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Android cheerleaders from Japan dance their way into Tech Dome visitors’ hearts

BALANCING and spinning around on balls, the 10-member android troupe of performers with colour-changing pom-poms melted the hearts of many visitors to the Tech Dome Penang at Komtar, Penang.


KB school bags Game4Life award

KOTA BARU: SMK Datuk Ahmad Maher clinched the top spot for the Outstanding Awards in the Game4Life contest organised by the Star Media Group’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE).


Oppo F1s: Souped up for selfies

Unlike most smartphones, Oppo’s latest device has a better front camera than the back.


No Man's Sky: The most beautiful side mission

An inviting universe to explore and exploit, but not much story or gameplay backs up the unparalleled scope of the world.


Investing in ETFs in Malaysia

EXCHANGE Traded Funds (ETFs) are investment funds which simply copy an index of equities, bonds or commodities.


When staring could land you in jail

THE ever outlandishly-garbed excise commissioner in the Indian state of Kerala, Rishiraj Singh, made more eyes pop recently when he declared that any man found staring at a woman for more than 14 seconds could be put in jail.


Heroes in our time of need

In a medical emergency, it is the quick action and competence of the paramedics that we count on.


Penang-born scientist receives RM1.09mil for work on white blood cells

PETALING JAYA: As a child, UK-based Professor Dr Muzlifah Haniffa was fascinated by the immensity of space and dreamed of becoming an astronomer.

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Duterte puts his foot in his mouth

IT is the linguistic quirk of a self-styled tough guy with a bleeding heart for the poor.


Make it a must to pass SPM English

From THOMAS KOK, Ipoh, Perak