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Finance transfers have to be safe, right? For Covid-19-free travel, using aspects of that system could be the answer.
THE recently announced reciprocal green lane agreement between Singapore and Malaysia is a small but significant step forward, not just bilaterally but also in the broader context of how countries in South-east Asia can safely reopen their borders amid an ongoing pandemic.
Three major automakers said on April 3 they were forming a consortium to help draw up safety standards for self-driving cars that could eventually help create regulations in the United States.
Crafted from ultra-durable yet lightweight material, the Tumi Latitude luggage is said to provide a unique blend of performance and style for intrepid travellers.
Some information security companies that were shut out of the leading system for sharing data on malicious software are revealing more about how their own systems work in hopes of rejoining the cooperative effort.
KUALA LUMPUR: IKEA has urged customers, who have a HYBY, LOCK or RINNA ceiling lamp, to immediately remove it and bring it back to any of its store for a full refund.
China's parliament has published a draft cybersecurity law that consolidates Beijing's control over data, with potentially significant consequences for Internet service providers and multinational firms doing business in the country.
About 20% of the requests did not result in data being handed over, the bulk of the rejections being due to "no information found" rather than Microsoft resisting the demands of the police.