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Poland 'must pay' for Huawei arrest: China

Poland "must pay" for arresting an employee of Chinese telecom giant Huawei for alleged espionage, state-run tabloid Global Times said on Monday.

Virtual reality makes splash, but not ready for prime time

Virtual reality showed off its spectacular side at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, whisking people onto hockey arenas, baseball fields and even into the internet with animated film trouble-maker "Wreck-it Ralph."

Facial recognition: Coming to a gadget near you

Imagine walking into a store where a robot greets you by name, lets you know that your online order is ready, and then suggests other products you might want pick up.

Older people, conservatives more likely to share fake news: study

Facebook users aged 65 plus and conservatives are more likely to share fake news on the platform than younger or more liberal counterparts, according to a new study published.

Petrol down, diesel up

Prices of RON95 and RON97 will be lower by one sen each at RM1.92 and RM2.22 per liter respectively while diesel will be dearer by 1 sen at RM2.05.

Myanmar Reuters journalists lose appeal against 7-year sentence

A Myanmar judge dismissed an appeal Friday by two Reuters journalists jailed for seven years while investigating atrocities committed against the Rohingya, dashing slim hopes that the pair could be freed early.

Lokman released on bail

Pemantau Malaysia Baharu president Datuk Lokman Noor Adam, who was arrested under the Sedition Act yesterday, was released today on police bail.

Semenyih assemblyman dies of heart attack

Semenyih state assemblyman Bakhtiar Mohd Nor from PPBM died at Kajang Hospital from a heart attack early this morning.

Hong Kong filings show Yingluck has Cambodian passport

Fugitive former Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra used a Cambodian passport to register a company in Hong Kong, records show, lending weight to reports she used the neighbouring kingdom to make her dramatic escape from her homeland.

Australian charged with sending dangerous parcels to diplomatic missions

An Australian man was charged Thursday with sending dozens of packages believed to contain asbestos to embassies and consulates around the country.



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