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Najib: Bumiputra economic agenda 'missing' from Opposition's manifesto

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has chided the Opposition for abandoning the economic agenda of the bumiputras.


Magic Leap is said to ship first devices under tight security

Magic Leap Inc has quietly begun sending its mysterious augmented reality headsets into the wild. A small group of software developers recently received devices at their offices, according to people familiar with the matter. But access to the gadget comes with an usual caveat: They must commit to keeping them in locked safes.


Turn off throttling on iPhones with Apple's iOS 11.3

iPhone users can un-throttle their phones with the latest iOS 11.3's battery management functions, which also let's users check their battery's health to determine if it's time to change.


Cambridge Analytica gave Bolton Facebook data, papers show

A British company at the heart of the Facebook Inc data-privacy scandal agreed to give a political action committee founded by John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s newly appointed national security adviser, data harvested from millions of Facebook users, documents released by Parliament show.


Google-led plan to upend wireless industry gains momentum

A Google-led plan to overhaul how valuable airwaves are used for calls and texts is gaining momentum across the wireless industry, giving the company the chance to play a central role in networks of the future.


Bitcoin falls below key US$7,000

LONDON: Bitcoin’s miserable quarter isn’t over yet.


Amazon’s next challenge: Teens without the plastic to buy online Inc has millennial shoppers nailed down. And their parents. And most of their grandparents.


TV networks fail to capitalise on Facebook’s terrible year

US TV networks surrendered more than US$1bil (RM3.86bil) in advertising sales last year, according to a study that suggests large media companies are failing to capitalise on scandals at online competitors Facebook Inc and YouTube.


Free WiFi kiosks on the way to Philadelphia with cameras, critics and lessons learned

When WiFi kiosks first appeared on New York City streets, homeless men huddled to gawk at pornography, privacy protesters taped over the machine's security cameras, and digital libertarians feared that the provider was harvesting data from unsuspecting users.

Nation’s first virtual fair goes live next week

PETALING JAYA: has launched its first-ever virtual fair to cater to those who are unable to attend the four-day awards showcase.