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TECH

Dialog expects to supply chips to Apple through 2020: CEO in paper

Dialog Semiconductor expects Apple, its top customer, to use its chips for a significant proportion of its devices in 2019 and 2020, chief executive Jalal Bagherli told a German newspaper.

AseanPlus News

Second chance for ex-cadre

Anlong Veng (Cambodia): Breaking into a broad smile, former Khmer Rouge cadre Im Chaem describes the relief she has felt since her baptism – part of a new spiritual journey for the 75-year-old after she dodged charges of crimes against humanity.

Metro News

Drop in dengue cases in Klang district since January

THE number of dengue cases in the Klang district has dropped in the past eight weeks from Jan 1 to Feb 28, said Klang Municipal Council (MPK) Health Department director Azmi Muji.

TECH

Smart-home tech is all about drawing more people into firms’ ecosystems

When Amazon.com approached Jason Johnson, founder and chief executive of August, nearly three years ago and asked to integrate his company's Internet-connected locks with a new device called the Amazon Echo, he thought it was a gimmick.

Athletics

Roger Bannister, first four-minute miler, dies aged 88

LONDON (Reuters) - Roger Bannister, who has died aged 88, will live forever in the annals of athletics history as the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.

Football

Watford strike late to pile pressure on West Brom boss Pardew

WATFORD 1 WEST BROM 0

Cricket

England hold nerve to beat New Zealand by four runs

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Ben Stokes' brilliant diving catch proved the catalyst for a spectacular middle-order collapse, while Chris Woakes bowled a superb final over as England beat New Zealand by four runs in their third one-day international on Saturday.

Economy

Dumping US debt, a possible weapon in global trade war

NEW YORK: U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to slap stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum has rattled financial markets and stirred fears that some trading partners might retaliate by dumping U.S. Treasuries.

Commodities Premium

Asian allies steel for Trump tariff tussle

Stock prices slide for major U.S. military allies and steelmakers Japan, South Korea

Business

Short Position

IT has not been much fun in the oil and gas (O&G) services industry ever since crude oil prices tanked back in early 2016. A sharp contrast from 10 years ago when crude prices were trading near US$150 a barrel or even from mid-2014, when prices were around US$110.