Airports are using ‘smart glass’ to make you spend more money
DALLAS (April 17): There are many depictions of a future in which we’ve mastered the art of manipulating the opacity of glass. Even in real life, sunglasses can adapt to the intensity of sunlight. So why, one might ask, can’t we have that in our homes, or at work?
KUALA LUMPUR: Economists expect the government to source for money within the country after Putrajaya announced yesterday it is considering new debt issuance as an option to meet its financing needs.
Tapping local funds would fulfil the government’s priority of finding the lowest financing cost, said the economists.
Socio-Economic Research Centre executive director Lee Heng Guie said the government would likely avoid external borrowing and instead opt for measures like issuing Malaysian Government Securities, given that the interest rate for domestic borrowing is lower.
San Francisco-based Scality, which is known for its data management software, today announced its first full release of a subscription cloud management tool. Zenko 1.0 is now generally available for enterprise users and is designed to help them control data as it moves between their private storage and various public clouds. For Scality, which made […]