Singapore to step up development assistance for other countries in maritime sector
SINGAPORE: Singapore will step up development assistance for other countries in the maritime sector, with the launch of an enhanced five-year technical cooperation and training package for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and its member states.
Launched by Transport Minister Khaw ...
God of War has had a better debut than any other PlayStation exclusive ever, according to The NPD Group. Not only was it the best-selling game in the U.S. in April, but it’s performance in its first month also outpaces all other PlayStation exclusives. That’s not just PlayStation 4 — it’s for any PlayStation since […]
Deep-pocketed Korean conglomerate Samsung today announced it will open a massive AI research center, based in leafy (and deeply tech-centric) Cambridge. The Samsung AI Center, Cambridge (SAIC-Cambridge) will be lead by Professor Andrew Blake, who is one of Britain’s leading academics in the AI space. Blake previously headed up Microsoft Research’s Cambridge laboratory, and is a former director of the Alan Turing Institute. His research focus primarily centers on computer vision, which aligns with Samsung’s goals for SAIC-Cambridge. The new facility is the fifth owned by Samsung outside of Korea and the US, and is a major coup for the… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Samsung
KUALA LUMPUR (May 22): Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) expects its temporary move to absorb the 6% goods and services tax (GST) to have an impact on the car maker's bottom line.
"Our bottom line will be affected, but that is okay. We respect the wish of the government of the day (to remove the GST). Perodua will continue to align itself with its stated objective of producing affordable cars that are equipped with high technology," its president and chief executive officer Datuk Dr Aminar Rashid Salleh told reporters at the company's Iftar Ramadan this evening.