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Technology 08 Nov 2019 | 7:00 AM

Adobe exec defends Photoshop for iPad after app falls flat

SAN FRANCISCO: Adobe Inc debuted its most important mobile application ever this week when it finally released Photoshop for Apple Inc’s iPad. But with key capabilities missing, many within the company’s vast fan base have panned the application, prompting the app’s overseer to publicly defend his product.

Opinion 26 Jul 2019 | 12:00 AM

Lessons from abroad

VISITING a new country brings a degree of caution: regardless of how much research you do beforehand, nothing really prepares you for the actual sounds, sights and smells that await, ready to overturn assumptions. It’s particularly disorienting if a youthful imagination has taken hold before arriving: when I first visited London as a child, I was expecting to see streets paved with gold, so taken was I by the story of Dick Whittington and his cat.

Opinion 08 Jul 2019 | 12:14 AM

M'sia needs to adopt a fact-based approach in the palm oil battle

I AM not exaggerating when I say we have a palm oil problem.

Opinion 06 Jul 2019 | 12:00 AM

Shakespeare in Malaysian politics

ON A morning when I was pumped up with Malaysian politics, I watch­ed the rehearsal of OYIF (On Your Imaginary Forces), named after a line from William Shakes­peare’s play Henry V.

Business 30 Apr 2019 | 12:00 AM

US-China trade talks reach endgame

BEIJING: US negotiators head to China today to try to hammer out details to end the two countries’ trade war, including the shape of an enforcement mechanism, the success or failure of which could set the trajectory of ties for years to come.

Business 08 Apr 2019 | 12:00 AM

Entropia appoints Wai as creative chief

PETALING JAYA: Entropia has appointed award-winning director Wai Khuen Yee (pic) as executive creative director.

Business 02 Jan 2019 | 12:00 AM

Blockchain will finally make itself useful

NEW YORK: After all the hype, blockchain is due for a breakthrough in 2019. Banks and companies are gradually applying versions of the distributed-ledger technology associated with bitcoin to tasks like settlement. Demonstrating blockchain’s utility, though, will say little about the value of cryptocurrencies themselves.