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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian Basketball Association (Maba) president Datuk Lua Choon Hann has voluntarily taken indefinite leave while authorities investigate an incident where the incorrect national flag was displayed.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The owners of Premier League champions Manchester City have agreed to buy 65% of Indian soccer team Mumbai City FC, expanding their global stable of clubs to eight in countries from China to Japan to the United States.
Disney+ now lets you pick up where you left off watching a TV show or movie – a table-stakes feature for any streaming service that Disney had removed shortly after Disney+'s debut two weeks ago as it worked to fix glitches.
THE print and digital media must report suicide cases prudently and responsibly.
Silver Lake’s expensive foray into English football reflects the soaring value of live matches and a bet that Manchester City’s hundreds of millions of fans represent a big revenue opportunity.
Images of the adorable Baby Yoda character from Disney+'s The Mandalorian Star Wars series are back on Giphy – after the GIF-sharing site briefly pulled them down over a mix-up about copyrights.
Disney+ has been going gangbusters two weeks after its debut, notwithstanding the technical issues at launch. But the strong interest in the Mouse House’s new streaming service, at this point, isn’t derailing the momentum of Netflix or other services like Amazon Prime Video or HBO, according to new data.
The Chinese billionaire behind teen phenomenon TikTok is a 36-year-old tech guru whose eye for youth trends and pioneering use of AI has blasted the app to global success – while working hand-in-glove with censors to control content within China.
Weekly PC download charts: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Red Dead Redemption 2, Sniper Ghost Warrior
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order remains top of the Steam chart for now, with Halo's fellow PC re-release Red Dead Redemption 2 leading on Humble and new release Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts ahead on GOG.
Up to 65% of the world's population and some 2.6 billion subscriptions will be covered by 5G by the end of 2025, according to the November edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report.