Teo Ser Luck (left) and Tin Pei Ling. The news: Two Singapore politicians announced separately today that they will be joining the tech industry. Minister of State Teo Ser Luck will leave his post to “build, create, invest, or help” startups, both in tech and non-tech. Member of Parliament Tin Pei Ling will stop being a full-time politician to join local tech investment firm Jing King Tech as its group director of corporate strategy. Both will continue to serve as Members of Parliam...
Researchers warn that the TV's lack of authentication means that a hacker could use it to access your Wi-Fi network
After just recently launching its new Tsugi Shinsei silhouette, PUMA is returning to its classic Clyde sneaker for a collaboration with artist Sam Rodriguez. 1800 Tequila provided the inspiration for the color choices on the sneaker -- a light blue upper, suede toe, and silver heel tab reference the brand’s bottle. Due to launch on Cinco de Mayo, the shoe's print merges Mayan and Aztec sculpture found throughout Mexico with Sam's signature graffiti-style art. The collaboration is limited to 1,...
If you were a 90s kid, you probably got to play a lot of fun games. Remember going to the game centre to play these games on SNES or PlayStation? Here are some games you must have loved as a child! 1. Snake Game   2. Bounce Image- Google play   3. Brick game Image: envato.com   4. Minesweeper Image- Encyclopedia   5. Super Mario Image: The Game Wiz   6. Tekken Image- Kotaku   7. Donkey Kong Image- Fanpop   8. Contra    Image- Hollywood adapt   9. ...
We love so much and sometimes, little acts just make us all sorts of emotional and stuff. We’re still hard guys though We came across this tweet that had us screaming goals all over the whole place because it’s so adorable. My father is the definition of Husband Goals
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Arkansas Razorbacks podcast. In this episode, we talked about how Arkansas coach Bret Bielema is vocal in his recruiting strategy and why that’s different from other coaches. SEC Country launched the Borderline Erotic Podcast on Aug. 29, 2016. It is named after the colorful way Bielema described how he felt after beating Texas in the 2014 Texas Bowl. Here is a quick rundown of some of the topics we discussed in the 157th episode of t...
Whenever Will Muschamp lands a commitment, the South Carolina coach drops a #SpursUp on Twitter. Come to SEC Country for the latest news, notes and observations in South Carolina recruiting. Miss a previous edition? Find every episode of SEC Country’s daily SpursUp Surveillance recruiting notebook right here. SHELBY, N.C. — Four-star inside linebacker Dax Hollifield has been a busy man, visiting Florida, Florida State, LSU and Virginia Tech within the last few weeks. On Saturday, he’s ...
Jeremy Sprinkle is among the Arkansas Razorbacks’ best prospects for the 2017 NFL Draft. A tight end, Sprinkle played four seasons at Arkansas, catching 71 career passes for 921 yards and 11 touchdowns. The 2017 NFL Draft begins Thursday with the first round in Philadelphia. The second and third rounds are Friday, with the remaining four rounds taking place on Saturday. Here are five quick things to know about Sprinkle. 1. Jeremy Sprinkle’s college career ended as badly as it could have ...
Blake Lively … Trump has a Coca-Cola button on his desk … the real origin of Silicon Valley’s Papa Roach joke … 3/4ths of The Wonders reunited to play “That Thing You Do!” … Canadian woman climbs crane … pure gold Darth Vader mask can be yours for $1.4 million … Piers Morgan took a shot at Kim Kardashian … man charged with murder of wife based on social media and her fitness tracker … ‘Silence of the Lambs’ director ...
Zeta Global, a company that specializes in marketing automation software, now has $140 million in new funding, including $25 million in debt financing, with which it plans to fund expansion. The company, co-founded by former Apple CEO and Pepsi-Cola president John Sculley and entrepreneur David Steinberg, was partially built on the acquisition of nine companies, and it’s “highly probable we’ll buy a tenth,” Steinberg told Fortune. Marketing executives--and increasingly pe...
United CEO Oscar Munoz called the incident in which a passenger was forcibly removed from a flight “a system failure” and vowed to implement policies that would “put the customer at the center of everything we do.” “It was a system failure across the board,” Munoz said in an interview NBC News on Thursday. “A circumstance like we’ve all witnessed should have never happened, never happened.” United Airlines released a report Thursday detailing...
When the Justice Department announced the arrest last month of a man who allegedly swindled more than $100 million from two U.S. tech giants, the news came wrapped in a mystery. The agency didn't say who was robbed, and nor did it identify the Asian supplier the crook impersonated to pull off the scheme. The mystery is now unraveled. A Fortune investigation, which involved interviews with sources close to law enforcement and other figures, has unearthed the identities of the three unnamed compan...
What would happen if Google merged with Facebook to create an all-knowing social network? The result might look a lot like The Circle, a company that can invade every last corner of our private lives. In the movie The Circle, which comes out Friday, Emma Watson and Tom Hanks show us what such a tech hell would feel like--where “privacy is theft” and "secrets are lies," and where a corporation like Facebook or Google could force governments to bow entirely to their will. Based on the ...
Google’s internet servers are officially live in Cuba, making it the first foreign search engine to go live in the island nation. The tech-giant officially launched its Google Global Cache service on Wednesday, making it easier for Cubans to access sites, Buzzfeed News reports. For decades, Cuba was cut off from the U.S. and its companies--until former President Obama reopened America’s diplomatic relations in July 2015. Shortly after relations were re-opened, many U.S.-based firms, ...
Do tax cuts pay for themselves? I've spent countless hours of a long career reporting on that question--tracking the story back to its origins on Arthur Laffer's napkin in a Washington hotel in 1974; spending hours interviewing the colorful collection of characters who first peddled the idea, including the late Jude Wanniski, the late Robert Bartley, and the indefatigable Jack Kemp; following the conversion of Alan Greenspan, the apostasy of David Stockman, and the embrace by George W. Bush in r...
American Airlines is planning to give pilots and flight attendants raises to close industry pay gaps. Pilots will receive an 8% increase, while flight attendants will get a 5% raise. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said this would make their salaries more comparable to those at competitors. “As our industry has rapidly evolved and pay increases at other airlines have accelerated, some of our colleagues have fallen behind their peers at other airlines in base pay rates,” Parkers sai...
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As Argentine President Mauricio Macri visits the White House, the Donald Trump Administration has the opportunity to revitalize our economic and security partnership with Argentina and reenergize America’s leadership in the Western Hemisphere Argentina is the third largest country in South America and has the second highest per capita income. After decades of high unemployment and runaway inflation under socialist Peronist rule and the heavy hand of the state, in November 2015 the Argent...
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah). (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) Politicians, pundits, and scholars alike routinely call Congress the “broken branch.” Most often, they note its abysmally low level of legislative productivity recently, a trend that even the return of unified Republican control of government has failed to reverse. But Congress’s feeble efforts to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 election may be an even more startling and serious institutional failure. The House inqui...