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Philippine allows 'photobomber' building to go up

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

MANILA: A high-rise condominium dubbed “the national photobomber” will continue to loom over a historic Philippine monument after the Supreme Court struck down a bid by conservationists to have it torn down. 273 more words

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New app allows renting hotel rooms by the minute

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

NEW YORK (BLOOMBERG) – Renting a luxury hotel room for just enough time to do what you need to do and get on with your business-that’s a treat that’s only just now available, thanks to a new app called Recharge. 593 more words

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NEW APP ALLOWS PEOPLE WORLDWIDE TO “STAND STILL” IN MEMORY OF HOLOCAUST VICTIMS (LOL.....)

A new application, Standing Still, allows Diaspora Jews and Israel supporters to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day by listening to the siren sound in Israel in real time anywhere in the world. 587 more words

Daily News

Sony throws down the gauntlet with its latest A9 camera

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Sony throws down the gauntlet with its latest A9 camera

Sony has just announced their latest camera, the A9 (ILCE-9), and it looks like real challenger to the likes of Nikon and Canon. 505 more words

Technology

Muslim baroness decries ‘loophole’ that allows UK Jews to join IDF

LONDON — A once-prominent British politician has come under fire by Jewish and Conservative leaders for likening British citizens in the Israel Defense Forces to Muslims who join paramilitary and terrorist groups. 761 more words

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Elon Musk is setting up a company that will link brains and computers

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Billionaire futurist space explorer Elon Musk has a new project: a “medical research company” called Neuralink that will make brain-computer interfaces. Musk’s projects are frequently inspired by science fiction, and this one is a direct reference to a device called a “neural lace,” invented by the late British novelist Iain M. 451 more words

Technology

New Singtel service allows Indonesians to remit money to those without bank accounts

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Indonesians working in Singapore will now be able to remit money to family members who currently do not have bank accounts, with the launch of a new service by Singtel. 264 more words

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