The style transfer craze kicked off by an app called Prisma a couple of years ago led to a tsunami of painterly selfies flooding social feeds for several months, as we reported at the time, before the rapacious, face-snapping hoards shifted their attention toward fresh spectacles. But that’s not the end of the story. The same tech […]
AmBank Research is expecting the yields for Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) and corporate bonds to increase slightly from 2018, projecting the yields for the 10-year MGS at 4.1% with a +/- 1 standard deviation swing in 2019.
Nonetheless, the research house believes the upside in yields will be contained by a low inflation environment, a possible overnight policy rate cut in view of a moderate economic outlook, and an expected limited upside of US Treasury yields as the US Federal Reserve (Fed) rate hike aggressiveness slows to one or two.
Just as triumphant reports come in about Fortnite‘s success, the world’s most popular game is forced to contend with stories about security vulnerabilities that could have exposed its millions of players to hackers. Data analysis firm SuperData today reported that Fortnite earned $2.4 billion in revenue last year, topping the list of games for the year (and probably beating out top earners of years past easily). While both Fortnite and its battle royale mode launched in 2017, it didn’t really take off until 2018, with the help of popular streamers and YouTubers spreading the word. For the uninitiated, the game is free-to-play, but gamers can (and… This story continues at The Next Web