KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): The FBM KLCI closed up 0.44 point at 1,783.78 on bargain hunting after falling earlier today as investors evaluated China economic data, which missed market forecast.
Analysts said the KLCI closed higher as the impact of the Turkish lira's depreciation on Malaysian markets appeared not to be as bad as news reports suggested.
Despite constant pressure to ban them, it appears Twitter is actively contributing to the cryptocurrency scam epidemic on its platform and encouraging users to follow obvious scambot accounts. The social media giant was caught recommending a suspicious account impersonating Tesla CEO Elon Musk, as spotted by security researcher Troy Mursch. The fake account even bears his name, something that was meant to be stamped out weeks ago. Upon a closer look, Hard Fork was able to confirm the account was spreading links to a fake Ethereum giveaway – a popular new scam tactic. The link was hosted on Medium, but it… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Twitter
After launching for Samsung Galaxy phones with the debut of the Note 9, Epic Games is now bringing its popular last-player-standing shooter Fortnite to other Android devices. The developer is sending invites out to people who signed up on its website. If you’ve already done so, check your inbox for the link to get into […]