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Swiss line discovers root cause of ageing

A Swiss anti-ageing skincare brand discovers a new ingredient that addresses the root cause of ageing.


Dazed and confused

The list on spotting LGBT behaviour serves only to encourage differences when no curbing is necessary.


Yahoo! raids Google for first woman CEO

SAN FRANCISCO: Struggling Internet pioneer Yahoo! on Monday named 37-year-old Marissa Mayer, a key Google team member, its new chief executive, raiding its archrival for recruits to chart its turnaround.


Chance to get ahead of the pack

DISTED College provides an excellent headstart to students who intend to pursue challenging and rewarding careers in electrical and electronic engineering, creative multimedia, computer science and business IT.


Innovative software system lands researcher major award from Unimas

KUCHING: His love for research work has led Dr Tay Kai Meng to develop a software system similar to the human mind.


Astro puts Lenz on Malaysian market

Talking to Astro's chief innovation officer Brian Lenz.


Taking your status updates ‘off the record’

SOCIAL networks have become ubiquitous in the digital age. Whether you use them to communicate with your friends and family, to make new contacts, to keep an eye on new trends in your line of work or to find cute pictures of cats, there's almost no escaping sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Pinterest.


Apple expected to unveil new iPad

Apple is expected to reveal a new version of its coveted iPad tomorrow in its first major media event since the death of legendary founder and beloved pitchman Steve Jobs.


High-frequency trading soon

BURSA Malaysia is quickly gearing up its regulatory infrastructure and hardware to deal and cope with the new style of trading the stock and derivatives market amongst hedge funds called high-frequency trading.


TVs getting Siri-style personal assistants

b>LAS VEGAS:/bStartup Vlingo is giving televisions the kind of voice-controlled 'virtual assistants' that have been a hit with the latest version of Apple's hot-selling iPhone.