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AMD Has Three New HEDT Chipsets In The Pipeline; All Derived From Rome Multi-Core Module
It’s no secret AMD has been keeping any and all information about its 3rd generation Ryzen Threadripper launch close to the chest, even going so far as to remove any mention of it from its 2019 road...
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What makes a national car company? These are the six criteria required by the gov’t, says MARii’s Madani
The big news from last week was the naming of the anchor company for the new national car project by the government.
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Authorities ramp up search for two missing Singaporean kayakers
The Malaysian authorities further widened the search area yesterday, hoping to locate two Singaporean kayakers who have been missing since last Thursday evening, while relatives of the pair arrived in...
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Hate agenda’s new lease on life
A NUMBER of commentators have linked the killing of 20 people at a Walmart store in El Paso in the United States of America last Saturday to the rising tide of White Supremacism. White Supremacism is a belief that whites are superior to others and therefore have a right to dominate them. There were elements of such thinking in a “manifesto” posted online allegedly written by the suspected killer, a 21 year old white from a Dallas suburb. The suspect had justified his massacre as a response “to the Hispanic invasion of Texas” and had made references to the Christchurch shootings in March where a white gunman killed 51 mosque worshippers.
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Search widened for two missing S'porean kayakers
As strong winds and choppy waters buffeted their kayak near Mersing, Johor, two Singaporeans found themselves drifting further away from a group of 13 other Singaporeans taking advantage of the long w...
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Every Samsung Galaxy Note, ranked
There are few smartphone series that have made more of an impact on our world than the Samsung Galaxy Note.
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Act in 'G-rated' videos, Kadir advises ministers with 'uncontrollable urges'
Veteran newsman A Kadir Jasin has reminded ministers not to rest on their laurels following Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's statement that there would not be a cabinet reshuffle and that he is co...
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SIngapore companies more cautious in hiring as Q2 job growth slows, report shows
SINGAPORE, July 27 — Employers are exercising greater caution when hiring even if they have unfilled vacancies, said the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) yesterday as its latest quarterly labour report s...
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Most Pasir Gudang chemical plants have violated law: Official
JOHOR BARU • Most chemical factories in Pasir Gudang have committed offences under the Environment Quality Act, according to State Health, Culture and Heritage Committee chairman Mohd Khuzzan Abu Ba...
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LOTS of complaints to the Strata Management Tribunal. Nearly doubled.
I prefer to see things from a positive perspective.
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Malay political anxiety
WHEN Malaysians fight about race, what are we really fighting about?
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Uncertainty will cause even more waiting.
One major reason why people wait before they buy is because they feel uncertain about their future.
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What's brewing: Malaysia bubble tea chain plans $98.5m IPO next year
KUALA LUMPUR • Loob Holding, which owns the Tealive bubble tea brand, is planning a Malaysian initial public offering (IPO) that could raise as much as RM300 million (S$98.5 million), according to p...
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Zaharudin lists five members of PAS' 'dedak cartel'
PAS member Zaharudin Muhammad has listed five individuals whom he claimed to be part of a "dedak cartel" in the party.
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Three Filipino men jailed, fined for possessing protected turtle parts
TAWAU: Three Filipino men were sentenced to two years’ jail and fined RM60,000 each by the Sessions Court here today after pleading guilty to possessing protected turtle parts in the waters of Pulau...
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Semenyih by-election: EC sends out voters' cards
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 13): The Election Commission (EC) has made an initiative to send out the voter's card to 54,471 registered voters in the Semenyih State Constituency who will cast their ballots in th...
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EC to send out voters’ cards for Semenyih by-election, says Azhar
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 13 — The Election Commission (EC) has made an initiative to send out the voter’s card to 54,471 registered voters in the Semenyih State Constituency who will cast their ballots i...
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Stocks in focus
A NUMBER of public-listed companies are said to be linked to the proposed new immigration system.
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SC urges investors of 2 illegal schemes to file claims for restitution by Feb 6
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 7): The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) has urged members of the public who have invested in two illegal futures and equity trading schemes to file their claims for restitution b...
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SC urges investors in illegal schemes to file claims by Feb 6
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission (SC) is urging those who had invested in two illegal futures and equity trading schemes to file their claims for restitution by Feb 6, 2019.
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