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(Reuters) - Two-time Olympic gold medallist Phil Hindes has announced his retirement from the British Cycling team after more than a decade as part of the sprint squad.
(Reuters) -A stunning opening burst from seamer Ruben Trumpelmann and an unbeaten 32 by JJ Smit down the order helped Namibia secure a nervy four-wicket win over Scotland in their Group I encounter in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Intel Corp on Wednesday introduced a new, faster family of processor chips for personal computers and said that the supercomputer it is helping the U.S. government to build will reach double previously expected speeds.
DUBAI (Reuters) - England's red-hot form in the ongoing Twenty20 World Cup is further evidence of how far their white-ball cricket has grown in the recent years, captain Eoin Morgan said after their eight-wicket romp against Bangladesh on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin fell on Wednesday to its lowest level in 1-1/2 weeks, taking losses since hitting a record high last week to around 12% - though the digital currency is still on track for its best month since February.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Visitors to Amsterdam may soon spot a self-driving watercraft the size of a small car cruising silently through its ancient canals, ferrying passengers or transporting goods or trash.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com is expected to emerge as a winner in the digital advertising arena, surviving Apple's privacy changes better than rivals Facebook and Snap.
KUALA LUMPUR: Samchem Holdings Bhd said improved margins and favourable exchange rates boosted its profits in the third quarter despite lower sales due to strict pandemic measures in Malaysia and Vietnam.
MELAKA (Bernama): The registration system for persons with disabilities (OKU) known as MyDaftar OKU was launched on Wednesday (Oct 27) as part of efforts to improve the existing registration system that uses the OKU Information System (Smoku) platform.
While grateful to be safe in Qatar, the musicians' escape from Taliban rule is bittersweet, as the girls leave behind friends from the orchestra and their "old companions" - their instruments.