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Microsoft Corp’s Windows 11, the latest iteration of its 35-year-old personal computer operating system, boasts loads of new of features meant to position the software giant as the polite child in a classroom full of big bad technology bullies. The update also has at least one change that hearkens back to the days of Microsoft’s own anticompetitive behaviour.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The pandemic has brought about some realisation to Cambodia’s export and investment market despite knocking down two economic sectors – garment manufacturing and tourism.
MAREK Piechocki helped build a billion-dollar fortune, but the Polish tycoon isn’t letting it change his ways.
This PhD student is tracking the annual migration of American robins for her research project. Enthusiastic homeowners in the greater Washington area have let her and a research assistant set up makeshift research stations in their backyards before dawn – and sometimes contributed their own notes and observations.
Pakistan is looking to double its IT industry in two years by setting up dedicated tech zones across the country, after missing out on tech booms that helped nations like India and Philippines become back-end operators for the world.
WASHINGTON/LONDON: Wall Street shares were mixed on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq closing at a record high, while other major U.S. indexes ended lower alongside European stocks as traders eyed the latest statements from Federal Reserve officials.
TOKYO: A panda at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo has given birth to twins, weeks after news of Shin Shin’s pregnancy sent stocks in nearby restaurants soaring.
Monthly mega-sales events are emerging as a key driver for South-East Asia’s online-shopping boom, a study showed, as the region’s retailers are seeking to duplicate the success of China’s Singles Day and North America’s Black Friday.
LONDON: Euro zone business growth accelerated at its fastest pace in 15 years this month as the easing of more lockdown measures and the unleashing of pent-up demand drove a boom in the bloc's dominant services industry, a survey showed.
In South Africa, one of the world's biggest avocado exporters, criminal gangs have stripped entire farms of their harvest, prompting many businesses to hire security guards, with some are even taking up arms.