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BEIJING (AFP): China's tech titans can rely on their massive home market to ride out a Donald Trump-led campaign against them overseas, and in the long-term their global prospects remain strong, analysts say.
SINGAPORE: Beaten-down equities in Southeast Asia have become irresistibly cheap, according to analysts at HSBC who recommend investing in Indonesia and across the region in a contrarian note on Monday that forecasted the best returns from laggard Singapore.
SINGAPORE, Sept 14 (Reuters): Beaten-down equities in South-East Asia have become irresistibly cheap, according to analysts at HSBC who recommend investing in Indonesia and across the region in a contrarian note on Monday that forecasted the best returns from laggard Singapore.
Skateboarders, surfers and mountain bikers used to be the target customers for California startup Skydio, a maker of high-end drones that can home in on people and capture their movements on video all by themselves. Now US police officers, firefighters and soldiers are interested in the self-flying machines.
Apple is expected to spotlight its smartwatch, iPad, and subscription services on Sept 15 as it strives to reignite growth with a must-have holiday line-up.
Algerians were unable to access social media accounts on Sept 13 as students sat national exams in the North African country where authorities are cracking down on cheating.
CAIRO: Vodafone Group Plc said it remains in talks to sell its Egyptian business to Saudi Telecom Co, after failing to finalise terms before a deadline.
Microsoft will on Sept 15 launch its Xbox cloud gaming service priced at US$1 (RM4) for new users' first month, in a major drive to attract casual gamers with the promise of cutting ties to the living room and as competition with Sony heats up.
JAKARTA: The unexpected decision to put Indonesia’s capital back into a tougher lockdown has surprised analysts and investors and threatens to prolong the recovery of South-East Asia’s largest economy.
China maintained its position as the world’s second-largest cloud services market amid record spending of US$4.3bil (RM17.91bil) in the second quarter.The market is being driven by government stimulus measures, investment by service providers, digital transformation projects and increased demand for online servicesSecond-quarter cloud spending in China accounted for 12.4 per cent of the US$34.6 billion total global investment during that period