Friday, 25/5/2018 | 4:44 UTC+8
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    Alibaba’s first smart car

    After more than a year of development, Alibaba’s first “internet car,” the Car’OS RX5 sport utility vehicle, is available for pre-order in China. The SUV costs the equivalent of $22,230 (as a base price) and deliveries are expected to roll out in August. Alibaba partnered with China’s largest automaker, the state-owned SAIC Motor Corp., to

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    Chinese Internet Giant Baidu plan to commercialise driverless car on 2021

    China’s internet-search giant Baidu is planning to mass produce driverless electric cars in five years, bringing the fight to Google and Apple . The company, which currently holds 80% of the internet-search market in China, will not manufacture the cars itself. Instead, it will outsource the actual production to an existing Chinese automaker, in the same

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    Convert recycle plastic into fuel

    Irvine, Calif., June 21, 2016 – A new way of recycling millions of tons of plastic garbage into liquid fuel has been devised by researchers from the University of California, Irvine and the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC) in China. “Synthetic plastics are a fundamental part of modern life, but our use of them

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    Latest Xiaomi Redmi 3s With Fingerprint Reader

    Xiaomi is definitely not one to lag behind and since Meizu just updated its competitive offer – the Meizu m3s, it comes as no surprise that an upgraded Xiaomi Redmi 3 was also made official. It bears the Redmi 3s moniker and adds even more value to its affordable asking price. The Xiaomi Redmi 3s

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    North Korean Hacked Into South Korean Computer

    North Korea hacked into more than 140,000 computers at 160 South Korean firms and government agencies, planting malicious code under a long-term plan laying groundwork for a massive cyber attack against its rival, police in the South said on Monday. South Korea has been on heightened alert against cyber attacks by the North after Pyongyang

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    JUNO – Clone Of UBER

    Juno, the “stealth startup” that plans to take on Uber by being nicer to drivers, only opened its beta to the New York public in mid-May, but it’s already blending into the city’s ride-hailing scene. Juno is luring drivers by only taking commissions of 10% (Uber’s take ranges from 20-28%), and riders with 35% discounts.

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    Japanese adult film star Maria Ozawa decided to stay in the Philippines

    IN A DEVELOPMENT that is sure to make her legions of fans happy, adult video icon Maria Ozawa has apparently decided to stay in the Philippines on a more permanent basis. Why? Well, because of business, of course. The Japanese internet sensation—who has since retired from the adult video industry—is now one of eight partners

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