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Ahead of the curve: but bendable screens still seek breakthrough

Wearable gadgets are just a step towards a bigger revolution in screens - those that can be bent, folded and rolled up.


Thai fest makes a splash in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: The annual Songkran festival celebrated at two Buddhist temples here continues to be a top draw, with more than 10,000 revellers joining in the celebration and gamely getting themselves drenched.


GE13: Prepping up ballot boxes for big day

KUCHING: The steps it take to seal a ballot box is somewhere between a delicate craft like origami and security baggage checks at airports.


Hundreds join anti-Thatcher 'party' in London

LONDON: Hundreds of opponents of Margaret Thatcher filled London's Trafalgar Square on Saturday evening for a rain-soaked celebration of the former British prime minister's death earlier this week.


Aiyoh, mind that language lah

SPOTLIGHT on politicians who say the darndest things about women.


Hands-On Challenge Questions

It will be a move in the right direction if students are more involved in “greening” their schools


GE13: Art of sealing ballot boxes a mix of origami and security baggage checks

KUCHING: The art of sealing a ballot box is a mix of a delicate craft like origami and security baggage checks at airports.


Crab porridge delight in PJ

This restaurant specialises in crab porridge.


Tips for eating out with baby

There's no reason to leave your baby behind for a family meal on the town – well, if you have the right game plan, that is.