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Jakarta's traffic-clogged economy gets a lift from motorbike deliveries

Three years ago, Ferly Aninditya's stall at a Jakarta food court was losing money. Deterred by the Indonesian capital's paralysing traffic, few customers were prepared to come to him.


Apple CEO promised to build three big plants in US, Trump tells WSJ

Apple Inc chief executive Tim Cook has committed to build three big manufacturing plants in the United States, the Wall Street Journal quoted US President Donald Trump as saying.


This glove cost less than US$100 to make and can translate the sign language alphabet

For a fraction of the cost of a new iPhone, researchers at University of California, San Diego, developed a smart glove that can translate the American Sign Language alphabet as the wearer's fingers move.


How Uber-like grocery services are changing retail

Need milk? Bread? Meat? A week's worth of groceries? Just pull out your iPhone and order them the way you might a pizza. If you want, you can even order aluminium foil, toothpaste and toilet paper.


Google-like glasses, a flop with consumers, now help blind experience the world

Blind for more than 30 years, Paul Mimms – who lost sight in his left eye as a 23-year-old serving in Vietnam and years later lost sight in his right to glaucoma – has long relied on helpful technologies.


Works at Semenyih water treatment plant on schedule

CONSTRUCTION works on the Semenyih 2 water treatment plant are going according to schedule and expected to finish by Dec 19.


Iran’s tech sector blooms under shield of sanctions

The names may be unfamiliar but the services are immediately recognisable: Snapp is Iran’s answer to Uber, Digikala is its Amazon, and Pintapin its

So Aunty, So What?

Why I hate to walk

Which makes me one of the laziest people on Earth.


Fire and Rescue Dept launches Bomba KL app

KUALA LUMPUR: The KL City Fire and Rescue Department has laun­ched its first mobile application, Bomba KL, which will allow users to alert the nearest fire station or volunteer fire service team in the event of a fire or accident.


Shopping online? Think twice before storing your card information, experts say

As millions of online shoppers can attest, it sure is convenient to let websites store credit and debit card numbers so the data can be "auto-filled " on the next visit.