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(Reuters) - Aerospace firms on Thursday credited NASA with a successful test of engines on a Boeing-built rocket for Artemis missions that aim to return U.S. astronauts to the moon by 2024, more than half a century since the last lunar walk.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said both members of the public and businesses can contribute to the crowdsourcing campaign by donating used devices to selected telco outlets.
The subsidy is part an initiative under Jaringan Prihatin and is expected to be launched in May.
The racial justice movement sparked last year by the police killing of George Floyd exposed the dearth of Black professionals in numerous industries. Black in Gaming, a networking and advocacy group in the world of video gaming, proposed to do something about it.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's $32 billion test and trace system has not made a significant impact on the COVID-19 pandemic and failed its key goals despite its "unimaginable" cost, a British parliamentary committee said on Wednesday.
After years of not doing much to foster the uptake of electric cars, Singapore has started to embrace them.
To mark International Women's Day, LifestyleTech talks to women who say that although entering the tech world has not been easy, they are making headway by working together.
Though SpaceX has had a rough run of exploding rockets recently, experts in the field say the unmanned rockets' tests are flying in the right direction.
Organisers for the Tokyo Olympics are asking athletes and teams to install a smartphone app that tracks their movements to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus when they arrive in Japan, but there’s just one problem.
Covid-19 made its US debut in Washington state, but the virus was only the first of several intruders to attack the state in the past year.