just how green they are remains an open question.

When convenience meets surveillance: AI at the corner store

Before patrons can enter the basic convenience store in Tacoma, Washington, a camera under a red awning will take a picture and use artificial intelligence to decide whether the image matches any in a database of known robbers and shoplifters at that location.

An autonomous vehicle took on Chicago's traffic. Here's what happened

Autonomous vehicles conjure visions of futuristic machines that lack steering wheels, but the first driverless cars probably won't actually be driverless.

Maybank QRPay's merchant base expands to more than 250,000

KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank, which launched its cashless mobile payment option using QR codes last year, has expanded the Maybank QRPay network to more than 250,000 merchants nationwide.

Federal government approves RM10.8mil allocation for Sandakan's Duchess of Kent Hospital

SANDAKAN (Bernama): The federal government has approved a RM10.8mil allocation for the Duchess of Kent Hospital here.

Pay for parking in Subang Jaya through app

Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is now listed under the Smart Selangor Parking mobile app, allowing motorists to pay for parking through their smartphone.

Britain's largest auto maker to allow helpful car drivers to earn cryptocurrency

LONDON: Jaguar Land Rover, Britain's largest auto manufacturer, said on Monday it is testing software that will allow drivers of its cars to earn the IOTA cryptocurrency as a reward for sharing data.

Data breaches won’t derail Singapore’s tech push: minister

Recent data breaches, including one where details of HIV patients were leaked, won’t hold back Singapore’s efforts in testing and investing in the latest technology to build what it termed as a “Smart Nation”.