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MaGIC Alumni Collaborates To Ease Driver's Issues

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) startup alumni, Serv and JomParking, have announced a smart partnership with Bateriku.com, to provide convenience to drivers in terms of parking payment, battery replacement and car servicing. 

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Three-Quarters Facebook Users As Active Or More Since Privacy Scandal: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

Pic: ReutersNEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO: Most of Facebook’s U.S. users have remained loyal to the social network despite revelations that a political consultancy collected information about millions of accounts without owners’ permission, a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Sunday showed.

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UK Watchdog Orders Cambridge Analytica To Hand Over American's Personal Data

Britain’s data privacy watchdog has ordered Cambridge Analytica to hand over all the personal information it holds on a U.S. academic, confirming the right of people abroad to seek data held by a UK firm.

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Jack Ma's Ant Financial Adds Two New Money Market Funds To Its Platform

BEIJING - Chinese billionaire Jack Ma’s financial technology unicorn Ant Financial Services Group [ANTFIN.UL] is adding two new money market funds to its online wealth management platform Yu’e Bao, which is already the world’s biggest money market fund.

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Indonesia Looks To Blockchain To Fix Its Dodgy Data Challenges

Pic: ReutersJAKARTA: Indonesia, like other emerging markets, has historically struggled to keep accurate records due to a lack of expertise and resources, but the public and private sectors are now looking at blockchain technology to overcome some of these challenges.

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Gmail’s New Avatar And What It Means For You

Are you a Gmail user? A fan of Google products and services? Chances are you’ve been pretty cross at the way Google was treating Gmail of late. For long, the marquee email service didn’t receive any significant update, even when its less popular rivals had gone revamped their services in sync with the changing times. Granted, the so-called Gmail Lab offered a bevy of tweaks and tools for the savvy user, but most of them stayed just there, even when the likes of YahooMail, Microsoft’s Live, Outlook services and outliers like Proton Mail changed looks and features, introducing several useful tools and enhanced security capabilities.

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Born In A Dishwasher Drawer, An Italian Spin On Currency Mining

Pic: ReutersFLORENCE, ITALY: Two Italian entrepreneurs are raising up to 20 million euros ($25 million) as they try to carve out a new niche in crypto-currency mining - a dream that began in a dishwasher drawer.

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Germany Demands More Privacy Safeguards From Facebook: Report

Pic: ReutersBERLIN: Germany’s justice minister has asked Facebook Chief Executive in a letter to be transparent with users by giving them more control, saying allegations of the improper use of data for millions of people is unacceptable, a German media group reported on Thursday.

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Cambridge Analytica: Will Data Scandal Firm Return From The Dead?

Pic: Reuters (Cambridge Analytica's Washington office has been left unmanned)Are Cambridge Analytica and its parent SCL Elections as dead as they seem?

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Machines Will Never Replace Humans, Alibaba’s Jack Ma Tells Students

Creativity will always give humans an edge over machines, Alibaba founder Jack Ma told students at Tel Aviv University in Israel.

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