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HONG KONG: As the Hong Kong government posts its first deficit in more than 15 years, all eyes will be on financial secretary Paul Chan’s budget release today and how he’ll tap cash reserves to stimulate an economy under pressure from months of unrest and the coronavirus outbreak.
PETALING JAYA: It was a heated affair on Sunday (Feb 23), where most of the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia leadership council members tried to get Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to renege on his promise to hand over the premiership to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim after the Apec Summit in November.
Netflix Inc on Feb 24 announced plans to launch a new Top 10 feature that will allow users to see the most popular TV series and films in their country.
Hours after Susan Fowler received her company laptop at Uber, a chat message popped up from her boss. He wasn't offering her a friendly welcome to the new engineering team she'd just spent the last couple of weeks training to join, or suggesting the best place to grab a sandwich in the neighbourhood.
Developers of self-driving cars are amping up criticism of a California reporting requirement on test data, saying the data could mislead, as the state prepares to release the latest results for 2019.
RSS feeds originated as a way of getting an overview of new articles and blog posts. They're still around today and can be useful if you want to tailor and streamline your reading content.
As customer fears about the coronavirus cast a shadow over China’s food delivery industry, several companies have announced robot delivery-related services. Meituan put its autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads for the first time this week, while JD.com and Ele.me are sending robots into quarantine areas.
Microsoft has launched Office for Android and iOS mobile that come with some basic subscription-free features.
Avocado toast, sushi, juices – at first glance, Isabelle's Instagram account looks like a food blog. But her profile sets you straight: "Uni student, trying my best to overcome my anorexia."
SINGAPORE: Facebook Inc on Wednesday (Feb 19) said it was "deeply concerned” about how a Singapore government order to disable access to a blog page on its social media website could set a precedent for stifling free speech.