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Qualcomm Inc announced a computing system for autonomous vehicles designed to handle everything from lane controls to full self-driving that it aims to have on the road by 2023.
NEW YORK: Gold prices shot to an almost seven-year high on Monday as U.S.-Iranian tensions drove demand for safe-haven assets and pushed a gauge of global equity markets lower, but shares on Wall Street rebounded on a less worrisome view of events
U.S. created 'global anti-US fury and a worldwide rancor' by killing Soleimani - Iran foreign minister
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United States has created "global anti-US fury and a worldwide rancor" by killing senior Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted on Monday.
NATIONAL No. 1 shuttler Lee Zii Jia may not have achieved anything big yet but he is fast becoming one of the most marketable athletes in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The days of senior shuttlers Soniia Cheah (pic) and Chow Mei Kuan-Lee Meng Yean are numbered if they do not buck up.
IT’s no mean feat to earn 100 caps for the country in football. Only a handful have managed it, with “Towkay” soh Chin aun as themost capped at 114. aidil Zafuan abd razak is one current player who can join the exalted ranks of centurions. The 32-year-old aidil has87 caps in his bag and he needs to feature in 13 internationals to hit the mark.
KUALA LUMPUR: The proceedings of the suit filed by Damansara MP Tony Pua against Datuk Seri Najib Razak for alleged misfeasance in public office in relation to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) have been suspended until the former prime minister’s 1MDB criminal case is completed.
Singapore: Gold has surged to the highest level in more than six years as fast-rising tensions in the Middle East stoked demand for haven assets, with Goldman Sachs Group Inc saying that bullion offered a more effective hedge than oil to the crisis. Palladium extended gains to an all-time high.
HONG KONG: The two bronze lion statues standing guard over HSBC Holdings Plc’s main offices in Hong Kong still bear the marks of an attack by protesters, who last week daubed them with red and black paint, setting at least one ablaze. Graffiti declared that HSBC had been dyed the red of China.