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Samsung’s latest offering, the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition 5G, packs its predecessors’ hardware in a range of new colours and is priced at RM3,399.
Dogs like Sota can recognise a chemical coating on memory storage chips called triphenylphosphine oxide, more commonly known as TPPO.
Technology, which so many children love, has become a town crier blasting out their pain.
From the headquarters of Ford in Dearborn, Michigan and Goldman Sachs in New York to Fedex facilities across the United States, workers are returning after months of lockdowns to the new reality of social distancing, hybrid remote and office work schedules, and strict hygiene protocols.
Now with just a click on a mobile application developed by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), members of the public can educate themselves on forest conservation and environmental matters and report any related issue to the organisation.
‘Robots don’t sneeze’: Hotels, hospitals, offices turning to delivery bots during coronavirus pandemic
The next time you order hotel room service, you may receive a buzz on your phone rather than a knock on your door.
The new coronavirus may remain infectious for weeks on banknotes, glass and other common surfaces, according to research by Australia’s top biosecurity laboratory that highlights risks from paper currency, touchscreen devices and grab handles and rails.
Singapore’s Ebb & Flow Group took an unusual route to creating one of its most popular food items: analysing more than 200,000 data points to predict customer preference and potential demand.
MCMC tells the public to watch out for parody accounts while PDRM highlights a new anti-scam system.
Ozioma Egemasi says Nigerian police slapped, whipped and struck him with the butt of a pistol when he refused to pay them a bribe. Then he heard them discuss whether to kill him.