NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks jumped on Thursday (Apr 26) after blowout earnings from Facebook ignited a rally in shares of large technology companies.
Among major indices, the Nasdaq Composite Index was the leader, piling on 114.94 points (1.64 per cent) to 7,118.68.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Despite delays in fulfilling its promises, economists remain confident with the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration led by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad who aims for a country which is corruption-free and economically vibrant.
What if I told you that, just like modern VR was born from smartphone technology, the next generation of smart homes will share technology with autonomous vehicles? The centerpiece is machine learning-based activity prediction. We’ll get to how that works and what it means, but first, let’s look at what’s wrong with today’s smart homes. Smart homes today consist of smart devices connected to one or more hubs, often with voice interfaces via smart speakers or smartphones. There may be cameras, but they are largely for monitoring and security. Turning on lights with voice feels magical at first, and remotely… This story continues at The Next Web