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AFTER 16 months of betting against the US dollar, currency speculators appear to have thrown in the towel.
(Reuters) - The global chip shortage has grounded major automotive factories to a halt but pushed technology giants to become more flexible by diverting existing supplies to their most profitable products, analysts and executives said.
Two primary school children make a YouTube video to thank frontliners for their hard, ‘sweaty’ work.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yuji Nishida has been the driving force for Japan in men's volleyball at the Olympics but the outside spiker said on Tuesday that he has playing through two injuries to give the hosts a fighting chance.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Dutch BMX racer Niek Kimmann has an anxious wait to see if he will be able to ride in the men’s quarter-finals at the Olympics on Thursday after a bizarre crash involving an official.
(Reuters) - Cat owners who love to take pictures of their furry friends now have a new excuse to pull out their smartphones and take a snapshot: it may actually help the cat.
PETALING JAYA: Whether Soniia Cheah can pull off a shocker in her decisive Group N battle against overwhelming Thai favourite Ratchanok Intanon on Wednesday – she's already a 'winner'.
Telehealth, which went up dramatically in use during the Covid-19 pandemic, has long been envisioned as a way to help patients without forcing them to trek to a clinic. Reaching a doctor by computer or phone can be easier for patients who can’t take time off work, need to juggle child care or have to take a string of buses to get to a medical office.