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Solar storms don’t present any danger to the Earth as a planet, but could well harm humans who are increasingly dependent on technology.
Patients who had robot-assisted bladder cancer surgery recovered faster and were sent home sooner than those who had open surgery, UK experts found.
The aim is to make the peripheral environment inside the car match the general motion of the vehicle, no matter which way you face in the car.
Since the start of the year, at least 149 people have fallen prey to a scam involving spoofed work emails, with losses amounting to at least S$70.8mil (RM225.24mil).
At least 66 people have fallen prey to scammers impersonating staff from ecommerce marketplaces since January this year, losing at least S$466,000 (RM1.48mil) in total.
Spotify says it is finding success in translating its audio content into other languages, betting hard on becoming the Netflix of audio content.
Reporter’s diary: In the seventh straight week of Shanghai’s lockdown, it feels like I’m living in a parallel universe
The start of another week in Shanghai – the seventh straight one under lockdown – and breakfast this morning was shumai, a traditional dim sum snack. These haven’t been available until recently, so it was a nice change from my usual meal of bread and porridge.
Controlling stake in Arm China may shift to little-known entity as chip joint venture’s ownership saga drags on
Arm China, which has just ended a boardroom bust-up by ousting its former chairman, may end up in the hands of an entity that has little or no public profile, adding a layer of mystery to the British chip design firm’s joint venture.