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Forget the trade war. China wants to win the computing arms race

As the US and China threaten to impose tariffs on goods from aluminium to wine, the two nations are waging a separate economic battle that could determine who owns the next wave of computing.

Topless protester confronts Cosby at sex assault retrial

NORRISTOWN: A former Cosby Show actress stripped off her top and confronted comedian Bill Cosby as he returned to a Pennsylvania court on Monday (April 9) for the start of his retrial on sexual assault charges, and she was quickly wrestled to the ground by police.

Counting on Kampar’s beauty

THE parliamentary constituency of Kampar in Perak has been keenly contested by MCA and DAP over much of its history.

In the child’s best interest

A CHILD under the Child Act 2001 means a person below the age of 18. This definition is in line with the United Nations Convention on the Right of the Child.

Encouraging undergrads to take on charity work

VOLUNTEERING may seem like an easy task but gathering a group together for a charity project can be challenging.

Growing a greener landscape

THERE were big smiles all around as nature lovers planted 2,000 saplings at Taman Rekreasi Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh in Section U20, Shah Alam, in conjunction with the “Shah Alam Trees For Life 2018” programme.

Wangsa Maju BN confident of getting 70% grassroots support

BARISAN Nasional has a high chance of wresting the Wangsa Maju parliamentary seat from PKR based on survey of voters’ sentiment conducted in the area, said Wangsa Maju Umno chief Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Shafei Abdullah.

Cities running on car batteries? Just so crazy it might work

TOKYO: When Damien Maguire moved to the countryside outside Dublin, he struggled to keep the lights on at home because of the town’s constant power outages. He found a solution inside his electric cars: their batteries.

Plenty of lessons for Peaty at Commonwealth Games

GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - Adam Peaty came to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and mostly achieved what he wanted to in his individual events in the pool.

Exclusive - As elections near, many older, educated, white voters shift away from Trump's party

(Reuters) - Older, white, educated voters helped Donald Trump win the White House in 2016. Now, they are trending towards Democrats in such numbers that their ballots could tip the scales in tight congressional races from New Jersey to California, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll and a data analysis of competitive districts shows.