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LANGKAWI (Bernama): The concept of Malaysia Incorporated (Malaysia Inc), which integrates the private and public sectors into one common objective, is now more important than ever to achieve the country’s big and ambitious goals, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
NEW YORK: Reports from Netflix, Intel and Texas Instruments this coming week may hint at what is to come in the December quarterly earnings season, with some investors wary of possible danger signs that could knock Wall Street after its latest surge to record highs.NEW YORK: Reports from Netflix, Intel and Texas Instruments next week may hint at what is to come in the December quarterly earnings season, with some investors wary of possible danger signs that could knock Wall Street after its latest surge to record highs.
Parental controls can check the young ones but the awkward TV time can be turned into an educational opportunity for the older children.
NEW DELHI: An Indian court on Friday (Jan 17) ordered that four men convicted of the infamous 2012 gang rape and murder of a student on a New Delhi bus would now be hanged on Feb 1. The court had earlier said they would be executed on Jan 22, a ruling that prompted the convicts to seek last possible legal remedies.
Can artificial intelligence and tech industry project management techniques help the film and TV industry to create more hits?
TOKYO (Reuters) - Applications to become Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa's girlfriend have topped 20,000, streaming service AbemaTV said on Thursday, ahead of its documentary on his search for a "life partner" to take on his moon voyage.
Mobile app spending and usage hit a record in 2019 and show no signs of tapering off this year as faster cellular connections and more big-name video streaming services come online, industry tracker App Annie says.
Disney+ and Apple TV+ launched within the same month in late 2019, but they're getting very different receptions in the marketplace.
Walt Disney Co’s new streaming service is off to a record-setting start.
On Jan 17, Patrick Spence, chief executive officer of the pioneering digital speaker maker Sonos, will testify in front of the House antitrust subcommittee, which is seven months into an examination of competition in digital markets. A week after suing Google for infringing on five of its patents, Sonos will presumably make the case that both Google and Amazon, which sell rival speakers powered by their voice-activated assistants, competed unfairly.